Thank you for registering for our upcoming web stream event, Supporting Indigenous Families Affected by Autism through Engagement and Research.
Date: Friday, November 22, 2019
Gerlach, A. J. (2015). Early intervention with Indigenous families and children in British Columbia : a critical inquiry (T). University of British Columbia.
Gerlach, A. J. , Browne, A. J. , Sinha, V. , Elliott, D. (2017). Navigating Structural Violence with Indigenous Families: The Contested Terrain of Early Childhood Intervention and the Child Welfare System in Canada. The International Indigenous Policy Journal, 8(3)
Gerlach, Alison & Elliott, Diana. (2017). Prioritizing Relationships and Relational Practices with Families Experiencing Social Marginalization. Childcare Exchange.
Ages & Stages Questionnaires – Cultural Adaptations Guidelines for Aboriginal Communities
The STAT™ (Screening Tool for Autism in Toddlers & Young Children)
This is not a guide to Indigenous research partnerships – Karen Adams, Shannon Faulkhead
Autism Videos @ ACT – 60 educational videos for parents and professionals
Building Respectful Relationships in Research with Indigenous People – Diana Elliott and Shannon Piedt (pdf) – Session 3 slides
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Aboriginal Infant Development Program, Aboriginal Supported Child Development, Simon Fraser University, and Dwyer Tax Law
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