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December 18, 2014

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william shawphillip demioAggression in Autism
An excerpt from "The Doctors and Researchers Panel", on September 5, 2014 at the USAAA World Conference in Kansas City, Missouri. YouTube video.
"Learn all that you can."- William Shaw, PhD
"Follow your instinct."
- Phillip C. DeMio, MD


martha herbert mdAutism is the Breakdown of Resilience
An excerpt from Dr. Martha Herbert's presentation, "Ten Tips to Reduce Brain Overload", on September 6, 2014 at the USAAA World Conference in Kansas City, Missouri. YouTube video.
"The brain can repair itself - sometimes."
- Martha Herbert, MD, PhD


marlo thurmanCognition, Sensory Processing and Behavior
An excerpt from Marlo P. Thurman's presentation, "The Continuums of Autism: Cognition, Sensory Processing and Behavior", on September 5, 2014 at the USAAA World Conference in Kansas City, Missouri. YouTube video.
"Sensory Processing is one of the largest consumers of cognitive energy." - Marlo P. Thurman, MS


tippy gauthierBuilding Relationships, Marriage, and Family in the Context of Autism
An excerpt from Gil Tippy, PsyD and Christopher Gauthier, MFA presentation, "Building Relationships, Marriage, and Family in the Context of Autism", on September 6, 2014 at the USAAA World Conference in Kansas City, Missouri. YouTube video.
"Calm down. It's okay." - Gil Tippy, PsyD
"Do not tell mom 'go take a bubble bath'." - Christopher Gauthier, MFA


dr. hendersonBut is there more than one form of ADHD?
An excerpt from Dr. Theodore Henderson's presentation, "Diagnosis of and Treatment for Disorders that are Comorbid with Autism (e.g., depression, anxiety, OCD, ADHD)", on September 5, 2014 at the USAAA World Conference in Kansas City, Missouri. YouTube video.
"Oppositional Defiant Disorder is a ridiculous diagnosis." - Theodore Henderson, MD, PhD


otoole and gauthiershore and pageTips to be more successful in getting employed: Self-advocates advice
Excerpts from "Self-Advocacy - Challenges Throughout the Lifespan" Panel, on September 6, 2014 at the USAAA World Conference in Kansas City, Missouri. YouTube video.
"Be clear and succinct." - Jennifer O'Toole
"Find people who believe in you." - Christopher Gauthier
"Find your strengths." - Stephen M. Shore
"Do what you are interested in."
- Tim Page


knowles-Jimenezdaniel knowlesA Mother's Aha Moment: A Compelling Story of Recovery
An excerpt from Lori-Knowles Jimenez and Daniel Knowles presentation, "A Compelling Story of Recovery", on September 5, 2014 at the USAAA World Conference in Kansas City, Missouri. YouTube video.
"I saw the horrific gut bacteria that was in his gut."
- Lori-Knowles Jimenez


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