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Benvenuti alla formazione precoce basata sulle relazioni (LINK A LOS VIDEOS)   Benvenuti alla Piccola Scuola, dove imparerete l’importanza delle relazioni nell’educazione. Nei seguenti video vedrete come un centro di educazione della prima infanzia utilizza tecniche di ricerca e diverse…

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Bienvenido a la educación temprana basada en las relaciones  (LINK A LOS VIDEOS)   Bienvenido a la Escuela Pequeña, donde aprenderán sobre la importancia de las relaciones en la educación. En los siguientes videos verán cómo un centro de educación…

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Traducido con autorización de la autora por Judith Abelenda y Vanessa Casals-Hierro, Uutchi&Moa, España     Evitando el hábito del “¡Muy Bien!” “¡Muy bien!” es una frase que se usa con frecuencia en las sesiones de tratamiento con niños autistas….

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  Avoiding the “Good Job!” Habit “Good job!” is a phrase used frequently during treatment sessions with autistic children. What message does a child receive from hearing, “Good Job!”? We hope they hear our interest, encouragement and approval. However, when…

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Link to Videos: Early Signs of Autism Spectrum Disorder: Considering foster care & adverse childhood experiences  UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland and Through The Looking Glass        22-April-2020 This webinar was offered live on April 22, 2020 for…

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                        Offering Tele-Health during COVID-19 meeting of 2 April 2020 At a difficult time like today we find ourselves supporting families in new ways.  What is different about supporting…

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          Coaching a distanza riunione del 2 Aprile 2020 Introduzione a cura di Serena Suman: In un momento difficile come quello attuale ci troviamo a sostenere le famiglie in modi nuovi.  Che differenza c’è tra il sostegno…

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      Online resources for you and your children during self-isolation Many parents are struggling to help their children feel safe, secure and happy at home while trying to juggle demands from employers to work at home and be…

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  Recognizing and Treating Early Signs of Autism: The Unseen Half of the Story (Part 4) Introduction In the previous articles in this series (Part Two: Recognizing and Treating Early Signs of Autism: Theory and Research, Part Three: Recognizing and…

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. The infant-parent therapeutic process for treatment of early signs of Autism Historically, Autism treatment methods have seen the full swing of the pendulum.  Original papers by Leo Kanner, (1943) the psychiatrist from John’s Hopkins Medical Center, who first described…

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  Applying Theory and Research to Recognize and Treat Early Signs of Autism  What infant interaction research can tell us about early signs of Autism The emerging research on Autism, infant development and infant – parent interaction provide direction regarding where…

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Interactional Synchrony as the lens for seeing Early Signs of Autism When parents feel perplexed by their baby, professionals need to pay attention.  An infant who looks healthy but fails to elicit or respond to a warm connection with primary…

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