Since 1965, the Autism Society has been a leader in serving people with autism, their families and the professionals who serve them. While we are not a research organization, we interpret research for our constituents and contribute to major research initiatives. We are an honest broker of information about current studies and issue bulletins to our constituents to communicate and explain key new research findings. Today, 60 individuals will be diagnosed with autism, and their families have no clear path to treat the symptoms of this complex condition. For this reason, the Autism Society wants to keep our constituents fully informed of research developments as they arise.