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ASD and me | James Schwanethal | TEDxOpenUniversity


My diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder came late in life. This is not unusual for people my age who, because we were ‘higher functioning’, would have been previously diagnosed with Asperger’s syndrome. Asperger’s syndrome wasn’t a diagnosable condition until the 1990s. By then, I’d been through my teenage years: bullied at school, socially isolated, lonely, and suicidal. I didn’t understand the world, and the world didn’t understand me. In 2013, Asperger’s syndrome was removed from DSM-5 (the 5th Edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders) and placed under the more general condition of Autism Spectrum Disorder. My diagnosis at the age of 42 was a revelation. My story highlights the difficulties I faced, but also shows that there is a way through. What’s next? A world where we not only accept neurodiversity but actively seek out those who see the world in a different way. Space instrument developer at The Open University. Background in Physics and Space Science with over 15 years’ experience in mass spectrometry. Currently working on the LUVMI-X lunar rover. Diagnosed with autism late in life, James passionately believes that any expertise is not despite their disorder but because of it. Enjoys sharing own experiences and helping others, yet terrified of public speaking! This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at 🤍

Atrial Septal Defect (ASD), Animation.


This video is available for instant download licensing here: 🤍 ©Alila Medical Media. All rights reserved. Voice by: Sue Stern. Support us on Patreon and get FREE downloads and other great rewards: All images/videos by Alila Medical Media are for information purposes ONLY and are NOT intended to replace professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Always seek the advice of a qualified healthcare provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Atrial septal defect, or ASD, is a congenital heart defect in which blood flows abnormally between the two atria of the heart. Normally, the atria are separated by a wall called the interatrial septum. In ASD patients, this septum is defective allowing blood flow between the two chambers. During fetal development, when the interatrial septum is being formed, a small passageway called the “foramen ovale” is left open to allow the blood to bypass the non-functional fetal lungs while the fetus obtains oxygen from the mother’s placenta. At birth, as the lungs become functional, the changes in pressures between the two sides of the heart force the opening to close. However, in as many as one fourth of all adults, this opening does not close properly resulting in ASDs. The severity of a defect is measured by a net flow of blood, or a SHUNT. A shunt can be in either direction. Commonly, the condition starts as a “left-to-right-shunt” due to significantly higher blood pressure in the left side of the heart. This is because the left side has to pump blood all over the body while the right side only needs to send it to the lungs. Fortunately, in a majority of people the defect is relatively small; the shunt is negligible and does not cause any symptoms. When the defect is large, a clinically significant left-to-right blood flow may overload the right side of the heart, resulting in its enlargement and eventually right side heart failure. Without treatment, other complications may also occur. As the right ventricle continuously pumps more blood to the lungs, the entire pulmonary vasculature may be overloaded and pulmonary hypertension may result. Pulmonary hypertension, in turn, would force the right ventricle to generate even higher pressures to overcome the high pressure in the lungs. In some cases, this vicious cycle may cause the blood pressure in the right side of the heart to increase to a GREATER level than that of the left side. If this happens, the shunt will reverse its direction; a “right-to-left shunt” will result; the oxygen-poor blood will flow from the right atrium to the left atrium and will be sent to all tissues of the body. Fortunately, this complication, called the Eisenmenger syndrome, usually develops over many years and occurs only in a small percentage of people with large atrial septal defects. Small ASDs do not cause any symptoms and may not require treatment. In fact, many small defects close on their own during early childhood. Large atrial septal defects that cause clinically significant symptoms usually require surgical closure. As a general rule, the earlier in life the surgery is performed, the higher the success rate and the lesser complications presented.

Understanding Atrial Septal Defect (ASD)


Connect with a specialist: 🤍 More about our Heart Center: 🤍 Approximately 2,000 babies are born each year with Atrial Septal Defect (ASD), a condition where a child has an abnormally large hole between the chambers of the heart after birth. This video shows the most common type of ASD and the different ways and ASD might be repaired.

Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders: Training for EMS


This video presentation by Robin Blitz, MD, director of developmental pediatrics at Barrow Neurological Institute at Phoenix Children’s Hospital, provides training and resources for emergency medical services (EMS) staff who encounter or work with children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). For more information on developmental pediatrics and children with ASD, visit 🤍.

What Is Autism Spectrum Disorder?


