Marking its 20th year, DOORS Golf Challenge raises half a million dollars.
Jaxcy Odom plans to bring expertise on autism back to her tribe where the disorder is still in the shadows.
The funding will increase the number of health care providers in New Jersey needed to provide early intervention.
Rutgers alumni looking for an answer for their son launch an adult day program they hope to expand throughout the state.
A new Rutgers study calls for an integrated approach to removing mobility barriers to independence.
Rutgers Center for Adult Autism Services’ vocational and residential programs aim to integrate adults with ASD into university community.
A New Brunswick music school helps special needs students achieve more than learning an instrument – it opens a world of opportunity.
Rutgers researchers are helping ensure that adults on the autism spectrum can access and safely use public transportation services.
Once teased and bullied, a Rutgers postdoc now devotes his scientific career to finding out how brain circuits affect behavior.
A new book by a pediatric neurologist and geneticist uses plain language to help parents of children on the autism spectrum maximize their office visits.
Rutgers instructor Karen Kowalski teaches piano as a form of therapy for children with special needs. Watch our video and meet two children who have made great strides at the keyboard and beyond.
The institute's new leader is considered one of the world’s top neuroscientists.
Graduating seniors Max Skula and Merlin Moore say the help they received from the autism support program is a big reason for their success at Rutgers.
Mom2Mom provides a peer-support lifeline to New Jersey parents of children with special needs.
Scientists also find evidence of a genetic connection in areas of social skills and repetitive behaviors.
Sensory and motion studies could change the way autism is diagnosed and treated.