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Webinar: David Mandell explores healthcare, education and autism

29 March 2017
The Presenter
Presenter

David Mandell

Professor, University of Pennsylvania

On 29 March, David Mandell discussed national and state-level healthcare and education policies that affect the autism community in the United States.

You can watch a complete replay of the webinar above.

Use the comments section below to submit questions we didn’t have time to discuss during the Q&A session or to pose follow-up questions for Mandell.

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Presentations by leading experts that showcase new findings, useful techniques and emerging topics in autism research. We invite questions before and during the presentations in the Comments section.
  • Ethyl

    “Intervene appropriately”…..exclusion criteria was really interesting to compare to real world of teaching. Fidelity to STAR program, I would guess, contained more language adaption oriented tasks to increase IQ, because IQ tests are often where language differences show in the early years. Climate x Fidelity slide was really fairly expressed. Very teacher oriented!

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