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Conversations About Autism: Feeding & Other Considerations

Mom helping child eat

Please join us as we continue with our new video series, Conversations About Autism, which replaced our Autism 200 lectures, for this month’s conversation titled – Autism and Feeding: Safety and Medical Considerations

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Conversations About Autism – Autism and Feeding

Please join us as we continue with our new video series, Conversations About Autism, which replaced our Autism 200 lectures, for this month’s conversation titled- Autism and Feeding: What makes eating such a struggle?

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Conversations About Autism – Life in the Community

Please join us as we continue with our new video series, Conversations About Autism, which replaced our Autism 200 lectures, for this month’s conversation titled- Transition to Adulthood: Life in the Community.

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Conversations About Autism – The College Experience

Please join us as we continue with our new video series, Conversations About Autism, which replaced our Autism 200 lectures, for this month’s conversation titled- Transition to Adulthood: Community Based Services (The College Experience).

Conversations About Autism is a series of 60-minute live-streamed sessions created for providers and caregivers of children with autism who wish to better understand the autism spectrum disorder. In this session we had planned a conversation about accessing community based services when transitioning to adulthood. However, as we began the planning, we had the opportunity to Read full post »

Participate in Research on Telehealth and In-Person Services

Recruiting Parents for the Parents Perceptions of Engagement in Telehealth and In-Person Services (PPE TIPS) Survey

Researchers at Seattle Children’s are looking for caregivers of 3 to 14 year old children with a neurodevelopmental disability (such as but not limited to ASD; ADHD; Down’s syndrome, intellectual disability; speech; Read full post »