Executive Function and Autism

Learn about real-world executive functioning and its impacts on outcome across the lifespan in autism. About the speaker: Greg

Executive Function and Autism2021-11-23T19:59:12-05:00

Behavioral Support – Beyond Early Intervention

Due to technical difficulties, playback has been delayed. Check back later.  About the speaker: Dr. Melissa Olive’s brother, Mac, is the foundation of her mission.

Behavioral Support – Beyond Early Intervention2021-11-04T12:32:24-05:00

ABCs of Behavioral Support in 2021

Melissa Olive, Ph.D., BCBA-D describes the components of a quality behavioral support program. She discusses controversial characteristics of applied behavioral analysis (ABA) and outlines current ABA best practices.

ABCs of Behavioral Support in 20212021-11-26T06:43:15-05:00

Systemic Inflammatory & Autoimmune Diseases—PANS

Jennifer Frankovich MD MS, clinical professor at Stanford University/Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital, discusses the co-occurrence of systemic inflammatory and autoimmune diseases – including the overlap between pediatric

Systemic Inflammatory & Autoimmune Diseases—PANS2021-10-21T06:05:16-05:00

Maximizing Neurodiversity: Education & Jobs

Learn strategies developed at the Stanford Neurodiversity Project for raising awareness of neurodiversity through education, service, research and advocacy.

Maximizing Neurodiversity: Education & Jobs2021-07-19T13:48:24-05:00

Coping with Transitions During the Pandemic

Learn coping and goal-setting strategies for navigating transitions between schools, jobs, and high school to adulthood during the challenges of Covid-19. Free certificates

Coping with Transitions During the Pandemic2021-07-19T13:49:28-05:00

Family-Centered Planning and ASD

Research demonstrates the effectiveness of Family-Centered Transition Planning in increasing student and parent expectations for adult life, student career decision-making, and student participation in

Family-Centered Planning and ASD2021-07-19T13:58:37-05:00
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