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Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Women and Girls with Rett's: Access To Communication

Conference 2008, Chicago, IL

Access to Communication: "Working Together Makes it Better"

 Judy Lariviere, M.Ed., OTR/L
Assistive Technology Specialist & Occupational Therapist
 Links to Ms. Lariviere's materials and video from the conference:
Spare time over the holidays? Be sure to watch IRSF’s webinar recording from Oct. 23rd of Jennifer Larimore, PhD, Agnes Scott College and IRSF funded investigator, presenting “From Mind to Molecules: Neurobiology of RTT." Fresh from the annual Society for Neurosciences meeting, we heard the latest news in easy to understand terms. Fact: did you know that in 2 minutes, your brain consumes more energy than your legs need to run a marathon? Nourish your brain with this webinar, and nourish those brains of our children with Rett syndrome by exposing them to an enriched and varied environment every day! CLICK HERE to register and view the webinar.

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