Dan is exploring new ways to study siblings’ interactions in autism. He is also interested in the development of new methods to support and facilitate communication in non-speaking autistics. Dan’s experience as a counselor and clinical psychologist will be very valuable to create new tools that accommodate autistics with sensory motor needs and lead them to a path of greater bodily autonomy and brain predictive control. His work will help us unravel new ways to engage the public in a new narrative about autism, one that embraces the individual as an active member of our society and enhances social agency for all.
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