Webinar

7 05, 2019

Inclusion: Effective Strategies

2019-05-12T15:15:48-05:00

Learn inclusion strategies focused on reducing the likelihood of challenging behaviors in the classroom setting. Free certificates of participation are available upon successful completion of

Inclusion: Effective Strategies2019-05-12T15:15:48-05:00
9 04, 2019

*Mind Your Mind: Part 1 – Anxiety

2019-05-17T12:43:09-05:00

Jana Rundle, Psy.D., is a licensed clinical psychologist offering professional psychological services at The Johnson Center for Child Health and Development in Austin, Texas.  After completing her doctoral work

*Mind Your Mind: Part 1 – Anxiety2019-05-17T12:43:09-05:00
25 03, 2019

Brain & Behavior: Science of Happiness

2019-05-17T12:43:43-05:00

What is the #1, most important way to assess if autism treatment is working? If you are a parent, it will come as no surprise….Your child’s HAPPINESS.

Brain & Behavior: Science of Happiness2019-05-17T12:43:43-05:00
7 03, 2019

*Major meltdowns

2019-05-16T10:08:48-05:00

03/07/2019 Presented by Amanda Tami, LPC, BCBA The Johnson Center for Child Health & Development Upcoming Webinar Amanda holds a master’s degree in counseling psychology and has

*Major meltdowns2019-05-16T10:08:48-05:00
6 03, 2019

Anxiety and ASD

2019-05-06T00:04:14-05:00

Learn about emerging research on comorbid anxiety in individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Certificates of participation are available upon successful completion of a brief knowledge quiz:

Anxiety and ASD2019-05-06T00:04:14-05:00
28 02, 2019

*The Ketogenic Diet in ASD – Part 1

2019-05-17T07:37:20-05:00

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

*The Ketogenic Diet in ASD – Part 12019-05-17T07:37:20-05:00
5 02, 2019

Blood Draw – What to Expect

2019-05-17T12:51:16-05:00

Medical visits can be stressful for anyone and individuals with autism often face extra challenges during procedures like blood draws due to communication deficits and sensory issues.

Blood Draw – What to Expect2019-05-17T12:51:16-05:00