As screen time is so alluring, parents need to take concrete steps to create limits and structure. Learn strategies for managing screen time access for young people with ASD and their neurotypical peers.
About the speaker:
Ben Wahl, MSW, manages strategic initiatives for Aspiring Youth in Seattle, Washington. He has worked with children, adolescents and young adults for more than 20 years in a variety of roles and is a cofounder of QRKON, a a unique gaming and media convention for the neurodiverse community. Ben founded Aspiring Youth, which serves children, teens and young adults with autism, ADHD, learning disabilities and similar traits, in 2005, followed by the Delphi Young Adults Program in 2013.
Immersive virtual reality therapy can help some children and adults with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) overcome their phobias, according to researchers in Britain. Morag Maskey and colleagues note that anxiety
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