All children with autism spectrum disorder are different. A change in diet may help your child, but you’ll have to figure it out yourself. Here's what you can do.
Homeopathy is sometimes promoted as a safe, natural treatment for autism. But multiple studies debunking homeopathic treatments for autism show it doesn’t work.
Pediatricians often tell parents that they shouldn’t worry about autism. Here's what to do when your child doesn't receive an autism diagnosis but should.
Research shows that reading therapy (bibliotherapy) can help improve some autism symptoms. The studies have also revealed the therapy can benefit brain connections.
Children on the autism spectrum are often described as lacking empathy. If that’s true, how can they understand how others are feeling? The answer isn’t simple.
Make working out a daily routine if your child is on the autism spectrum. Research shows exercise may be great social skills training for children with autism.
Hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) is a proven treatment for some conditions related to a lack of oxygen in the blood. But there’s no evidence it helps autism.
If your child has sensory processing disorder, the tag on his shirt feels like a crawling spider. Here's what to do when your child has trouble with sensory input.
Researchers are studying how transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) affects the brain. But it’s not yet approved as a safe, effective therapy for autism.