Autism Spectrum Disorder and Sexual Violence and Abuse Part 1: Understanding Autism From the Clinical Perspective
For those providing a response to Individuals living with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) that have experienced sexual violence, it is Important to understand the many differences in ways those individuals may interact, communicate, and learn. In Part 1 of this webinar series, the content experts will share their knowledge on ASD and how it shows up in individuals across the lifespan. They will highlight some of the behaviors that may be misinterpreted as well as some of the more common methods of therapies associated with treatment of ASD.
Travis Haycook, M. Ed. Assistant- Cleveland Clinic Children’s Center for Autism-Autism Development Solution
Staci Whitney, LMSW Senior Director- Modell Consulting Group LLC
Sandra Harrell Director, Field and Capacity Building- Activating Change
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