Social Thinking and Zoom & Online Media!

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.

Mythbusters: Truths and Lies about Autism

Originally streamed on April 7, 2020.

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.