Dustin Haraden, MS, discusses normative patterns of sleep, factors that affect sleep, and strategies for developing healthy sleep routines and managing sleep-related challenges. Originally streamed on April 21, 2020.
Mr. Haraden is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Psychology at the University of Illinois. He has conducted sleep related research and has conducted ASD assessments and programs for youth on the spectrum for TAP.
Lisa Crane, MA CCC-SLP/L discusses common issues related to “picky eating” in children on the spectrum, provides strategies for encouraging trying new foods, and answers questions from viewers. Originally streamed on April 14, 2020.
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This short video is for students ages 8+ that are having zoom or online class meetings. The Social Thinking® vocabulary is applied to help students understand and navigate the hidden curriculum of participating in a zoom or online meeting in a very concrete way.
This video is presented by Joan Storey Gorsuch, BFA, M.Ed, Social Thinking® clinically trained, UCLA PEERS ® Certified Provider.
What is autism anyway? What should I expect when I meet someone who is on the autism spectrum? Do I seek a diagnosis? Should we tell anyone? Does it look the same in boys versus girls? Families, friends, coworkers, employers- come and get all your questions answers as we set the record straight about the issues surrounding autism.
Presenters: Jeanne Kramer, SLP and TAP Resource Specialist and Hena Thakur, M.S. and doctoral candidate in psychology.
Expert Panel: Noa Hannah, PhD, Clinical Assistant Professor, BCBA and Speech Language Pathologist; Linda Tortorelli, Director of The Autism Program at University of Illinois; Amy Cohen, PhD, Director of Psychology Services.
Please note that due to a technical glitch, the recording begins several minutes into the presentation.