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Online Autism Research Destination for  Parents, Individuals with Autism, Scientists and Teachers

We are pleased to announce the re-launch of our website as an enhanced, interactive resource for parents, individuals with autism, teachers, scientists and other autism stakeholders.

The website is the central distribution point for the latest in autism science and research. The site features:

Over the next few weeks, ASF’s team will be adding more features to the site including autism research sorted by topic area and a section about autism research studies seeking participants.

“It’s crucial that families, educators and scientists have access to up-to-date information that they know has been peer-reviewed or vetted by ASF’s Scientific Advisory Board,” said ASF co-founder Karen London. “Since ASF’s inception in 2009, we have aimed to be a central and trusted source of rigorous science information for the autism community.”

“We are pleased to be able to offer the autism community a broad and deep source of evidence-based information that integrates more interactive features and that reorganizes information to make it more useful and easier to find, in response to community feedback,” said Jonathan Carter,  ASF’s operations manager. “The site offers ways for everyone who has a connection to autism to get involved in this important issue.”

We hope you enjoy our new online home as much as we do! Got ideas or feedback about the site? Leave a comment or email us at contactus@autismsciencefoundation.org.

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