April 19, 2014

4 Ways Dysgraphia Can Affect Your Child’s Social Life

Dysgraphia is a biological condition that can make… [more]

4 Ways Dysgraphia Can Affect Your Child’s Social Life 4 Ways Dysgraphia Can Affect Your Child’s Social Life

Children with Autistic Characteristics

Working with infants on the higher end of the spectrum… [more]

Children with Autistic Characteristics Children with Autistic Characteristics

Distinguishing Sensory Processing Disorders and Autism

Sensory Processing Disorders (SPD) and autism (ASD)… [more]

Distinguishing Sensory Processing Disorders and Autism Distinguishing Sensory Processing Disorders and Autism

Early Signs of Autism in Infants

Often, the children on our early intervention caseloads… [more]

Early Signs of Autism in Infants Early Signs of Autism in Infants

“Neurotypical” Movie Screening Dates

The Kelberman Center presents the film screening of “Neurotypical,”… [more]

“Neurotypical” Movie Screening Dates “Neurotypical" Movie Screening Dates

Senate Votes to Delay SGR, ICD-10 by 1 Year

The US Senate has voted for a 1-year "doc fix" preventing… [more]

Senate Votes to Delay SGR, ICD-10 by 1 Year Senate Votes to Delay SGR, ICD-10 by 1 Year

Toward a ‘Where’ and ‘How’ Understanding of Dopamine Dysfunction in Disorders of Attention

The commonality in disorders of attention appears to… [more]

Toward a ‘Where’ and ‘How’ Understanding of Dopamine Dysfunction in Disorders of Attention Toward a 'Where' and 'How' Understanding of Dopamine Dysfunction in Disorders of Attention

Latest Posts

images (1)

4 Ways Dysgraphia Can Affect Your Child’s Social Life

Dysgraphia is a biological condition that can make many aspects of writing difficult. But it can affect children socially, too. Here are four common social challenges your child may face—and what you could do to help. Click here to read more!

download

Children with Autistic Characteristics

Working with infants on the higher end of the spectrum or those close to a diagnosis have been part of my recent experiences. Some children on the higher end of the spectrum have an increased lexical inventory but use language inconsistently. In my experience, language variations can range from using single to multiword word utterances […]

download (1)

Distinguishing Sensory Processing Disorders and Autism

Sensory Processing Disorders (SPD) and autism (ASD) are two conditions that can exist one without the other or they can be comorbid. Making a clear distinction between the two is important especially since SPD can look like autism. SPD is diagnosed by an occupational therapist that is trained in sensory integration. A child with SPD […]

images

Early Signs of Autism in Infants

Often, the children on our early intervention caseloads tend to be over fifteen months of age unless there is some other form of severe disorder involved. We hear so much about the “red flags” often seen in toddlers, but rarely do we hear about red flags for infants. I think one reason may have to […]

download

“Neurotypical” Movie Screening Dates

The Kelberman Center presents the film screening of “Neurotypical,” an exploration of autism from the point of view of autistic children and adults themselves and follows three individuals who are all at pivotal moments in their lives. The film reveals inventive adaptations and an emerging critique of both what it means to be normal and […]