This informative Ask the Expert video offers top line information about different disorders that fall under the Autism Spectrum (ASD) classification. Learn about the core features of ASD and become familiar with the specific areas of challenge that are hallmarks of this category of disabilities at 🤍 For more information about each of the specific ASD conditions mentioned, or to build knowledge and access resources about learning disabilities and related disorders of learning attention and behavior, visit 🤍. NCLD has developed the LD Checklist: Recognize & Respond tool to help spot the potential signs of LD. Take the first step here: #Check4LD The National Center for Learning Disabilities' (NCLD) mission is to ensure success for all individuals with learning disabilities in school, at work and in life.

Understanding the Social Behaviors of Girls with ASD


UCLA CART "Advances in Autism 2015" Symposium, May 22, 2015 Understanding the Social Behaviors of Girls with ASD Michelle Dean, PhD

Tips to support children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD)


In this video, Julia McAndrews, lead child and adolescent family therapist at the Rogers clinic in Skokie, IL, offers four tips we can use to empower children with autism spectrum disorder and celebrate their gifts of neurodiversity. Julia says that people on the autism spectrum have the gift of being able to see the world through a different lens. Some of her past patients have described seeing the world as a movie where they can rewind and playback memories. Others have had a vivid imagination of their future or think of everything from a mathematical and factual standpoint. She also points to unique and highly focused interests as another gift of neurodiversity. “I’ve learned more about cats, elevators, and superheroes than I ever thought I would,” Julia says. “The ability to be fully enamored by something is a huge gift that’s common to people with autism. Not to minimize the difficulties that come with it, but we’re given so many different outlooks because it is a wide spectrum.” If you or someone you know is struggling, Rogers can help. Visit 🤍 or call 800-767-4411. Rogers Behavioral Health: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 YouTube: 🤍 LinkedIn: 🤍

Autism Spectrum Disorder, Causes, Signs and Symptoms, Diagnosis and Treatment


Autism spectrum, also known as autism spectrum disorder (ASD) or autism spectrum condition (ASC), is a range of neurodevelopmental disorders that includes autism and related conditions. Individuals on the spectrum present with two types of symptoms: problems in social communication and social interaction, and restricted, repetitive patterns of behavior, interests or activities. Symptoms are typically recognized between one and two years of age.Long term issues may include difficulties in creating and keeping relationships, maintaining a job, and performing daily tasks. The cause of autism spectrum is uncertain.Risk factors include having an older parent, a family history of the condition, and certain genetic conditions.Diagnosis is based on symptoms.The DSM-5 redefined the autism spectrum disorders to encompass the previous diagnoses of autism, Asperger syndrome, pervasive developmental disorder not otherwise specified (PDD-NOS), and childhood disintegrative disorder.

Atrial Septal Defect (ASD) Nursing | Congenital Heart Defects Pediatrics NCLEX


Atrial septal defect NCLEX review for pediatric nursing (congenital heart defects). What is atrial septal defect (ASD)? It's a congenital heart defect characterized by a hole in the interatrial septum (atrial septum) that allows blood to mix in the right and left atria, which are the upper chambers of the heart. This allows for a connection of blood flow between the two atria that should not occur after birth. According to the, 1 in every 770 babies born in the United States each year are born with an atrial septal defect Why is an atrial septal defect a problem? If the defect if larger enough (small ASDs usually don’t cause many issues), it creates a left to right shunt of blood that can lead to an INCREASE in LUNG BLOOD FLOW. This can cause: Heart failure Pulmonary hypertension… (if not treated this can lead to an irreversible condition can Eisenmenger Syndrome) Stroke Signs and symptoms of an atrial septal defect may not present at birth but later on in childhood or adulthood. A heart murmur may be noted. Atrial septal defect murmur includes a midsystolic murmur (systolic ejection murmur) that is heard at the 2nd intercostal space in the upper left sternal border. This is due to extra blood flow through the pulmonic valve. In addition, that may be a wide, fixed splitting of S2 due to the pulmonic valve closing slower than normal. The patient may experience decrease growth rate, easily fatigued, edema, frequent lung infections, stroke etc. Nursing inventions for an atrial septal defect: please see the video for these interventions Quiz: 🤍 Notes: 🤍 Nursing Gear: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 #atrialseptaldefect #congenitalheartdefect #asd #pediatricnursing Subscribe: 🤍 Nursing School Supplies: 🤍 Popular Playlists: NCLEX Reviews: 🤍 Fluid & Electrolytes: 🤍 Nursing Skills: 🤍 Nursing School Study Tips: 🤍 Nursing School Tips & Questions" 🤍 Teaching Tutorials: 🤍 Types of Nursing Specialties: 🤍 Healthcare Salary Information: 🤍 New Nurse Tips: 🤍 Nursing Career Help: 🤍 EKG Teaching Tutorials: 🤍 Dosage & Calculations for Nurses: 🤍 Diabetes Health Managment: 🤍

