This year’s International Meeting for Autism Research (IMFAR) will be held in San Francisco from May 10 – May 13 at the Marriot Marquis in downtown. We are happy to announce that our lab has been selected to share results from the sulforaphane study conducted last year at Oak Hill.Read More
San Anselmo, March 14, 2017: Oak Hill's Departments of Mathematics and Culinary Science teamed up to bake and sell a wide selection of delectable pastries to celebrate Pi Day, 3.14.
On Pi-Minus-0.01 Day (3.13), students and staff in Prep East assembled and baked nearly a dozen apple, pumpkin, blueberry, strawberry-rhubarb and fresh strawberry pies to be sold on the next day at $3.14/ slice.Read More
It offers us another opportunity to bring Autism awareness to everyone we come in contact within our own communities.
Autism has had an increase in diagnosis, now 1 in 68 children. Autism has touched most people’s lives in some capacity. Sesame Street has even created a young girl Muppet named Julia, who has autism. The segment about this was recently featured on 60 Minutes. It was wonderful to see how Sesame Street is using Julia to introduce neurotypical children to autism and teach them how to relate to children who may be different than them. So when children encounter individuals with autism in real life it’s more familiar and they see that these children can be their friends too.Read More