Photos of Dr. Gil Tippy of Respecting Autism and Rebecca School presenting at the United Nations!
Posts Tagged ‘Respecting Autism’
Join Dr. Gil Tippy for a special webinar by ICDL at 4p EST on “DIR ® Schools in Action: Strengthening Capacities All Day, Every Day.”
Thank you to Parenting Kids With Special Needs for their Respecting Autism book review!
Dr. Gil Tippy, co-author of Respecting Autism appeared on Autism As They Grow on Special Needs Talk Radio (part of The Coffee Klatch).
Thank you to Rose-Marie of Adaptively Creatively for linking to Love That Max’s featured guest post from Dr. Tippy’s on “Myths and truths about autism from a doctor who knows” from her website.
Autism Light did a great feature on Dr. Stanley Greenspan and his work today, featuring a quote on Dr. Greenspan from Dr. Gil Tippy.
Dr. Gil Tippy, co-author of Respecting Autism and Clinical Director of Rebecca School, provided the keynote address this morning on “Development, Relationship, and Respect Amidst the Behavorial World of Autism Treatment” for Rebecca School’s “Teaching Through Relationships: A Developmental Model Through the Disciplines” Conference.
Recently, Dr. Gil Tippy was asked to contribute a special guest blog post on the acclaimed Love That Max (which has been featured as one of the Top 100 Mom Blogs on Babble and more), in honor of Autism Awareness Month. Ellen Seidman, creator of Love That Max, added: “Dr. Tippy is all about respect—for the kids he works with, and for their families. As you can see, it shines through in his responses.” Here is an excerpt from Dr. Tippy’s guest post, “Myths and truths about autism from a doctor who knows.”
In honor of Autism Awareness Month, we wanted to share with you the first chapter, “I’ll Run With You” from our book, Respecting Autism.
The Music Autist speaks on “Music Therapy Respecting Autism” including a respectful mention of our book, as well as the DIR/Floortime approach, and the music therapy being done at Rebecca School in New York City.