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LiveTalk: Advances in Early Identification of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder

LiveTalk: Advances in Early Identification of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder LT091216 Instant Download Price
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The Spiral Foundation at OTA-Watertown
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Autism is characterized by difficulties in social-communication and sensory processing problems.  In recent years there has been an increased awareness of sensory and social-communication differences in infants as early markers of later autism spectrum disorder.  This program with internationally noted occupational therapist, Dr. Grace Baranek, will discuss her research on early identification of sensory processing and social-communication features in children with autism. This LiveTalk will highlight the importance of examining sensory processing as well as social-communication risk factors for early identification of autism and related developmental disorders; and will discuss her work on the underlying mechanisms, development, and effects on daily activities and social development of the sensory features of autism. 

Autism is characterized by difficulties in social-communication and sensory processing problems. In recent years there has been an increased awareness of sensory and social-communication differences in infants as early markers of later autism spectr
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