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July 22, 2021

As You Age, Does Autism Change? Julie Meyerowitz (Part 1)

As You Age, Does Autism Change? Julie Meyerowitz (Part 1)

Autism can change. With early diagnosis and the right support, children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) can develop their social, cognitive, and language skills. In this interview, I talk to Julie Meyerowitz who is a speech-language pathology She has...

People with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) often experience changes in their symptoms as they age. Some of these changes may be mild, while others may be more significant. It's important to remember that everyone experiences ASD differently and there is no one right way to live. The most important thing is to enjoy life and not let ASD keep you from doing the things you love.


Key Take-Aways From The Episode

  1. How does autism change with age?
  2. can autism change over time

About The Guest

Julie Meyerowitz, MS, CCC-SLP, of Hear My Words, has been a practicing speech-language pathologist in school and home settings in NY, PA, WA & MD since earning an M.S. degree in speech- language pathology from TC, Columbia University in 2008.

She has worked successfully with children ages 2-21 with a variety of communication needs, but has found the most remarkable gains with her clients diagnosed with ASD.

Her dedication to her clients with ASD has inspired her to train as an RDI consultant. Julie is now accepting new RDI clients.

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