Atrial Septal Defect (ASD) USMLE Step 1 Pathophysiology


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Early Signs of Autism Video Tutorial | Kennedy Krieger Institute


Want to be part of something big? Kennedy Krieger invites you to join SPARKforAutism, the US’ largest autism research study. Learn more by clicking here 🤍 Tutorial On Early Signs of ASD: The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), Centers for Disease Control, National Institutes of Health, autism advocacy groups and researchers have all drawn attention to the importance of the early detection of autism spectrum disorders (ASD) to make access to early intervention possible. The scientific literature indicates that the average age of ASD diagnosis is 4 years, despite the fact that about half of children with this neurodevelopmental disorder may be detected by age 14 months. The AAP recommends that ASD-specific screeners be administered within pediatric practices beginning at age 18 months. However, these screeners are imperfect and often require parents to provide 'yes' or 'no' answers to questions about the presence of certain behaviors. Yet ASD-related behaviors often present inconsistently, and are intermixed with behaviors seen in typically-developing children. In addition, ASD-related behaviors often differ from typical development in quality, not just in quantity. To improve recognition of the early signs of ASD among pediatricians, parents, and early intervention providers, autism researcher Dr. Rebecca Landa (🤍 of Kennedy Krieger Institute ((🤍 has developed a free 9-minute video tutorial on ASD behavioral signs in one-year-olds. The tutorial consists of six video clips comparing toddlers who show no signs of ASD to toddlers who show early signs of ASD. Each video is presented with voice-over explaining how the specific behaviors exhibited by the child, as they occur on screen, are either indicative of ASD or typical child development. Dr. Rebecca Landa is the director of the Kennedy Krieger Institute's Center for Autism and Related Disorders. The videos and information presented within this tutorial were obtained through her research, funded by the National Institute of Mental Health, focused on early markers of autism spectrum disorders and early developmental characteristics of children with and without ASD. For more information, please visit 🤍.

TOP 5 ASD Symptoms (YOU Should Know)


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Echo Imaging of the ASD


Visit us at: 🤍 In this patient demo, Helmut Baumgartner will explain, which apical views to use to image an ASD. Hemut is a renowned expert both in the field of echocardiography and congenital heart disease and a good friend. Watch him at work!

Atrial Septal Defekt (ASD) Kapama


🤍 Atrial septal defekt (ASD) kalbin üstteki iki bölmesi arasında kalpte delik (defekt) bulunmasıdır. Çoğu kez ilk tanı doktorun belirti vermeden üfürümü duymasıyla fark edilir. ASD bir doğumsal (konjenital) kalp hastalığıdır. Küçük ASD ler kendiliğinden kapanabilir. ASD tedavisi kateterle ASD kapama ya da ameliyatla ASD 'nin yamayla kapatılmasıdır. ASD sekundum tipi kateter laboratuvarında özel bir cihazla kapatılır. Bir çeşit kapalı kalp ameliyatıdır. Delik çok büyük ya da deliğin yerleşimi uygun değilse ASD ameliyatla yama dikilerek kapatılır. Kateterle kapatmanın çok düşük riski vardır. İşlem sırasında anestezi uygulanır. ASD kapama işlemi sırasında çocuğunuz tam uyku halindedir. Tüm ASD ‘ler kateterle kapatılamaz. Mutlaka defektin ölçülmesi gerekir. Çocuğunuz anestezi ile uyumakta iken yemek borusu alt ucu ve mideye indirilebilen küçük bir prob ile eko çekilmesi yani transözefageal eko ile deliğin boyutu ölçülür. Transözefageal eko (tee) kapama işlemi sırasında görüntü alınmasına da olanak sunar. Defektin boyunu ölçmek için delik hizasında balon şişirilir. Ölçüm sonrası ASD cihazı kateterle delik hizasına taşınır ve deliği kapatacak şekilde yerleştirilir. İşlem sonrası kılıflar çıkarılarak kasıktaki toplardamar girişi kapatılır. İşlem ortalama 1-2 saat sürer, bazen daha da uzun. İşlemle aynı gün ya da bir gün sonra taburcu olunur, ASD kapatmadan 24 saat sonrası en az 1 kez eko çekilir. Kalbin etrafında sıvı toplanıp toplanmadığı kontrol edilir. ASD kapamadan 1 ay sonra ve ilk 2 yıl her 6 ayda bir tam kapanıp kapanmadığı kontrol edilir. İyi seyirler dilerim. Prof. Dr. Taner Yavuz İstanbul Çocuk Kardiyoloji | Ataşehir

ATRIAL SEPTAL DEFECT (ASD), Causes, Signs and Symptoms, Diagnosis and Treatment.


