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What is an Autism Spectrum Disorder? By Carolyn Kessler, Ph.D., Licensed Child Psychologist

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In recent years, autism spectrum disorders (ASD) have gained a great deal of attention for the rising prevalence of the diagnosis. This has created a greater level of awareness in our community, but also has lead to some misunderstandings about what ASD is. ASD is a developmental disability that affects three areas of functioning; these are language/communication, social functioning, and behavior.

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Park Slope Speech Therapy by a Speech Language Pathologist

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If you are a Park Slope or Windsor Terrace parent concerned about your young child’s speech, language, and/or communication development, you have come to the right place! Brooklyn Letters will add one of the top New York City speech language therapists to our team. Meet Dr. Michelle MacRoy-Higgins, Assistant Professor at Hunter College and South Slope resident. Her clinical and research interests include speech language delays in young children and she is a seasoned therapist!

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