On a morning in late May, the pace was slow and deliberate as seven students formed a semicircle around their teacher to work on a lesson about finding the main idea in a story.

Adult twins with autism locked in a barren basement room every night. No lights. No bed. Their parents charged with abuse.

Early Intervention (EI) depends heavily on early detection. Early detection relies heavily on medical homes. Medical homes must wield evidence-based screening tools in combination with developmental-behavioral promotion to prevent future problems. The Academy already has connected these dots.

More than one in 10 American children have been diagnosed with attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), according to a New York Times analysis of new data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)—an estimated 6.4 million kids, or 11 percent, up from 7.8 percent a decade ago.

Michéle Woods Jones struggled with dyslexia when she was a little girl.

Dylan B. Randall could not speak or stand. He never tasted food because he was fed through a gastric tube in his belly.