Meeting the Needs of Black Special Education Students
Top of Mind with Julie Rose
Taking out Assad, From Ex-Convict to Entrepreneur
Episode: Taking out Assad, From Ex-Convict to Entrepreneur
- May 8, 2017 11:00 pm
- 15:19 mins
Guest: Elizabeth Drame, PhD, Professor & Department Chair of Exceptional Education, University of Wisconsin Milwaukee Unlike some other diseases, autism appears to affect children of all races at the same rate. But when that diagnosis is made can differ pretty dramatically. It often comes several years later in African American children than in White children. As a result, African American children may require longer and more intensive intervention. Across the world in Africa, there are cultural barriers to treating autism.