No matter what avenues, treatments, therapies, education models, medical treatments, behavioral programs we pursue, the one thing, maybe the only thing, that has ever united the disparate autism community is a desire to help our kids. From our friends at NAA.
Is nonspeaking autism a cognitive disorder, or could it actually be a motor skill difference? Have nonspeaking kids been inaccurately diagnosed with an intellectual disability just because they don't have the fine motor skills necessary to speak? Join us on Monday for Part 3 of our series on nonspeaking autism.
Our first two webiNAArs have been viewed by thousands of people via Zoom and Facebook. (Replays are available on our Facebook page under Videos or the Autism ATRIUM section of our website.) In our next session, we'll chat with Dr. Dana Johnson about Ocular Motor Control and Apraxia - an incredibly important topic that many of us have never taken into consideration before. Don't miss this! Click the registration link below for more details.
Date/Time: Monday, October 11th at 1pm ET/10am PT.
To register for this free event via Zoom, click here. Attendance is limited!
For those unable to connect through Zoom, we will also be live streaming on the NAA Facebook page.