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Autism Awareness Month with Joy Keys

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SPECIAL GUEST: President and Founder Camille Proctor. The Color of Autism, is a Non-Profit (501 c3) organization committed to educating and assisting African American families with Autistic children. Autism affects children of every race, ethnic group and socioeconomic status. African-American children frequently are confronted with late diagnosis or misdiagnosis. Our goal is to help families identify the warning signs of autism early on. We can start to overturn these disparities by helping African-Americans with autism reach their full potential. Empowering families with information on autism that they can use to advocate services for their child. http://www.thecolorofautism.org

SPECIAL GUEST: Sonya Dunn is the producer and director of Screaming in Silence: Autism. Screaming in Silence: Autism is a documentary about the affects of Autism on African American families. 

SPECIAL GUEST:  Dr. Juhi Pandey is a pediatric neuropsychologist and scientist at the Center for Autism Research (CAR) as well as a Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychology at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. She came to CAR to complete her postdoctoral fellowship and remained on as one of the supervising clinicians for deep clinical characterization of participants coming through various research protocols. Dr. Pandey has a special interest in the early identification and diagnosis of ASD, clinical phenotyping, and brain-behavior relationships that impact diagnosis and treatment outcome and plays a clinical role on a number of infant and toddler as well as school-age studies at CAR. http://www.centerforautismresearch.com

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