An atrial septal defect is a type of congenital heart defect characterized by an abnormal opening in the wall(septum) between the two upper chambers of the heart (atria). • The heart has four hollow chambers: two receiving chambers known as the right and left atria and two pumping chambers known as the right and left ventricles • The atrial septum is a wall separating the left and right atria. An opening in this septum results in a condition called an atrial septal defect • An atrial septal defect allows oxygenated blood that should flow into the left ventricle from the left atrium to flow to the right atrium through the opening • When in the right atrium, the blood mixes with deoxygenated blood and is pumped to the lungs, Increasing the total amount of blood that flows to the lungs • If the opening is large, this extra volume of blood can overfill the lungs and cause damage to blood vessels in the lungs • Over time, this may cause problems, such as high blood pressure in the lungs, increased risk of stroke, heart rhythm abnormalities, and heart failure There are four types of the atrial septal defect, they include: • Secundum – is the most common and occurs in the center part of the atrial septum. It occurs in about 75% of all cases • Primum- occurs in the lower part of the atrial septum and may occur with other congenital heart problems. It occurs in about 20% of all cases • Sinus venosus – is a rare type and occurs in the upper part of the atrial septum. it occurs in about 4% of all cases • Coronary sinus – it occurs in less than 1% of all cases

“Covert” Neurofeedback Tweaks Brain in ASD


People with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) thought they were just playing a puzzle game while in a MRI scanner. In fact, the game was rigged – by their own brain activity to boost connectivity in flagging circuits. For more information see NIMH Science Update: “Covert” Neurofeedback Tunes Up the Social Brain in ASD 🤍



ASD and Feeding


An illustrated talk on ASD and feeding by Dr Anna Van Heuvel, Clinical Psychologist at East Kent Hospitals

محاضرات باطنة Internal Medicine Cardiology Atrial Septal Defect (ASD)


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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) in Youth with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)


Rates of anxiety among youth with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) are alarmingly high and exceed those of typically developing children. Yet, many therapy providers do not feel sufficiently competent to conduct CBT with children or teenagers with ASD. Presenters will discuss evidence-based practical guidelines for conducting CBT with this underserved population. Presented by Meg Tudor and Breanna Winder-Patel. Part of the 2019 Summer Institute on Neurodevelopmental Disorders

ASD and occupational therapy: part 1


🤍 This video is about occupational therapists (OTs) working with children with autism spectrum disorder or ASD. Children with ASD might see an OT at hospital, at a clinic, at home or at preschool or school. In this video an OT describes how she helps children with ASD develop skills for play, self-care and social situations.

School strategies for children with ADHD and ASD (2017)


As children progress into middle school, new challenges and opportunities occur, including multiple teachers, new accommodations, more independence, and new relationships. Experts in ADHD and autism provided research updates and strategies to help parents guide their children through these new challenges. Presented by Faye Dixon, Ph.D., Peter Mundy, Ph.D.,"TJ" Vidales, B.A. Part of the 2017-2018 Minds behind the MIND presentation series.

ASD nedir? Nasıl bir kalp hastalığıdır?


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Atrial Septal Defect (ASD): Pathophysiology & Clinical Features


This video explains about the normal blood #circulation (0:05) before explaining the atrial septal defect (#ASD). It covers the pathophysiology, clinical features, #CXR, #ECG and natural history of ASD. Disclaimer: Medical Snippet does not provide a diagnosis or other recommendation for treatment and is not a substitute for the professional judgment of a healthcare professional in the diagnosis and treatment of any person or animal. The determination of the need for medical services and the types of healthcare to be provided to a patient are decisions that should be made only by a physician or other licensed health care provider. Always seek the advice of a physician or other qualified healthcare provider with any questions you have regarding a medical condition.

