Monthly News | May 2019
Dear Reader,
It's been an exciting time for all of us at ARI with the celebration of our 25th annual think tank and the release of our new website at Moving forward with an eye toward empowering individuals, parents, and professionals with tools and information they need is what we do at ARI and I hope you'll check out opportunities to participate in research, register for upcoming webinars, utilize our online tools, and watch free recordings of past talks.
Stephen M. Edelson, Ph.D.
Executive Director
Our New Website Is Here!
We are pleased to announce that your favorite resources have a brand new look
Free Upcoming Webinars
Q & A: Ask the Psychologist

 Jana Rundle, Psy.D.
The Johnson Center for Child Health and Development
Presented in Partnership with JCCHD
1 p.m. Eastern (US), May 30th

Research Update: Studies Investigate Nutritional Support for ASD

 Kelly Barnhill , MBA, CN, CCN
The Johnson Center
Sponsored in part by Local 25 Boston Teamsters
1 p.m. Eastern (US), June 5
Apply for a 2019 ARI Research Grant
ARI conducts, sponsors and supports research on the underlying causes of and treatments for autism. Our grant application is available online and we are currently accepting applications from qualified research professionals. Deadline for submissions: July 1, 2019.
ATEC Users: Update your Bookmark
All ARI content, including the ATEC survey has been moved to our new site, If your website contains a link to the ATEC, please update it: Autism Treatment Effectiveness Survey (ATEC)
All ARI Content, All in One Place
On our new website, we've merged the content with the archives from Stream previous webinars and learn about upcoming events. Always free and available 24/7.
Lasting Benefits Seen From Horseback Riding Therapy
A follow-up study on the effects of therapeutic horseback riding suggests that it has significant long-term benefits for children with autism spectrum disorders.
ARI's 25th Annual Think Tank
This past month, ARI held its 25th annual think tank in Dallas. The researchers and clinicians spent several days discussing the latest in treatments and research. April marks 25 years of discussion and debate with a commitment to following the science wherever it leads.
Participate in Research
We are committed to connecting research study teams to members of the community. You or a loved one may be eligible to participate. 
CME Webcasts: Anxiety, Immunological Issues - New Talks Set for 2019
The health of children and adults with autism can be improved by clinicians knowledgeable about the medical etiologies associated with this complex disorder.
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