25TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE

NATURALISTIC NEURODEVELOPMENT: THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN DISABILITY & DEFICIT

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Newer research on early intervention at Emory University, Florida State, and Stanford has resulted in our ability to identify Neurodiversity at age 2 months and their collaborative research has changed the way we see Autism or neurodiversity. Early development and the successful navigation of developmental stages for Typically Developing persons seems to be an autonomic process built into the system. Those with unique neurodevelopment seem to skip the automaticity and need interventions and naturalistic engagements designed to assist in successful development to integrate neuropathway growth and the subsequent successful navigation. Earlier research on the Early Start Denver Model (ESDM) and subsequent generational research and integration have resulted in being paired with Florida State’s “16 movements by 16 months”. What does that mean?

Once you have participated in this presentation, you will be able to:

1) Educate people and show a change in the perception and views of Autism and Neurodiversity (any Neurodevelopmental Disorder); and,
2) Discuss effective interventions that will allow you to focus on development rather than treatment.

*Submission of the conference evaluation form indicates your completion of the entire program.

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