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This podcast discusses autism spectrum disorder (ASD), a developmental disability that causes problems with social, communication, and behavioral skills. CDC estimates that one in 68 children has been identified as having ASD. Created: 4/2/2014

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Up close and personal with Actor Ed Asner and his son Matt Asner

Hollywood Actor Ed Asner and his son Matt Asner deliver a candid and heartfelt interview about being fathers of sons who have autism. Watch video

Keynote Speech by Actor Ed Asner and his son Matt Asner

CDC’s 2016 Autism Awareness Month Event
Hollywood Actor Ed Asner and his son Matt Asner deliver a heartfelt and inspirational message about the challenges, as well as the wondrous aspects of raising children who have autism. Watch video

The Father’s Perspective: A Panel Discussion

CDC’s 2016 Autism Awareness Month Event
Three fathers of children who have autism participate in a panel discussion. Listen, relate, and learn from parents who share their real-life struggles, delightfully special moments, resilience, and hope. Watch video

Public Health Grand Rounds on Autism Spectrum Disorder

Watch CDC's Public Health Grand Rounds on autism spectrum disorder. Watch video

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