Patrick Young, Able USA Kids can have all kinds of reactions to moving, often at once. They might be excited for a new adventure, anxious to leave their friends behind, … Continue reading How to Get Your Special Needs Child Ready for a Move- Guest Blog (Written By Patrick Young from Able USA)
Establishing positive rapport between providers of autism services and individuals and families impacted by Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is essential towards establishing positive service delivery experiences. Experience-based co-design (EBCD), which … Continue reading Blog # 28- Adopting Experience-Based Co-Design (EBCD) To Enhance The Quality Of Autism Services
Here is another video clip explaining more about the basics of the EEG (electroencephalogram) which goes a bit more in depth than the audio recording that I produced about the … Continue reading Basics of EEG
Here in this screen recording I explain what doctors and endocrinologists may order in terms of labs when someone possibly has a thyroid problem (or if a thyroid disorder is … Continue reading Screen Recording # 3- Thyroid Function Tests- Basics Explained by Ryan K. Litchfield
In addition to using my PowerPoint from guest speaking experiences to explain about levothyroxine in the context of hypothyroidism, I would like to give credit to the following in … Continue reading Screen Recording # 2- Levothyroxine Usage and Hypothyroidism- Personal and Medical Experience
(Video Clip Credit goes to “Types of Thyroid Cancer-Thyroid Cancer Treatments” YouTube-Derived from Manipal Hospitals. Published 19 May 2015. ). Here is a great clip that explains what thyroid … Continue reading What is Thyroid Cancer?
Here is some insight as far as what studies show so far about aging in the context of autism. Also, here is the article I highlighted/utilized as part of this … Continue reading Audio Recording # 5: Autism and Aging- What Do We Know So Far?
Understand the notions and the rationale behind why grit can be powerful in people with disabilities in this audio recording. I think you will learn a lot from this.
Gain some insight as to why it is important to be your own health advocate in this short audio recording I have conducted on the matter. Thank you.
This independent study was conducted by me at Assumption College as part of my Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services and Rehabilitation Studies. Please note this audio recording is about 50 … Continue reading Audio Recording # 2: ASD and Child Prodigies- Similarities, Differences, and Implications for Advocacy
Here is my audio recording of gerontological research in older adults with autism, and how and why we need to evaluate the needs and issues of this specific population/group. Please … Continue reading Audio Recording # 1: Needs of Older Adults with Autism and How Research is Needed