Monthly Archives: May 2015

Quick Guide Emergency Services for First Responders for Persons with Autism and Related Disorders

Quick Guide for Emergency Services First Responders for Persons with Autism and Related Disorders     grey pause button  When things are already escalated: Pause – quietly observe Stay calm – use few words, simple and supportive: ‘We can figure … Continue reading

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Spreading the word: Reflective Process – What it is and why it’s important

Spreading the word: Reflective Process – What it is and why it’s important*  Joshua D. Feder, M.D. We all face daily challenges: caring for family members, working with colleagues, perhaps supervising others or responding to a boss.  Sometimes we know what … Continue reading

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Graphic Medicine : pictures for care and healing

  Graphic Medicine : pictures for care and healing As many people know, my talks are big on repeated images: a (borrowed) ven diagram to explain how the elements of evidence based practice combine in true informed consent*; a heart … Continue reading

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A Pause During Battle: Tech Play

A Pause During Battle: Tech Play Engaged in a pitched battle, our rag tag DIR/Floortime Coaliton of California, fighting hard for the rights of families to have access to all evidence based approaches, including developmental ones, is pitted against an … Continue reading

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