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
Northwestern News interviewed Dr. Roberts and colleagues about the work Northwestern scientists are doing to improve autism interventions.
A new study looks at video-based therapy for families with babies at risk of ASD
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!