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Presented by Amir Miodovnik, MD
Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrician

COVID19 has made social isolation a feature of everyday life. While this has certainly contributed to flattening of the curve, it has also placed an additional stress on families already struggling to build their child’s social skills. One would expect that a sudden disruption in therapies and routines would lead to skill regression and challenging behaviors. In this webinar, NeurAbilities’ developmental-behavioral pediatrician, Dr. Amir Miodovnik, discusses the effects of social isolation on children with autism spectrum disorder and other developmental delays and how families can address some of the unforeseen consequences of the quarantine.

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