Emine'nin Ameliyat Hikayesi - Op. Dr. Mahmut Akyıldız - ASD Cerrahisi


ASD Kalp Ameliyatı Op.Dr. Mahmut AKYILDIZ Koltuk Altı Kalp Ameliyatı 🤍 Asistan Cep : 0543 953 53 53 dr.m.akyildiz🤍

3D-TEE imaging for ASD closure


19th 3-Day Seminar Teiji Akagi (Okayama University Hospital, Japan)

Autism Spectrum Disorder | ASD | For Parents & Patients


Talking about Mental Health is often seen as taboo carrying many social stigmas. This shouldn't be the case. In this video we look at Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). So buckle up and let's talk mental health. This patient information video provides answers to your questions on Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD): 1. What is Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)? 2. Who is at risk of getting Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)? 3. What are the symptoms of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)? 4. How is Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) diagnosed? 5. Treatments for Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) 6. Does Obsessive Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) go away? ..................... #ASD #AutismSpectrumDisorder #MentalHealth TIMESTAMPS: 00:00 Intro 01:03 What is ASD? 01:28 Who gets ASD? 01:54 How common is ASD? 02:17 Does the MMR cause Autism? 03:40 Symptoms 06:00 Diagnosis 06:49 Treatment 08:42 Prognosis 09:02 Outro 09:19 Legal Disclaimer 09:45 End Screen ...................... Association of MMR and Autism MMR vaccination and pervasive developmental disorders: a case-control study 🤍 ...................... UK Support Organisations: National Autistic Society - 🤍 Ambitious about Autism - 🤍 USA Support Organisations Autism Speaks - 🤍 Autism Society - 🤍 National Autism Association - 🤍 ...................... Patient Information videos produced by GMC registered/Certified Doctors. Videos cover definitions, aetiology, symptoms, clinical features, management, prognosis and complications of a wide variety of medical topics. Authors: 1. Dr. A. Hart-Pinto MBChB (Hons) BSc (Hons) MRCS 2. Dr. Najeebah Jaunbocus MBChB MRCGP ....................... JHP Medical UK, uses stock footage within its videos. We do not believe, nor do we wish to imply, that individuals identifiable within stock footage suffer from the condition being discussed. If you do not wish to be included in our videos please contact our team via JHPmedical🤍, and we will remove the footage. .................... Legal Disclaimer JHP Medical UK contains content generated by our doctors. Content provided via YouTube is for general information purposes ONLY. Information videos are not produced to provide specific advice on which you should rely. Medical education videos on JHP Medical UK are not a substitute for professional medical care by a qualified doctor or other healthcare professional. You should ALWAYS consult with your doctor regarding any concerns about your condition or treatment and before taking, or not taking, any action based on the content produced by JHP Medical UK. Reasonable effort shall be made to update the information on the JHP Medical UK YouTube channel. However, we make no representations, warranties or guarantees, whether express or implied, that the content is accurate, complete or up-to-date. We also do not warrant or represent that the information or materials available through the JHP Medical UK YouTube channel will meet your particular requirements or needs.

Atrial Septal Defect (ASD)


Cardiac catheterization, a minimally invasive procedure, is used at York Hospital to repair abnormal openings between the atria in the heart. This procedure can eliminate the need for open heart surgery.

Device Closure of Atrial Septal Defect ASD


Please visit my Cardiology Talks channel and subscribe for future updates: 🤍 Description at: 🤍 Discussion on device closure of atrial septal defect. Device closure of ASD is suitable for secundum ASD with a good rim all around for holding the two discs together. Trans esophageal echo is done to assess the superior, aortic, and mitral rims as well as the total septal length.

ASD Kapama Kursu Vaka 1 / Artial Septal Defekt Case 1


Live Cases Series / Canlı Yayın Vakaları

ASD Kapama Kalp Ameliyatı - Op.Dr. Mahmut AKYILDIZ - Yavuz Selim Taşkıran


ASD Kapama Kalp Ameliyatı Op.Dr. Mahmut AKYILDIZ Koltuk Altı Kalp Ameliyatı 🤍 Asistan Cep : 0543 953 53 53 dr.m.akyildiz🤍

Contrast Echocardiography in ASD


An important modality that can used in echocardiography is contrast. Watch as we explain contrast with a medical case and make sure you understand the limitations of this modality. This was taken from our Right Heart MasterClass. You can find more information by visiting the following link: 🤍 Learn more with 123sonography, the Global #1 Community for medical ultrasound and echocardiography. 123sonography offers the right product - all 100% online. Register for free chapters on our website today! 🤍 While developing the courses and defining the learning objectives at 123sonography, we strictly follow the scientific guidelines on how to assess and manage your patients with the help of ultrasound. Choose between Diploma Courses, micro-learning apps, webinars, and subscription memberships – we have a matching learning path ready for you! #Ultrasound #MedicalUltrasound #eLearning

