By Suzanne Oshinsky

Suzanne Oshinsky is a Los Angeles based artist. She received her BFA at Otis College of Art and Design in Fine Arts with a minor in Creative Writing. Her work focuses on cognition and the social phenomenology of perception. For the past 2.5 years and counting she has worked for the Center for Autism and Related Disorders filming and editing autism related content.

Doctor’s Sued Over ‘Dangerous’ Autism Treatment

The main thing that struck me after reading the article “Doctors Sued Over ‘Dangerous’ Autism Treatment“ in the Chicago Breaking News was the difference in perspective over what is considered desperate and what is considered proactive when treating autism.

ABA As A Way To Teach Executive Functions And Perspective Taking

In November the annual conference for the Missouri Association for Behavior Analysis (MOABA) was held. This year Dr. Jonathon Tarbox, who is the Director of Research and Development for Center for Autism and Related Disorders (CARD), was invited to give a speech. The focus of his speech was on the recent research and clinical practice conducted at CARD specifically within executive functions and perspective taking.