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ACCESS Division 33

APA Division 33 (IDD/ASD)

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ACCESS Division 33

ACCESS Division 33

APA Division 33 (IDD/ASD)

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ACCESS Division 33 is the official podcast of Division 33 of the American Psychological Association, a group of professionals dedicated to science and practice in intellectual and developmental disabilities, and autism spectrum disorder. In each episode, a member of our Division is interviewed, discussing their work and why it is important to the lives of individuals with IDD and ASD and those who support them.

Latest Episodes

E8. The Public Health Crisis

In this special episode, we break format in order to bring together input from several experts, each giving advice regarding the current COVID-19 health crisis and related stay-at-home issues, such as parenting, stress, family relationships, homeschooling, interventions, and maintaining social contact. Drs. Baker and Fenning share contributions from Dr. Laura Lee McIntyre, Dr. Eric Butter, Dr. V. Mark Durand, Dr. Cameron Neece, Dr. Tracy Guiou, Dr. Sigan Hartley, Dr. Geovanna Rodriguez, Dr. Jan Blacher, Dr. Diane Hayward, Dr. Julie Lounds Taylor, and Dr. Elizabeth Laugeson.

20 MINAPR 3
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E8. The Public Health Crisis

E7. Student-Teacher Relationships with Dr. Blacher

In this episode, Dr. Jan Blacher (UC Riverside) discusses her research focusing on student-teacher relationships for children with IDD and ASD, why we should be concerned, and what she and her colleagues are doing to improve these relationships (14 min)

14 MINJAN 31
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E7. Student-Teacher Relationships with Dr. Blacher

E6. Aging in Down Syndrome with Dr. Hartley

In this episode, Dr. Sigan Hartley (University of Wisconsin-Madison) discusses her work investigating factors that might buffer the onset of Alzheimer’s disease in individuals with Down Syndrome as they age. (11 mins)

11 MIN2019 DEC 3
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E6. Aging in Down Syndrome with Dr. Hartley

E5. Siblings and Future Planning with Dr. Orsmond

In this episode, Dr. Gael Orsmond (Boston Univ.) discusses her program aimed at helping families and siblings of individuals with ASD in future planning.

11 MIN2019 OCT 10
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E5. Siblings and Future Planning with Dr. Orsmond

E4. Prader-Willi with Dr. Michalec

In this episode, Dr. David Michalec (Nationwide Children's Hospital) discusses Prader-Willi Syndrome, what parents can do to help their children with PWS, and how professionals support these children and families.

10 MIN2019 AUG 22
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E4. Prader-Willi with Dr. Michalec

E3. Parent Stress with Dr. Neece

In this episode, Dr. Cameron Neece (LLU) discusses parent stress and stress reduction in families of children with IDD and ASD, what parents can do to reduce their stress, and how reduced parent stress can benefit children (15 mins, 53 secs)

15 MIN2019 JUN 26
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E3. Parent Stress with Dr. Neece

E2. Bullying with Dr. Laugeson

In this episode, Dr. Elizabeth Laugeson (UCLA) discusses bullying, why children with IDD and ASD are at increased risk for being bullied, and what research says we can teach them about how to respond to teasing.

12 MIN2019 APR 5
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E2. Bullying with Dr. Laugeson

E1. Emotion Regulation with Dr. Fenning

In this episode, Dr. Rachel Fenning (CSUF) discusses her work in emotion regulation, why it is so important to understand for children with IDD and ASD, and what parents can do to help.

8 MIN2019 APR 5
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E1. Emotion Regulation with Dr. Fenning
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Latest Episodes

E8. The Public Health Crisis

In this special episode, we break format in order to bring together input from several experts, each giving advice regarding the current COVID-19 health crisis and related stay-at-home issues, such as parenting, stress, family relationships, homeschooling, interventions, and maintaining social contact. Drs. Baker and Fenning share contributions from Dr. Laura Lee McIntyre, Dr. Eric Butter, Dr. V. Mark Durand, Dr. Cameron Neece, Dr. Tracy Guiou, Dr. Sigan Hartley, Dr. Geovanna Rodriguez, Dr. Jan Blacher, Dr. Diane Hayward, Dr. Julie Lounds Taylor, and Dr. Elizabeth Laugeson.

20 MINAPR 3
Comments
E8. The Public Health Crisis

E7. Student-Teacher Relationships with Dr. Blacher

In this episode, Dr. Jan Blacher (UC Riverside) discusses her research focusing on student-teacher relationships for children with IDD and ASD, why we should be concerned, and what she and her colleagues are doing to improve these relationships (14 min)

14 MINJAN 31
Comments
E7. Student-Teacher Relationships with Dr. Blacher

E6. Aging in Down Syndrome with Dr. Hartley

In this episode, Dr. Sigan Hartley (University of Wisconsin-Madison) discusses her work investigating factors that might buffer the onset of Alzheimer’s disease in individuals with Down Syndrome as they age. (11 mins)

11 MIN2019 DEC 3
Comments
E6. Aging in Down Syndrome with Dr. Hartley

E5. Siblings and Future Planning with Dr. Orsmond

In this episode, Dr. Gael Orsmond (Boston Univ.) discusses her program aimed at helping families and siblings of individuals with ASD in future planning.

11 MIN2019 OCT 10
Comments
E5. Siblings and Future Planning with Dr. Orsmond

E4. Prader-Willi with Dr. Michalec

In this episode, Dr. David Michalec (Nationwide Children's Hospital) discusses Prader-Willi Syndrome, what parents can do to help their children with PWS, and how professionals support these children and families.

10 MIN2019 AUG 22
Comments
E4. Prader-Willi with Dr. Michalec

E3. Parent Stress with Dr. Neece

In this episode, Dr. Cameron Neece (LLU) discusses parent stress and stress reduction in families of children with IDD and ASD, what parents can do to reduce their stress, and how reduced parent stress can benefit children (15 mins, 53 secs)

15 MIN2019 JUN 26
Comments
E3. Parent Stress with Dr. Neece

E2. Bullying with Dr. Laugeson

In this episode, Dr. Elizabeth Laugeson (UCLA) discusses bullying, why children with IDD and ASD are at increased risk for being bullied, and what research says we can teach them about how to respond to teasing.

12 MIN2019 APR 5
Comments
E2. Bullying with Dr. Laugeson

E1. Emotion Regulation with Dr. Fenning

In this episode, Dr. Rachel Fenning (CSUF) discusses her work in emotion regulation, why it is so important to understand for children with IDD and ASD, and what parents can do to help.

8 MIN2019 APR 5
Comments
E1. Emotion Regulation with Dr. Fenning
the END
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