Upcoming Webinar: 06/25/2020, 7 PM – 8:30 PM Eastern Time (US)
Tune in for this follow-up discussion about current behavioral approaches and emerging strategies for supporting individuals with autism. The purpose of the talk is to inform professionals, parents, students, and many others of different perspectives on treating autism.
Panelists for Part 2:
Rob Bernstein, MA.; Wenn Lawson, Ph.D., Ron Leaf, Ph.D., and Stephen Shore, Ed.D.. and Lorri Unumb, J.D.
Watch Part 1 – recorded 6/12/20:
Hear perspectives about current behavioral approaches and emerging strategies for supporting individuals with autism. The purpose of the discussion is to inform professionals, parents, students, and many others of different perspectives on treating autism.
Tony Attwood, Ph.D., Rob Bernstein, MA.; Wenn Lawson, Ph.D., Ron Leaf, Ph.D., and Stephen Shore, Ed.D.
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