Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a common neurodevelopmental condition characterized by differences in social communication and restricted and repetitive behaviors. These behavioral differences are often accompanied by difficulties in language acquisition, leading many to conclude that bilingualism is too challenging for children with ASD. Emerging empirical evidence, however, contradicts this assumption and instead suggests that bilingualism can be feasible for children with ASD. Guided by this emerging evidence, Dr. Sorenson Duncan and her colleagues (Dr. Smith & Dr. Kay-Raining Bird) created this webinar to provide an overview of the evidence about bilingual development in children with ASD. Presented by Dr. Sorenson Duncan, this webinar was originally presented to the Atlantic Provinces Special Education Authority. It is now available online, with closed captioning.