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How Games Foster Social Connection

Doctors Liam Cross & Gray Atherton discuss research suggesting that board game skills may be a lifelong bridge to engaging with peers. They provide context for the

How Games Foster Social Connection2024-06-17T15:28:40-05:00

Gender and Autism

Gray Atherton, Ph.D., details the socialization of the female gender experience and how that plays into autism gender biases. The speaker discusses the experiences of autistic women,

Gender and Autism2024-02-29T16:44:54-05:00

Anthropomorphism and Autism

Dr. Gray Atherton, Ph.D., explores the connection between autism and anthropomorphism. She provides a brief historical and social context for anthropomorphism in our daily lives before

Anthropomorphism and Autism2024-01-10T15:02:35-05:00

Understanding and Treating Challenging Behaviors

Part One: Challenges when your son or daughter is experiencing a difficult time Paul Shattock provides a parent's perspective on handling his son Jamie’s challenging behaviors and describes

Understanding and Treating Challenging Behaviors2022-08-11T09:59:24-05:00

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

Sensory-Friendly Strategies for Home – Part 2

Moira Peña, BScOT, MOT, OT Reg (Ont.), discusses sensory processing strategies for home. She describes how atypical sensory processing affects lived experiences of individuals with autism and outlines

Sensory-Friendly Strategies for Home – Part 22023-11-02T14:49:21-05:00
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