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Join us at this year's Lifesavers Conference, which features a workshop on mobility for all and Rachel K. Myers, PhD's research on supporting autistic adolescents and their families around driving.
With a new year almost upon us, here is a look back on Research in Action's most popular 2019 blog posts.
Learn about new CHOP research published in the journal Autism in Adulthood that shares the perspectives of specialized driving instructors with experience teaching autistic adolescents to drive.
Teen driving safety researchers from CHOP were invited to the Huddle Up with Eagles Autism Challenge at Philadelphia’s Lincoln Financial Field as part of the transition to adulthood experience.
Learn about a new five-year study, conducted by CHOP researchers and funded by The Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, to gain a more comprehensive understanding of mobility issues for adolescents on the autism spectrum.
For individuals with autism spectrum disorders, differences in communication may make interacting with strangers a challenging experience. When the stranger is a police officer, the encounter can quickly become dangerous for everyone involved. Read more to learn about a CHOP study testing the effectiveness of a virtual reality tool to improve the safety of interactions between police and adolescents and adults with autism spectrum disorders.
As 2017 draws to a close, let's take a look back at Research in Action's most popular posts in the last year.
Read about new research led by Allison E. Curry, PhD regarding teens with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) getting licensed.