Many families are continuing to cope at home this summer and looking for practical strategies to support their loved ones diagnosed with ASD. Tune in to gain insight about the cognitive processes underlying behavior, and strategies for developing exercises to encourage positive change during the COVID-19 shutdown.
About the speaker:
Rob Bernstein has over 30 years of in-depth experience working with a wide range of clients on the spectrum. He is also the author of the award-winning book “Uniquely Normal: Tapping the Reservoir of Normalcy to Treat Autism,” with the foreword by Temple Grandin.
The COVID-19 crisis has changed many lives in unexpected ways. Families of individuals with autism are navigating new challenges including increased stress and disruptions to routine. As some regions begin to lift
Catatonia and disruptive mood regulation disorder (DMDD) are increasingly recognized as co-occurring conditions associated with autism spectrum disorders. Learn about recognition and treatment of these co-occurring disorders.
Ongoing schedule changes and uncertainty due to the spread of the Coronavirus can present special challenges. Learn ideas for providing compassionate support to individuals on the autism spectrum
Learn skills to manage day-to-day, resources for virtual social interactions, and general guidelines about coping with the lockdown for individuals with ASD and their families. Handouts are online
A 2019 study from the University of Missouri adds to evidence that challenging behaviors in children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) can be an indication of gastrointestinal (GI)