Autism and the Stress Effect

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Theresa Hamlin

Theresa Hamlin, EdD

Theresa Hamlin, EdD

Children with autism often experience very high stress levels in learning and social environments, which can exacerbate problem behaviors and damage their physical and emotional health. Stressed brains can’t learn. The good news is that there are things that you can do to reduce the burden of stress and increase functioning for children with autism. In this talk, Dr. Hamlin will explore the research on stress, and discuss the problems that can arise out of chronic stress that affect health and behavior in children with autism. She will present a common sense approach with strategies for regulating a child’s environment, interactions, and experiences as a way to reduce problem behaviors and increase functioning.

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Theresa Hamlin, EdD

Children with autism often experience very high stress levels in learning and social environments, which can exacerbate problem behaviors and damage their physical and emotional health. Stressed brains can’t learn. The good news is that there are things that you can do to reduce the burden of stress and increase functioning for children with autism. In this talk, Dr. Hamlin will explore the research on stress, and discuss the problems that can arise out of chronic stress that affect health and behavior in children with autism. She will present a common sense approach with strategies for regulating a child’s environment, interactions, and experiences as a way to reduce problem behaviors and increase functioning.

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