Malpractice, Autism, & PTSD Medical Resources

General Malpractice Resources

Autism Resources

  • Medical Malpractice: Asperger's and the Law Links: Useful links in correlation to Asperger's syndrome and medical malpractice are provided through this resource.
  • Understanding Autism Treatments and Medical Malpractice Law: This resource gives those struggling with medical malpractice and autism various options for further treatment and legal help.
  • Autism and Medical Malpractice Law: Here, many different links are given as resources for families struggling with autism.
  • Resources on Autism and Medical Malpractice Law: Various links to other resources, as well as documents available for download, are provided as tools for parents raising a child or children with autism.
  • Autism Spectrum Disorder: This very helpful resource explains exactly what Autism Spectrum Disorder is, the early signs and symptoms of the disorder, and some of the treatments that are currently available for those with autism.
  • What is Autism? Explaining any type of mental issue or difference to a child can be a difficult task. The information provided on this website explains autism in a manner that is easily able to be presented to children to help them understand what autism is.
  • Autism Fact Sheet: The National Autism Association provides a fact sheet featuring several facts about autism to increase awareness and understanding.
  • Autism Research Studies: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shares information about autism as well as the results of research studies and statistics through their website.
  • Autism Screening and Diagnosis: The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services lists multiple factual resources on their website for those that are curious about autism as well as information on when screening is necessary.

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Resources

  • Medical Malpractice Law and PTSD: This link leads to a helpful resource for those who are struggling with post-traumatic stress disorder as a result of serving in the military.
  • What is PTSD? PTSD stands for post-traumatic stress disorder. It is a disorder that occurs after a person experiences a traumatic event. While there are many traumatic events that can cause PTSD, serving in the military and going to war is a frequent cause of the disorder.
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Symptoms: Experts at the Perelman School of Medicine describe the symptoms that one often experiences when suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder.
  • National Center for PTSD: The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs provides a large amount of helpful information for coping with post-traumatic stress disorder. Although a lot of the information provided in this resource is aimed at veterans suffering from PTSD, it is very helpful for non-veterans struggling with the disorder as well.
  • Definition of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder: Here, the specifics of post-traumatic stress disorder are discussed as well as symptoms and treatment options for those with the disorder.
  • Help for Those With PTSD: Through this resource, those struggling with PTSD as well as family members, friends, and loved ones of those suffering can easily locate information about the disorder as well as information on where to go for help.
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Alliance: The Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Alliance is a group of professionals from the medical, legal, and other fields that have come together to increase awareness of the disorder. By increasing awareness of PTSD, the alliance also hopes to further understand the risk factors and best treatment options.

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