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The Autism Dad Podcast - Rob Gorski EPISODE 26, 31st July 2020
How COVID19 Impacts the Autism Community (feat. Alycia Halladay) S3E26
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How COVID19 Impacts the Autism Community (feat. Alycia Halladay) S3E26

In this weeks episode, I speak with Alycia Halladay again. Alycia is the Chief Science Officer at the Autism Science Foundation. We recently had a discussion about how COVID19 impacts the Autism Community. We talk about family stress, school related safety concerns and even touch a bit on the upcoming COVID19 vaccine because the antivaxxers are already moving to discourage people from taking a COVID19 vaccine when it's ready.

About Alycia:

Alycia Halladay is the Chief Science Officer at the Autism Science Foundation. She oversees the science programs and portfolio of ASF. She previously served as Senior Director of Environmental and Clinical Sciences at Autism Speaks. She holds a PhD in psychology from Rutgers University and completed a post doctoral fellowship in pharmacology and toxicology at Rutgers University

Website: https://autismsciencefoundation.org/

ASF Vaccine Rescources: https://autismsciencefoundation.org/what-is-autism/autism-and-vaccines/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/AHalladayASF

Support The Autism Science Foundation

Please remember that self-care is more important than ever. It's not easy but we have to do our best to look after ourselves, especially during these turbulent and uncertain times.

Please listen and share with anyone that could benefit.

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