Don’t look now, but Amy Schumer is treating a marginalized group with total respect.
Meet Shifra Klein, a Lubavitch mom of four whose company makes O.U.-certified edibles for medicinal purposes.
“It was beautiful to see. It was incredible, the transformation. Whatever had been bothering him wasn’t bothering him, he was in a better place.”
Adam’s film and essay help us reconsider how autistic experience can enable us to attune to, and support difference and diversity in society.
Autism rates in Israel have tripled, but the Welfare Ministry explains the increase as a result of better tracking of symptoms.
The first-ever study looking at the effect of marijuana on autism is taking place in Israel.
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Ron Suskind seemed to have a dream life until his son was diagnosed with regressive autism. His family’s journey is chronicled in “Life Animated,” a new book and documentary film.
Israel’s military is harnessing the special skills of some soldiers with autism for key defense roles.
American writer Steve Silberman’s book “Neurotribes,” about the history of autism and how people and society deal with it, was named the winner on Monday of the 2015 Samuel Johnson Prize for Non-Fiction.
Judy Brown used to call her brother ‘crazy as a bat.’ Turns out he was just autistic — and in a new memoir, the ex-Hasidic author recounts learning to love him.