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New Webinar and Event Recordings Available

December 04, 2022

The COVID-19 pandemic has created many new challenges for families. Members of the Autism and Developmental Disabilities Lab, in collaboration with our community partner ACT - Autism Community Training, have been a part of various webinars detailing our research insights. The webinars and recorded events can be found on our Webinars page in our resources section on our website. 

You may also be interested in checking out the interviews and articles about Dr. Iarocci and the research team created by various news outlets across Canada and BC. Visit our page ADDL in the Media to see these articles. If you would like to contact us to learn more about our research or get in touch with Dr. Iarocci, please visit our About page. 

Pictured: Free webinar hosted by ACT - Autism Community Training, titled "Using Enforced Family Time to Support Learning at Home". Dr. Grace Iarocci, Dr. Georgina Robinson, and Dr. Anthony Bailey are pictured and are presenters for this webinar. Click here to access the free webinar!
Pictured: Free webinar hosted by ACT - Autism Community Training, titled "Autism, Anxiety and COVID-19". Presenters Dr. Grace Iarocci, Dr. David Worling, and Dr. Anthony Bailey are pictured and are presenters for this webinar. Click here to access the free webinar!
Pictured: A free event hosted by Simon Fraser University, titled "Addressing the Impact of the Pandemic on Families of Children with Special Needs". Among the presenters pictured are Dr. Grace Iarocci and doctoral student Vanessa Fong, who discuss their research on this topic. Click here to access the event recording!
Pictured: A free webinar by Reach Learning titled "What Does Family Quality of Life Mean to You?". Pictured are Dr. Emily Gardiner and ADDL doctoral student Vanessa Fong, who present on their research in quality of life for families . Click here to access the free webinar!