Research Treatment Studies Understanding the Cognitive Abilities of Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder explores how cognitive skills, social skills, and executive functioning skills relate to every day adaptive behaviors in children with ASD. Elopement in Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder looks at feedback from parents and will develop an intervention to help parents with elopement or wandering. Adaptive Intervention for Minimally Verbal Children with ASD in Community Settings compares two promising language interventions and adjusts based on child progress. Autism Intervention Research Network on Behavioral Health (AIR-B) This study has identified efficacious and cost effective intervention strategies that can improve academic and psychological outcomes for children with ASD, and can be feasibly implemented successfully by school personnel in under-served elementary schools. Interventions for Communication in Autism Network (ICAN) compares two interventions intended to teach Communication Skills to Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders, ages 3- 5 years, who aren’t yet talking or say only a few words. The Wireless Moisture Alarm Study tests a new moisture alarm intended to help teach children with Autism Spectrum Disorders and other developmental disabilities learn to use the toilet independently. Children’s Hyperactivity and Autism Research Treatment Study (CHARTS) tests a medication called Atomoxetine and a behavioral intervention called Parent Management Training for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders and Hyperactivity, ages 5-13 years. Randomized Trial of Parent Training for Young Children with Autism compares two interventions intended to help parents who have children ages 3-6 years, who have Autism Spectrum Disorders and challenging behaviors such as tantrums.