Imagine a world in which we knew more about how autism works. Imagine a world in which families, parents, and professionals were empowered us to support individuals on the spectrum to live into their full potential. That would be amazing, wouldn’t it? You can help make a difference in getting us closer to that world
Thank you to everyone who came to our Halloween Hangout last week; we welcomed 30 (!) teens and young adults for the free event at MUSC. As you can see from the pictures below, our participants rocked some fantastic costumes and a great time was had by all.
Want to contribute to national autism research and receive a $50 gift card for your participation? Here’s your chance! Join us for the SPARK for Autism Collection Event in partnership with Synergy Supportive Services, LLC on Saturday, September 30th at MUSC After Hours Care in North Charleston. For details, watch Dr. Gwynette’s personalized SPARK for
You’re invited to the SPARK for Autism Collection Event in partnership with Synergy Supportive Services on Saturday, September 30th at MUSC After Hours Care in North Charleston!
Save the date for the first annual SC Autism and Neurodevelopmental Disorders (SCAND) Research Symposium! It’s happening Monday, October 9, 2017 at the USC Alumni Center in Columbia, SC from 8:30am – 5:00pm.
*Note: the Impact Survey is now closed. Thanks to everyone who participated! Members of the Autism Community, Kim Hollingsworth Taylor (an autism parent and the Clearly Present Founder and CEO) invites you to complete a quick, 10 minute ASD Impact Survey to help researchers by Wednesday, June 28.
You’re invited to join SPARK, a free genetics study with a simple mission: to speed up research and advance understanding of autism. A SPARK event is happening at Carolina Speech and Language Center this weekend; see you there! Where: Carolina Speech and Language Center, 221 Stallsville Loop, Summerville, SC Date: Saturday, June 24th, 2017 Time:
Are you an adult with autism and depression? If so, you can receive powerful, state-of-the-art treatment that may help alleviate your symptoms. We are currently recruiting adults ages 18-65 who have a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder as well as Depression for a research study at MUSC. The purpose of this study is to investigate
Be part of the nation’s largest study on brain development and child health! The Adolescent Brain Cognitive Development (ABCD) Study is following 11,500 kids across the US for 10 years, and MUSC is participating with Dr. Kevin Gray and Dr. Lindsay Squeglia serving as MUSC Principal Investigators.
We still have room for a few more teenagers with autism ages 12-17 in our new LENS “Learning Enhancement through Neurostimulation” study! This study will examine whether brain stimulation paired with social skills learning can help teenagers with autism learn how to make and keep friends. (Brain stimulation can enhance learning in some people.) This study