Researchers from the Purdue Autism Cluster and the Autism Society of Indiana gave talks on their various applied research projects. The talks feature topics such as facilitated communication, AAC, animal-assisted therapy, and evidence-based practice. Click here to watch videos of these presentations on YouTube!
Month: April 2016
Course for Early Intervention Professionals
EIRG’s Dr. Megan Roberts is providing a course for professionals on how to navigate the referral process for an autism diagnosis. The course will take place on June 2nd, 2016 at 6:00 PM. Please register at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/YTC9T3T. See flyer below.
Being a Responsive Communication Partner
As a parent, you are probably quick to notice any change in your child’s actions, emotions, and communication. You are keenly aware of their favorite toys, foods, and activities. You are responsive to their wants and needs. Your responsiveness may be a positive step in promoting your child’s development. Continue reading
Parent Behaviors and Children’s Brain Development Continue reading
Walking and talking
How are these skills related? Continue reading
Free Access to Autism Related Research
To celebrate Autism Awareness Month, Wiley is offering free access and downloads on autism research articles. This collection is available to anyone through April 30th.
Click here to access the collection!