"Recovery" towards? The implication of recovery-oriented policy for the autism spectrum disorder - A phenomenological approach to "best-practices"
Keven Lee is a PhD student in Rehabilitation Science at McGill University. Working with Dr Melissa Park for his MSc and now doctoral studies, Keven is interested in what movement-based intervention can bring to individual with autism and their families. As a professional dancer working with Montreal-based and international choreographers, Keven is also interested in the philosophy of how dance and movements emerge from the body and serve as exploration of one’s own possibilities to act upon the world and to cultivate possible selves[-with-others].
Research on the autism spectrum disorder (ASD), over the past decade, lead to a reconceptualization of the diagnostic and of our perspective of the spectrum from a social-cognitive stance to a more embodied... [ view full abstract ]
Keven Lee (McGill University), mm park (Mc)
V2B » Oral Posters: Communication; interventions II (15:20 - Friday, 16th September, Moorfoot Room)
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