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Webinar: Tony Charman and Catherine Lord on the Lancet Commission and ‘profound autism’

 /  26 January 2022
The Presenters
Tony Charman
Chair of clinical child psychology, King's College London

Catherine Lord
Distinguished professor of psychiatry and education, University of California, Los Angeles

On 26 January, Catherine Lord, distinguished professor of psychiatry and education at the University of California, Los Angeles, and Tony Charman, chair of clinical child psychology at King’s College London in the United Kingdom, spoke about the Lancet commission’s recommendations and the use of the term ‘profound autism.’ The transcript is available for download. Read the follow-up article, Your questions about the Lancet Commission and ‘profound autism,’ answered

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