Quiet. Sing-song-y. Robotic. Too fast. Too slow. Despite the contradictions among some of these terms, researchers and clinicians have noticed that these various atypical qualities of spoken language are more common than average among individuals on the autism spectrum. Explanations and practical uses for that observation are harder to come by. But it is clear that there is enormous potential to learn in the area of overlap between autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and speech-language variation.
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Dr. Wade’s research seeks to build on the original Adverse Childhood Experiences Study study by adding youth voices.
Experts at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia launched a new Spanish website, AfterTheInjury.org/es, to help Spanish-speaking parents help their children recover after an injury.