Celebrating the milestones of PSU PhD scholars.
Poster session reviews the perspectives of parents of children with autism spectrum disorders and how experiences during the diagnostic process impact working with professionals over time.
This poster presents research involving focus groups of parents of children with ASD at different stages, investigating the experience of parenting children with ASD, and the different needs brought about by the multiple transitions that occur throughout the life span of a child.
Penn State faculty and students will be presenting at the ASHA 2012 conference in Atlanta, Georgia, November 15-17, 2012 . We hope to see you there!
This session will present the results of research that investigated the effects of JIT systems compared to traditional AAC systems on the communication of preschoolers with CCN.
Poster session reviews what is currently known about community participation, living, and recreation outcomes for adults with autism spectrum disorders (ASD). Participation in social and recreational activities in the community can help an individual build communication skills, form friendships and other relationships, and establish natural support networks.