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Anderson Adult Services - Kate Arket & Michelle Mooney

Podcast July 2018

Anderson Center for Autism provides services for children on their campus, as well as adults in their local communities. Hear from Anderson Adult Services staff: Kate Arket, Assistant Director of Day Services & Michele Mooney, Adult Behavior Services Supervisor. Tune in to learn more about our Adult Services Program, Life Long Learning Centers & some recent changes being made!

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Michael Gilberg - Autism Advocate

Podcast July 2018

This weekend’s guest is Michael Gilberg Michael Gilberg has years of both Special Education and Disability Rights Law and Advocacy Experience. Gilberg also has his own personal experience as someone on the Autism Spectrum. He received his J.D. from Pace University School of Law in 2007 after receiving both his B.A. and M.P.A. also from Pace University. Tune in to hear Michael discuss the new 1 in 59 autism statistic, a new supreme court decision regarding education rights, as well as the NY State Autism Advisory Board.

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Molly Losh - Northwestern University

Podcast June 2018

This weekend’s guest is Molly Losh, associate professor of Communication Sciences & Disorders at Northwestern University in Illinois. Molly is a developmental psychologist who's primary research interest focuses on outlining the nature and basis of language impairment in autism and related neurogenetic disorders. Tune in to learn more about her research!

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Sandra Waxman - Northwestern University

Podcast June 2018

This weekend’s guest is Sandra Waxman. Sandra is a professor in the psychology department at Northwestern University in Illinois. Sandra’s studies include, cognitive development, early language skills in children, and cognitive psychology. In her work she adopts a cross-linguistic and cross-cultural perspective, to focus on infants’ and young children’s concepts, words, and reasoning. Her studies can help develop an improved early intervention process to aid children with developmental disabilities like autism. Tune in to learn more!

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Aparna Nadig - McGill University

Podcast June 2018

This weekend’s guest is Aparna Nadig, an associate professor in the School of Communication Sciences and Disorders at McGill University in Montreal. Her research involves studying the impact of bilingualism on language skills in children with autism. Tune in to learn more about bilingualism and its affect on cognitive flexibility for individuals with ASD!

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