I-Team: 8-Year-Old's Hospital Stay Highlights State's Challenges In Autism Care Vulnerable children in Massachusetts wind up being “medically boarded” simply because there is not a bed available to meet their psychiatric or behavioral needs.
In Their Shoes: The 'Tsunami' Of Young Adults Aging Out Of Autism ServicesIn the next decade, a half million young adults with autism will need a place to live, and a job. It’s bringing a wave of anxiety to those who care for them.
Study: MMR Vaccine Does Not Trigger AutismNew information that some doctors say could end concerns about the link between vaccines and autism.
NightSide - April Is Autism Awareness Month
Autism-Friendly Performance Of Cinderella Coming To Boston Opera HouseThis October's performance was inspired by the success of last year's autism-friendly Lion King play.
Measles Outbreak: To Vaccinate Or Not VaccinateWith the potential to affect thousands, the recent outbreak of measles in the U.S. has placed a spotlight on a debate that’s raged for years.
Malden Police Officer's Small Gesture Makes Big Difference For Young BoyIt only took 15 minutes, but a small gesture from a Malden police officer was an unexpected Christmas gift for a little boy with autism who was having a very bad day.
Local Entrepreneur-Scientist Develops Google Glass Program For Kids With AutismCambridge-based entrepreneur-scientist Ned Sahin and his team have been developing programs for Google Glass that build skills of kids with autism.
Broadway In Boston To Put On Autism-Friendly Performance Of ‘The Lion King’The autism-friendly performance of “The Lion King” is for people on the autism spectrum who often can't handle the high sensory output of a show.
'Judgment Free' Lion King Performance Planned For Autistic AudienceA special performance of The Lion King is aimed to create a "judgment free" environment for people with autism.
Driver, Monitor Fired After Leaving Methuen Boy With Autism On School BusA 3-year-old boy with autism was left on a school bus after camp.
Mother Claims Autistic Son Beaten In Salem Group HomeTeresa Carrington of Lynn claims her 37-year-old son with autism was severely beaten back in March by a worker at the home, which is run by the May Institute.