This week we summarize research about: caregiver characteristics associated with the belief that vaccines cause autism, infant-directed language following a behavior parenting intervention, and caregiver engagement and self-efficacy for telepractice compared to in-person services. Continue reading
Improving Autism Interventions
Northwestern News interviewed Dr. Roberts and colleagues about the work Northwestern scientists are doing to improve autism interventions.
Video Feedback Intervention Teaches Parents to Effectively Communicate with Their Infants
A new study looks at video-based therapy for families with babies at risk of ASD
FREE opportunity for parents of children 6 months-2 years who have been diagnosed with hearing loss.
PEACCH Parent Group: Parent Empowerment to Accelerate Communication in Children with Hearing Loss
Northwestern University Center for Audiology, Speech, Language and Learning is proud to offer an evidence-based 6-week language enhancement group for parents of children six months through two years who have recently been diagnosed with hearing loss. See flyer for details!