In RDI, we really believe in parents and we also believe that there is a developmental structure inherent in the way children are raised worldwide. And that just because that’s difficult for parents who have a child on the spectrum, it doesn’t mean it’s impossible.
Dr. Gutstein talks research, dynamic intelligence and going into the future.
I haven’t found one paper written, and I’ve read everything, that talks about the potential for remediation of these areas: of neural remediation, of psychosocial remediation. Not one. It’s all about can we teach people other ways of functioning, or just neglecting it completely and not even thinking about it.
There’s still an implicit assumption that people with Autism have to fake it, or that if you just get them to behave a certain way, that that’s a sign of great progress. We have to change it.
Dr. Steven Gutstein explains how the RDI Model doesn’t teach skills, but improves the brain’s ability to function in a way that leads to more successful outcomes.
Dr. Rachelle Sheely speaks directly to parents about how to move forward after an autism diagnosis.
Dr. Gutstein talks about the importance of placing high expectations on our children in order to see growth.
How does Dynamic Intelligence help in treating autism?
Dr. Steven Gutstein explains why parents are the most important factor in their child’s treatment.
Dr. Steve Gutstein discusses the myth that teaching eye contact is the key to autism treatment.
In this episode, Dr. Gutstein attacks the myth that all persons with ASD are the same. https://youtu.be/UMAkY5YlKME Subscribe on iTunes here
This week, Dr. Gutstein explains the divide existing between autism research and clinical intervention.