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January 2021 OARacle: Happy New Year!
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Perspective
How Could I Do Anything Else?

By serving the autism community, Amy Gravino has found her place in the world and her life’s work.

How To
Establish and Maintain a New Year’s Resolution

If making New Year’s resolutions sounds overwhelming, here’s how to create resolutions that work for you.


 
Research 

Can Telehealth Bring Intervention Training to Rural Areas?

Two OAR-funded researchers will test the feasibility of adapting a parent-training program for delivery via telehealth.

Resource Spotlight

Kit for Kids Workbooks Offer Fun Ways to Promote Inclusion

OAR’s Kit for Kids activity workbooks are now available as paperbacks and still chock full of fun activities.


 
OAR News
Get Active for Autism and Raise Money for OAR

It’s easy, convenient, and changes lives. Join OAR for our third annual Active for Autism 5K & Kids Dash

Announcing OAR’s First Children’s Art Contest

Tell your kids to get out their art supplies and bring on their creativity for OAR’s inaugural art contest!

Don’t Miss Out on This Autism Education Grant Opportunity

If you have a project that promotes autism awareness and acceptance, apply by January 22 to be considered for an OAR grant.

Research Competitions Open for Applications

Researchers can now apply for the Graduate Research Grant Program and Applied Research Competition.

Community News
Hearing Test May Hold Potential to Diagnose Autism at Birth

Administered to newborns around the world, the test may indicate autism, according to a recent study. 
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