As kindergarten students of 2013 complete their first school year, a new crop of children are getting ready for their turn at this pivotal milestone.
The national disability insurance scheme will cover ''most'' people with autism and could pay the full cost of early intervention programs, Disability Reform Minister Jenny Macklin has declared in the latest clue as to what the $22 billion-a-year scheme will cover.
Children with autism
Australian families are reluctant to medicate children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, a 20-year study has found.
A new website will give teachers information and guidance to understand, help and deal with students on the autism spectrum.
Olivia Careless was two years old when she was diagnosed with Leukaemia in 2009 but the young girl was determined to keep her promise: to learn to dance.
Patricia Tan is disarmingly honest about the fraught relationship she has with her disabled brother.
Autism Spectrum Australia wants to change the way we talk about autism.
As other students settle down to read, to learn, and to memorise, students with learning difficulties are often struggling with internal questions and doubts.
Rosie Davies of Walsall in the West Midlands was born with Spinal Segmental Dysgenesis, which meant she was born with her legs almost crossed.
For a long time many of us wanted an imaginary friend, and now we have one. Only she's not entirely imaginary.
A chemical found in broccoli, cauliflower and cabbage may improve some symptoms of autism, a new study has found.
Apart from using some audio cues, 11-year-old Adrianna is the same as any other child on the gymnastic floor.
Dylan Byers has spent much of his short life screaming in rage at his family, to the point his mother fears for her daughter's safety.