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Division helps launch Interacting With Autism website

Oct 1, 2013, by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address), in General News

Interacting With Autism

Interacting With Autism, a video-based website, was unveiled at a Sept. 28 launch celebration at the USC School of Cinematic Arts co-sponsored by the USC Division of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy.

Originated three years ago by University Professor Marsha Kinder and Distinguished Professor Mark Harris, the website features documentary-style videos in a format that invites visitors to interact with the topics at hand. Kinder conceived and directs The Labyrinth Project, an interactive digital initiative, and Harris is an Academy Award-winning documentary filmmaker.

Associate Dean and Chair Florence Clark and alumna Janet Gunter OTD ‘10, MA ‘95, BS ‘94 are featured in a six-minute video about occupational therapy’s roles in treating children with autism and their families.

Read more about the website and launch at USC News.

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