Episode 132: The SCC Pod - Patricia Prelock: Kids, Language, and Autism
The Supporting Child Caregivers Podcast
by Alexandra Harrison
1M ago
Dr. Prelock talks about her studies of the nature and treatment of autism spectrum disorders (ASD) emphasizing the role of emotion regulation, social communication and perspective taking as important components of social cognition ..read more
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Episode 131: The SCC Pod - Jaclyn Roberto and Speech Therapy for Children
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by Alexandra Harrison
1M ago
131 the SCC Pod: Jaclyn Roberto speaks about her work supporting children with communication problems and their families in weekly out patient sessions. Jaclyn is a speech-language pathologist who has been in the field for about 13 years.  Although she has worked in multiple settings over the course of her career, most of her career has been in a pediatric outpatient setting, where she works closely with families who bring their children for weekly speech therapy sessions. She has a passion for working with early childhood language, children on the autistic spectrum, pediatric feeding d ..read more
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Episode 130: The SCC Pod - Communicating with Babies
The Supporting Child Caregivers Podcast
by Alexandra Harrison
2M ago
In this episode, we talk with Dr. Claire Vallotton, a professor of Human Development and Family Studies at Michigan State University. She studies communication between preverbal children and their parents and educators, and develops curricula and workshops to help caregivers understand and respond to young children’s communication cues so that they can respect babies as little individuals with legitimate feelings, wants, and needs ..read more
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Episode 127: The SCC Pod–Ask Me Anything
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by Alexandra Harrison
3M ago
Alexandra Harrison talks about “Co-Regulation ..read more
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Episode 126: The SCC Pod-Sleep Disorders in Autism
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by Alexandra Harrison
3M ago
Dr. Isabella Caldwell talks about the very common problem of sleep disorders in autistic children on the autistic spectrum ..read more
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Episode 125: The SCC Pod: Dr. Catherine Lord’s ADOS and Longitudinal Study
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by Alexandra Harrison
4M ago
Dr. Catherine Lord talks about the beginning of her research that led to the powerful assessment tool, the ADOS, and then the longitudinal study that has contributed so much to our understanding of autistic individuals and their families. She also talks about her current work developing tools for families to use with their children ..read more
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Episode 124: The SCC Pod: A Task Sharing Approach to Autism
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by Alexandra Harrison
5M ago
Dr. Gauri Divan, Director of the Child Development Group in the non profit Sangath, focuses on creating innovations that use a task-sharing approach with non-specialist workers ..read more
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Episode 123: The SCC Pod: Neurodiverse Children in the Philippines
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by Alexandra Harrison
5M ago
Dr. Charlotte Tan talks to us about her clinical work in the evaluation and treatment of neurodiverse children in her practice in the Philippines ..read more
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Episode 122: Neurodevelopment Disorders with Dr. Robert Hendron
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by Alexandra Harrison
6M ago
Dr. Robert Hendren talks to us about the “terroir” in neurodevelopment disorders and his translational interventional outcomes research ..read more
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Episode 121: The SCC Pod: Dr. Susan Sherkow and Autism
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by Alexandra Harrison
7M ago
Dr. Susan Sherkow will speak about her knowledge and her experience with autism spectrum disorders as an expert psychoanalytic clinician and as the founder and Director of the Sherkow Center for Child Development and Autism Spectrum Disorder in New York City ..read more
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