An online course created with Adelphi University, a lecture on sensory impairment, and the story of an Aframerican woman who teaches the value of life – in the pages of ‘Autism Today’

Dear Readers!

We present to you the May issue of ‘Autism Today’.

In this issue, you will learn about the practical online course being offered this fall by the ‘Children with Future’ Foundation and Adelphi University (USA). Read about the topics to be covered in the course in this issue.

Also, we publish a new lecture for you as part of an educational project on autism and inclusion. The founder of the ‘Child with Future’ Foundation and the ‘Autism-Europe’ Consul Inna Sergienko will talk about the problems of a child with sensory impairments.

In the end, we present the story of an Aframerican woman diagnosed with autism, who writes books and a blog where she inspires people to appreciate life and be able to move on.

And, traditionally, you’ll find interesting and up-to-date news about autism. So if you want to learn about a remote developmental program, an autism app, and assistance dogs, read our issue.