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Professor Sue Fletcher-Watson 'How early life experiences of autistic children shape them as autistic adults'

Professor Sue Fletcher-Watson 'How early life experiences of autistic children shape them as autistic adults'

Update: 2020-08-201
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Professor Sue Fletcher-Watson discusses developmental disabilities, in particular in autism, how children develop and learn, and in particular in cases where this follows an unusual trajectory. Sue all talks about research on communication and interaction styles, using a fascinating example of 'diffused chains'.


She also talks about using technology for learning with augmentative and alternative communication systems, and her work at the Salveson Mindroom Research Centre, and Development Autism Research Technology.


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Professor Sue Fletcher-Watson 'How early life experiences of autistic children shape them as autistic adults'

Professor Sue Fletcher-Watson 'How early life experiences of autistic children shape them as autistic adults'

The Association for Child and Adolescent Mental Health