– (upbeat music) – So one of my questions a couple years ago to parents that have kids with Autism was how does your kids
[Music] Dr. Jacquie Winn: It can be scary and it can be upsetting, but I think the main thing to understand is there are paths
Mazzo Beans! (Mandy) Hey, there goes Mikey. He’s riding a pogo stick. (Mandy) Marvel, you can have a turn if you ask. (Mandy) Mikey, can
Wrong way. We’re not getting chocolate cake Jordan. We are going to see your Auntie and your cousins. I don’t want cousins. I want cake.
so as far as I know you can see me it’s really hard to set this up I’m not even going to go into detail
Thermoception is our sense of temperature. It allows us to know if we are too hot or cold. But what does it mean to be
Hi, I’m Dr. Hackie Reitman. Welcome to this special two-part episode covering just some of the highlights from Exploring Different Brains in the year 2019.
People are talking about girls and women and that’s because it’s a really under understood, under researched area, and the people themselves are fantastic people
I wonder if you can tell me who you are and tell me what’s important to you I am Paul Stevenson and 56 years old
As someone currently going through the autism diagnosis process aged 36, I often get asked how a diagnosis at this stage of my life will