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Meg Chittendon tells clever anecdotes about her brotherClick here to view
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Tim Page discusses Asperger syndrome and his book Parallel Play.Click here to view
Portrait of a High School Student with Asperger SyndromeClick here to view
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Dr. Beth Malow, MD, MS
June 11, 2012
This video combines research findings with practical strategies and is pertinent to children ages 3-12. Beth A. Malow, M.D., is professor of Neurology and Pediatrics, Burry Chair in Cognitive Childhood Development, PI, Vanderbilt Autism Treatment Network, & Director of the Sleep Disorders Division.
Liane Holliday Willey, Ed.D.
December 2011 Womens' Workshop
Nouchine Hadjikhani, M.D., Ph.D.
Dr. Hadjikani will present data from different brain imaging studies done in her research group, that seem to indicate anatomical and functional abnormalities in the mirror neuron system in ASD, as well as unusually fast processing of faces in a subgroup of participants with high-functioning autism. She will discuss of the possible implications of these findings.
A special presentation by a panel of college students with Asperger Syndrome, parents & college administrators.
This is a very helpful video for high school students with AS who are considering college and their parents, college students with AS, HS guidance counselors, & professionals providing support to college students.
Eileen Costello, MD
With humor and compassion, Dr. Costello will discuss her experience as a pediatrician and advocate for children with AS and other ASDs. As the first group of individuals diagnosed with AS in childhood are now reaching adulthood, Dr. Costello has witnessed the variety of therapies that families have used to help their children. From her perspective as a pediatrician she will review what she has learned and the many questions that remain.
Ami Klin, Ph.D.
Ami Klin is the Harris Professor of Child Psychology and Psychiatry at the Yale Child Study Center. He directs the Autism Program at Yale, which is one of the designated National Institutes of Health Autism Centers of Excellence. Dr. Klin's primary research activities focus on the social mind and the social brain, and on aspects of autism from infancy through adulthood. He is the author of over 180 publications in the field of autism and related conditions. He is also the co-editor of a textbook on Asperger Syndrome and Autism Spectrum Disorders in Infants and Toddlers and the third edition of the Handbook of Autism and Pervasive Developmental Disorders.
Liane Holliday Willey, Ed.D.
Liane Holliday Willey, Ed.D. is an internationally respected speaker on Asperger Syndrome, a writer and a researcher who specializes in the fields of psycholinguistics and learning style differences. She and one of her daughters have Asperger Syndrome. She is the author, editor, and contributor to many books, including Pretending to be Normal: Living with Asperger's Syndrome and Asperger Syndrome in the Family: Redefining Normal.
Michael F. Wilcox, M.A.
Michael Wilcox is an adult with Asperger Syndrome. He is a board member of the Asperger’s Association of New England and has spoken at workshops and conferences about living with Asperger Syndrome.
The ins and outs of prescriptive practice for anxiety
Dr. Jean Frazier
Matthew S. Goodwin, Ph.D.
Nick Dubin, Psy.D.
Herbert Benson, MD
Todd Levine, MD
Valerie Gaus, PH.D.