Aquatic Therapy Programming for Individuals with Autism

Learn about aquatic therapy programming for autistic individuals aimed at removing barriers to involvement and expanding recreation repertoire to build memories and experiences together

Aquatic Therapy Programming for Individuals with Autism2023-04-27T08:22:04-05:00

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

Back-To-School Strategies for Autism

Playback in English: Playback in Spanish: Learn evidence-based strategies for supporting students with autism as they transition back to the classroom.

Back-To-School Strategies for Autism2022-08-31T21:07:48-05:00

Transition to Adulthood – Providing Support

Amy Moore Gaffney, M.A., CCC-SLP, discusses evidence-based support strategies for adults with autism as they transition to adulthood and gain independence. She focuses on structured visual support strategies

Transition to Adulthood – Providing Support2022-08-10T06:42:32-05:00

Emotional Regulation Strategies

Learn evidence-based strategies for supporting and teaching emotional regulation. Handouts are online HERE About the speaker: Amy Moore Gaffney,

Emotional Regulation Strategies2022-03-16T18:58:41-05:00

Optimizing Preconception Health Through Nutrition

Vicki Kobliner, MS RDN, CD-N, discusses steps for optimizing preconception health through good nutrition and healthy environments. She discusses the US healthcare systems and statistics and asserts

Optimizing Preconception Health Through Nutrition2023-03-02T12:14:01-05:00

Challenges of Medical Care for Seniors

Following introductions by Petra Dilman and Dr. Stephen Edelson, Margaret Bauman, MD, discusses the many medical challenges those aging with autism face. She highlights the lack of medical

Challenges of Medical Care for Seniors2022-09-21T09:26:30-05:00

Executive Function and Autism

Greg Wallace, Ph.D., discusses executive functioning and its impacts on lived experiences across the lifespan in autism. He defines executive function (EF) as it relates to cognitive processes, the

Executive Function and Autism2023-01-03T14:59:33-05:00

Behavioral Support – Beyond Early Intervention

Due to technical difficulties, playback has been delayed. Check back later.  About the speaker: Dr. Melissa Olive’s brother, Mac, is the foundation of her mission.

Behavioral Support – Beyond Early Intervention2021-11-04T12:32:24-05:00
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