Back-To-School Strategies for Autism

Playback in English: Playback in Spanish: Learn evidence-based strategies for supporting students with autism as they transition back to the classroom.

Back-To-School Strategies for Autism2022-08-31T21:07:48-05:00

Understanding and Treating Challenging Behaviors

Part One: Challenges when your son or daughter is experiencing a difficult time Paul Shattock provides a parent's perspective on handling his son Jamie’s challenging behaviors and describes

Understanding and Treating Challenging Behaviors2022-08-11T09:59:24-05:00

Live Q&A: Sensory Strategies at Home

Moira Peña, BScOT, MOT, OT, Reg. (Ont.), answers questions about sensory strategies for home. This recorded live question and answer session was a follow-up to our two-part series

Live Q&A: Sensory Strategies at Home2022-08-11T10:36:57-05:00

Transition to Adulthood – Providing Support

Amy Moore Gaffney, M.A., CCC-SLP, discusses evidence-based support strategies for adults with autism as they transition to adulthood and gain independence. She focuses on structured visual support strategies

Transition to Adulthood – Providing Support2022-08-10T06:42:32-05:00

Emotional Regulation Strategies

Learn evidence-based strategies for supporting and teaching emotional regulation. Handouts are online HERE About the speaker: Amy Moore Gaffney,

Emotional Regulation Strategies2022-03-16T18:58:41-05:00

Overview: Medical Comorbidities and ASD

In this brief overview, neurologist Margaret Bauman, MD summarizes symptoms and signs of medical comorbidities that frequently occur, but may go unrecognized, in patients diagnosed with ASD. While the

Overview: Medical Comorbidities and ASD2022-04-20T13:09:36-05:00

Self-Injurious Behavior – 2019

Watch Dr. Moskowitz’s previous talk on positive strategies for addressing anxiety and OCD, HERE References in the playback above include: Three methods of saying "no"

Self-Injurious Behavior – 20192019-10-04T03:53:12-05:00

Self-Injury and ASD – 2018

Listen to playback of this live Q&A as Lauren Moskowitz discusses self-injury and other challenging behaviors. To review Dr. Moskowitz’s previous talk on positive strategies for addressing

Self-Injury and ASD – 20182020-06-25T09:49:20-05:00
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