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This talk focuses on strategies for planning ahead for the challenges of maintaining a nutritious diet throughout the school year. It is offered in partnership with The Johnson Center for Child Health and Development.
Kelly Barnhill, MBA, CN, CCN serves as the Nutrition Coordinator for ARI. She is also Director of the Nutrition Clinic and the Clinical Care Coordinator at the Johnson Center for Child Health and Development. In her private practice, Kelly focuses on building appropriate dietary and supplementation protocols for children with developmental delays and disorders, siblings of affected children, and children with significant gastrointestinal disease. Kelly also has expertise in prenatal and infant nutrition. She practices in Austin, Texas.
Creating a Well-Structured Classroom for Autism
Educational consultant Amy Moore Gaffney, M.A, discusses classroom strategies that can provide helpful support for students with autism. Handouts are online HERE About the
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. This talk was presented
Whether you’re a parent preparing a child for grade school or an adult transitioning into or out of college, the back-to-school season can present unique challenges for families and individuals with autism.
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 training and research for adults
School During Covid-19: Using Visuals
Educational consultant Amy Moore Gaffney, M.A, discusses the difficulties of transitioning to the classroom learning during pandemics. She highlights the need for children to learn and adjust to changing rules, routines, and layouts for
Systemic Inflammatory & Autoimmune Diseases—PANS
Jennifer Frankovich MD MS, clinical professor at Stanford University/Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital, discusses the co-occurrence of systemic inflammatory and autoimmune diseases – including the overlap between pediatric acute-onset neuropsychiatric syndrome (PANS) and