Duke Autism Center Offers Tips for Parents
Dawson: Coping with COVID-19 chaos can be challenging
From an opinion piece in the Washington Post, a parent writes, "The world is out of order and scary right now, for adults and for kids, and for my autistic son and many other neurodiverse individuals, those changes can be particularly difficult to navigate." Geraldine Dawson, PhD, Director of the Duke Center for Autism and Brain Development and the Duke Institute for Brain Sciences, offers suggestions to help families. Read more HERE.