Clinical Implications of Sensory-Movement Differences in Autism

6/12/2024; 50 minutes

As part of the 2024 Developmental Disabilities Conference, Elizabeth Vosseller and Ian Nordling demonstrate techniques for helping autistic people who cannot use speech reliably to communicate. They discuss the neuroscience behind techniques for helping people with sensory and movement differences to use spelling and typing to communicate. Ian Nordling, a nonspeaking autistic man, provides insights into the lived experience of learning to communicate. Recorded on 03/08/2024. (#39751)

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