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Family Education Forum: Autism Research and Innovation at The Hebrew University

Parents and Educators, don't miss this free opportunity to hear from an expert on the latest research on the trajectories of autism.

Prof. Cory Shulman has more than thirty years of clinical work with individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Her primary appointment is in the graduate program in Early Childhood Studies, in which she is the head of the infant and early childhood mental health tract specialization. Her research interests focus on young children with neurodevelopmental disorders and their families. In particular, she is interested in the course of development of autism over time, using observational, psychometric and interview measures of communication, social interaction, play, and imitation. Prof. Shulman is the Director at the newly established Autism Center at the Hebrew University, a multidisciplinary research and training institute

Light kosher refreshments will be served.

Register to this free, open event by contacting Paul Karnatz


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