November 24, 2017

School year ‘relative age’ causing bias in ADHD diagnosis, says research

Younger primary school children are more likely to… [more]

School year ‘relative age’ causing bias in ADHD diagnosis, says research School year 'relative age' causing bias in ADHD diagnosis, says research

Bright light therapy at midday helped patients with bipolar disorder

Daily exposure to bright white light at midday significantly… [more]

Bright light therapy at midday helped patients with bipolar disorder Bright light therapy at midday helped patients with bipolar disorder

Genetic Factors Account for the Majority of Autism Risk

Studies have found that autism spectrum disorder (ASD)… [more]

Genetic Factors Account for the Majority of Autism Risk Genetic Factors Account for the Majority of Autism Risk

1, 2, 3’s of Basic Backpack Wearing

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SIGN LANGUAGE MADE SIMPLE AND FUNCTIONAL

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Brain Patterns at 6 Months Predict Autism in High-Risk Infants

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Virtual Reality a Game Changer for Psychiatry

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School year ‘relative age’ causing bias in ADHD diagnosis, says research

Younger primary school children are more likely to be diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) than their older peers within the same school year, new research has shown. The study, led by a child psychiatrist at The University of Nottingham with researchers at the University of Turku in Finland, suggests that adults involved in […]

Bright light therapy at midday helped patients with bipolar disorder

Daily exposure to bright white light at midday significantly decreased symptoms of depression and increased functioning in people with bipolar disorder, a recent Northwestern Medicine study found. Previous studies found morning bright light therapy reduced symptoms of depression in patients with Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD.). But patients with bipolar disorder can experience side effects such […]

Genetic Factors Account for the Majority of Autism Risk

Studies have found that autism spectrum disorder (ASD) aggregates in families. In a previous study, ASD heritability was estimated to be 50 percent. To define presence or absence of ASD, the study used a data set created to take into account time-to-event effects in the data, which may have reduced the heritability estimates. Using the […]

1, 2, 3’s of Basic Backpack Wearing

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SIGN LANGUAGE MADE SIMPLE AND FUNCTIONAL

    COURSE DESCRIPTION This workshop will provide participants with an evidenced based introduction to simple sign language skills meant to improve communication in children of all ages and abilities. Course participants will learn more than 100 key words that can be incorporated into their child interactions to improve both expressive and receptive language skills. […]