This module expands on the general harmful impacts of screens and dives deeper into how these effects can be even more significant for children on the autism spectrum. Children with ASD often have a unique relationship with technology, navigating both its benefits and drawbacks. While screens can sometimes provide a comforting space for communication and learning, excessive screen time can have detrimental effects on regulation, social interaction, and overall cognitive development. In this new module, you will learn about: - The neuroscience behind ASD and screen usage - How screens can affect regulation in autistic brains - The impact of screens on social skills development - Strategies to manage screen time effectively for children with ASD Our Occupational Therapist who has deeper knowledge of autism and toxic screens will guide you through the latest research and practical strategies, equipping you with the knowledge and tools to navigate screen usage effectively for children with ASD. With our resources, we aim to foster healthier digital habits, promoting both online and offline learning experiences that respect and enhance the individual neurology of children on the autism spectrum. Enroll now to delve into this specialized knowledge and contribute positively to the development and well-being of children with ASD in the digital age.
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