Recording of live Q&A — focus was building practical meal plans.
Ms. Kobliner is a Registered Dietitian and owner of Holcare Nutrition (www.holcarenutrition.com). She practices a functional nutrition approach to help the body heal itself, and has extensive experience using various diet modalities to help children with autism and related disorders. Vicki works with infants, children, and adults with chronic illnesses, digestive disorders, food allergies, ADHD, and autism, and provides fertility and prenatal nutrition counseling. She is a contributing author to A Compromised Generation: The Epidemic of Chronic Illness in America’s Children.
Parents and Caregivers: The Importance of Self-Care
“If you are an exhausted or overwhelmed caregiver, this presentation is for you.” Amanda Tami, LPC, BCBA, discusses the importance of self-care for adult caregivers supporting people with special needs, including autism. She
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
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ARI’s Global Networks
ARI and Autism Research The Autism Research Institute (ARI) was established in 1967 and is the oldest autism research organization in the world. Its founder, Dr. Bernard Rimland, was a pioneering researcher
Transportation issues rarely addressed by providers
Very few medical or behavioral specialists discuss driving or other transportation-related issues with patients who have ASD (autism spectrum disorders), according to a new study. Emma Sartin and colleagues surveyed 78
Preemptive intervention for at-risk infants may reduce ASD risk and symptoms, study suggests
Preemptive intervention for infants who exhibit signs of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) may reduce the intensity of their ASD traits and lower their odds of receiving an ASD diagnosis by three