Living with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) | High Functioning Autism | Aspergers | Alix Generous


In Todays video Dr. Becky speaks with Alix Generous who speaks about her diagnosis with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Alix discusses how she experienced abuse during her childhood and how she was also bullied at school. Alix was 12 years old when she was diagnosed with Autism. Alix explains in detail her sensory overload struggles which could lead to a strong negative reaction, but explains she has become more tolerant to it as she has got older. Alix also discusses her previous experience with therapy and how she found this difficult as she began to feel vulnerable again. Alix also talks about meeting her husband and forming social and romantic relationships with a diagnosis of Autism. Alix has become a voice online for mental health awareness and Autism. Alix held a TedX talk where she discussed openly about her Autism diagnosis and she credits her unique mind with her success in dealing with the complex issues. Link to Alix's TedX talk: 🤍 Alix's Website: 🤍 Alix's Instagram: 🤍generousalix 🤍 Dr. Becky Spelman is a top Psychologist in London, Becky is the Clinic Director for Private Therapy Clinic which has clinic's based all around central London including; Harley Street, Wigmore Street, Bank, Earls Court & Canary Wharf. Becky uses Psychodynamic Therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Eye Movement Desensitisation Reprocessing, Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) and Mindfulness to treat a range of difficulties with a particular interest in Borderline Personality Disorder and the difficulties that go with this condition such as relationship difficulties, anxiety, depression, low-self esteem, social anxiety, fear of public speaking, fear of intimacy, interpersonal difficulties, anger, body image issues, eating disorders and addictions. Subscribe to the channel: 🤍 For further help with this topic you can contact us here: info🤍 BUSINESS INQUIRIES becky🤍 WEBSITE: 🤍 INSTAGRAM: 🤍 TWITTER: 🤍 FACEBOOK 🤍 LINKEDIN: 🤍 SENDING BECKY STUFF Dr Becky Spelman c/o Private Therapy Clinic 3rd floor 63 Wigmore st. London W1U1BU

ASD Closure in Preparation for Structural Heart Demonstration


C3 will host practical demonstrations like this example during our structural heart interventional program. We will be discussing ASD, PFO, Left Atrial Appendage Occluders and TAVR along with exciting TMVR updates. Disclosures of Operators are available on meeting website, any opinions and techniques are of operators and not of Interventional Academy.

Teaching Social Skills to Teens with ASD


Like Autism Live on Facebook at 🤍 Dr. Adel Najdowski discusses teaching social skills to teens with Autism. Are social skills classes worth the time and money? Is there a more effective way to teach social skills? Autism Live is a production of the Center for Autism and Related Disorders (CARD), headquartered in Woodland Hills, California, and with offices throughout, the United States and around the globe. For more information on therapy for autism and other related disorders, visit the CARD website at 🤍

Comorbid OCD and Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)


Join Jonathan Hoffman, PhD, Rebecca Sachs, PhD, and Robert Hudak, MD for a discussion on comorbid obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) and autism spectrum disorder (ASD). All are welcome. Bring questions!

Transition to Adulthood for Young Adults with ASD


For many individuals on the autism spectrum, graduation from high school (whether at age 18- or 21-years) is also a time of “aging out” of entitlement services guaranteed under IDEA. Unfortunately, research indicates that most graduates with autism will have “a difficult time following high school for almost any outcome you ou choose - working, continuing school, living independently, socializing and participating in the community, and staying healthy and safe. To complicate matters, many such youth begin their journey into adulthood by stepping off a services cliff” (Roux, et al, 2015, p. 8). Part of this might be understood as resulting from the limited availability of appropriate services in adulthood. But some of the responsibility can be attributed to the limited or, at times, simply inadequate, transition programming provided by schools. This webinar will provide a brief overview of some of the challenges to the provision of effective transition programming, discuss the important of focusing instruction and intervention outside of the classroom, and provide recommendations moving forward. About Peter Gerhardt, Ph.D.: In addition to being the founding chairman of the Scientific Council of OAR, Dr. Gerhardt serves on numerous professional advisory boards including the Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies. Dr. Gerhardt has more than 35 years of experience using applied behavior analysis principles in support of adolescents and adults with autism spectrum disorders in educational, employment, residential, and community settings. Notes: - This event will be recorded, archived, and shared with registrants via email and on OAR's website at 🤍 - CEUs not available for this event - Questions and comments can be directed to programs🤍 Less



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