Free webinar at 1 p.m. Eastern time (US), Wednesday, January 12
Learn about the challenges individuals on the spectrum may face when seeking medical care in later adulthood.
This is a joint presentation by ARI and The World Autism Organisation.
About the speaker:
Margaret Bauman, MD, is a pioneer in the study and treatment of Autism and is highly respected by her fellow clinicians and patients for the level of clinical care she provides and the advances that she has contributed to in the field. Dr. Bauman is a Neurologist and specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of Autism and various neurological disorders in children, adolescents, and adults to include learning and developmental disabilities, seizures, cerebral palsy, and neurogenetic disorders. Dr Bauman is the founding director of the LURIE CENTER, formally called LADDERS (Learning and Developmental Disabilities Evaluation and Rehabilitation Services). Dr. Bauman also established The Autism Research Foundation (TARF), The Autism Research Consortium (TARC), and The Autism Treatment Network (ATN). She has also made significant laboratory research contributions in the neuroanatomical understanding of Autism.
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