In this webinar, Connie Anderson, Ph.D. discusses risk factors, solutions, and the consequences of bullying for individuals with autism. This webinar is 60 minutes long.Read More
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Researchers, clinicians, and advocates share their knowledge and insight with the SPARK community during these free monthly webinars. They explore the topics that are important to the community—from bullying to romance to genetics to services access.
Listed below are our upcoming webinars and our library of recorded webinars.
This is a joint webinar with SSC@IAN (Simons Simplex Collection at the Interactive Autism Network). In this webinar, Dr. Susan Hyman discusses why individuals with autism have food selectivity, what kinds of problems food selectivity can lead to, how a proper diet can impact behavior, and evidence for dietary treatments for symptoms of autism. This webinar is 60 minutes long.Read More
In this webinar, Rujuta Bhatt Wilson, M.D. and Shafali Spurling Jeste, M.D., discuss an overview of what we know about motor function and impairments in individuals with autism, the importance of physical interventions in autism and existing physical activity programs like ACEing Autism for individuals with autism. This webinar is 60 minutes long.Read More
In this webinar, cohosted with the Simons Simplex Collection: (SSC) @IAN community, Craig Newschaffer discusses environmental autism risk factors. This webinar is 60 minutes long.Read More
In this webinar, Leigh Ann Davis and Samantha Crane discuss individual strategies and system reforms that could increase the safety of individuals with autism when interacting with police and the criminal justice system. This webinar is 60 minutes long.Read More