Sensory Processing / regulation

  


Sensory Processing / regulation

Keeping your body healthy requires protection from your environment. How do Cornelia's process signals they receive about danger? How do they keep their body warm.When all this functions well you feel secure and in general is thought of as Well-being. How can we understand and take care of this Well-Being

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Paul Mulder

Paul Mulder

specializes in assessment of children and adults with severe and complex autism spectrum disorders, especially supportive communication, social-emotional functioning, sensory information processing and cognitive development in children and adolescents with autism spectrum disorders

He is behavioral specialist at Autism Team Northern-Netherlands, Jonx, the child- and adolescent psychiatry service of Lentis Psychiatric Institute in Groningen. 

He did his PhD on "Cognition, self-injury and autism in Cornelia de Lange Syndrome: their mutual relationships and genetic background.” 

He is behavioral advisor of the Dutch CdLS group and board member of the scientific advisory council of the CdLS World Federation.

Anne-Marie Bisgaard

Anne-Marie Bisgaard

Anne-Marie is a consultant paediatrician specialized in child neurology and neurodevelopmental disorders. She works at Center for Rare Diseases and Center for Rett syndrome at University Hospital of Copenhagen, Rigshospitalet.

She did her PhD within the clinical genetic area in 2007 (The phenotype of patients with submicroscopic chromosomal abnormalities and mental retardation. Description of new microdeletion syndromes.). Since then, her research focus has been on neurodevelopmental disorders, which in recent years mainly has been within Cornelia de Lange syndrome and Rett syndrome and related disorders. The focus is both on the molecular causes and mechanisms for disease and on clinical issues and how to manage these.  

Before then, Anne-Marie did her training at several paediatric departments in Copenhagen and Næstved and at the Epilepsy Hospital in Dianalund.

She is member of the Scientific Advisory Committee of the Danish Association of Families with CdLS and of the Scientific Advisory Council of the International CdLS Federation.

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