Supporting children on the autism spectrum by supporting parents

Event status:

Join us to hear Associate Professor Kristelle Hudry share her program of research on childhood autism and the efficacy of early, and very-early, low intensity intervention.

Date:
Wednesday 01 December 2021 12:30 pm until Wednesday 01 December 2021 01:30 pm (Add to calendar)
Contact:
Dr Stacey Hokke
s.hokke@latrobe.edu.au
Presented by:
Associate Professor Kristelle Hudry
Type of Event:
Public Lecture; Seminar/Workshop/Training
Cost:
Free

Join us to hear Associate Professor Kristelle Hudry share her program of research on childhood autism, early intervention and the experiences of children, parents and families.

Dr Kristelle Hudry is Associate Professor of Developmental Psychology with La Trobe University’s Department of Psychology and Counselling where she leads the Childhood Autism Phenotype Team (CAPTeam), supervises student research and teaches psychological research methods and topics on child development. Her research interests are in early childhood development (from birth to school entry), including but not limited to conditions like autism. Here, her focus is on developmental learning processes, including the emergence of early signs, the diagnostic process, and how core signs of autism and associated skills might be modified through experience, such as intervention.

Kristelle completed her PhD at the University of Queensland, and then spent five years abroad in the United Kingdom, where she held post-doctoral positions at the University College London Institute of Child Health (2006-2008) and Institute of Education (2009-2010). Kristelle returned to Australia in 2010 to join La Trobe University on a continuing Teaching and Research appointment. She has maintained collaboration with the UK-based Preschool Autism communication Trial (PACT) and British Autism Study of Infant Siblings (BASIS) teams, and extended this collaboration nationally to achieve the recently-completed Australian Infant Communication and Engagement Study (AICES), a multi-site randomised controlled trial of pre-emptive intervention for infants showing early signs of autism funded locally by La Trobe University’s UDRFA and the AutismCRC.

Join us using this Zoom link.

The Judith Lumley Centre holds open lunchtime seminars on the first Wednesday of every month from February to December from 12.30 - 1.30 pm and also extra seminars at different times. These seminars showcase the work of national and international academics/researchers.

Our lunchtime seminars are free and open to all. They are delivered in accessible academic language and members of the wider community are welcome to attend

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