Autism and Pica

Dean Alexander, Ph.D., discusses pica, the ingestion of non-food substances, which has received insufficient attention as a common, sometimes lethal, form of self-injurious behavior. He discusses the

Autism and Pica2023-05-12T06:53:10-05:00

Pet Ownership and Autism

Gray Atherton, Ph.D., discusses pet ownership as it relates to autistic individuals. She gives context for the importance of this topic, details the theories underpinning her research, and

Pet Ownership and Autism2022-11-30T07:41:09-05:00

Delayed and Missed Diagnoses of Autistic Women

Hannah Belcher, Ph.D., Autistic researcher, speaker, and author, discusses the often late and missed diagnosis of autistic females. She dives into the gender gap inherent in autism research, assessments,

Delayed and Missed Diagnoses of Autistic Women2022-12-05T07:48:54-05:00

Transitions from Pediatric to Adult Medical Care

Julie Corder, CNP, and Carrie Cuomo, DNP, CPNP, with the Cleveland Clinic Learning Hospital, discuss the critical stages of transition from pediatric to adult healthcare for individuals

Transitions from Pediatric to Adult Medical Care2022-10-14T07:04:10-05:00

Autism and Eating-Related Behaviors

Gregory Wallace, Ph.D., discusses eating-related behaviors in autism. He examines potential drivers of food neophobia and presents novel studies on the cognitive/behavioral correlates of eating in the absence

Autism and Eating-Related Behaviors2022-08-11T10:23:03-05:00

Live Q&A: Sensory Strategies at Home

Moira Peña, BScOT, MOT, OT, Reg. (Ont.), answers questions about sensory strategies for home. This recorded live question and answer session was a follow-up to our two-part series

Live Q&A: Sensory Strategies at Home2022-08-11T10:36:57-05:00

Autism Research: Nothing About Me Without Me

Dr. Wenn Lawson discusses “nothing about us without us” and capacity building to enable the benefits of participatory research co-production. He differentiates traditional, participatory, and co-production research methodologies

Autism Research: Nothing About Me Without Me2023-03-14T02:31:40-05:00

Maximizing Neurodiversity: Education & Jobs

Scientist and psychiatrist Lawrence Fung, MD, Ph.D., discusses what neurodiversity is and how increased awareness and support benefits not only neurodiverse individuals but the global population as a whole.

Maximizing Neurodiversity: Education & Jobs2022-02-23T08:49:06-05:00

Coping with Transitions During the Pandemic

Learn coping and goal-setting strategies for navigating transitions between schools, jobs, and high school to adulthood during the challenges of Covid-19. Free certificates

Coping with Transitions During the Pandemic2021-07-19T13:49:28-05:00
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