Tag: CLI in the News

3 Factors That Decidedly Do Not Cause Autism

September 2, 2022 | Fatherly | by Rachel Crowell “Everybody wants to know what is causing this perceived increase in autism,” says Cathy Guttentag, PhD, a child psychologist and associate professor of pediatrics at the University of Texas McGovern Medical School in Houston. “There’s still some debate” about what’s driving these changes, she notes. “Are there really… Read more »

New developmental and behavioral pediatrician joins practice

September 12, 2022 | UT Physicians | by Simone Sonnier Gabriel Anzueto, MD, has joined the talented team at the Dan L Duncan Children’s Neurodevelopmental Clinic at the Children’s Learning Institute as the new medical director. The clinic is part of UT Physicians, the medical practice of McGovern Medical School at UTHealth Houston. As a developmental… Read more »

Different colors on Halloween hold special meaning

October 27, 2022 | UT Physicians | by Laura Frnka Davis “Using different colored pumpkins and candy buckets on Halloween is a great way for all children – no matter what disabilities or special needs they have – to feel included in the festivities,” said Gabriel Anzueto, MD, medical director of the Dan L Duncan Children’s… Read more »

Turning the Page

Fall 2022 | UTHealth Houston | by the Office of Development The conversation in the car ride home is a familiar one for Kimberly and Randall Velasquez. Their three-year-old son, Blake, received a book at his annual checkup, and while he can already recite his colors and numbers with pride, he doesn’t yet know how… Read more »

The Signs and Symptoms of Autism Spectrum Disorder

April 14, 2022 | KHOU: Health Matters | by Rekha Muddaraj The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports one in 44 children has been identified with autism spectrum disorder, which occurs in all racial, ethnic, and socioeconomic groups. Dr. Cathy Guttentag, a psychologist with the Children’s Learning Institute and UT Physicians, evaluates children who have been referred… Read more »

Encouraging Readers to Grow

August 25, 2022 | UTHealth Houston | by the Office of Development Helping children reach their full potential sets in motion a cascade of positive change. Each child served will grow to share the fullness of their talents. Each family will be stronger, each community more robust. These goals are at the heart of CenterPoint Energy’s… Read more »

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Autism: Myths Versus Facts

April 20, 2022 | UT Physicians | by Simone Sonnier Although autism is an extremely common disorder that affects millions of adults and children worldwide, there are still countless misconceptions surrounding the condition and its origin. “In the age of the internet and social media where we can access so much information, and it all looks very… Read more »

Researchers Focus On Early Childhood Educators’ Social and Emotional Well-Being with $2.1 Million Grant

April 19, 2022 | The Sector | by Jason Roberts Investigators at the Children’s Learning Institute at UTHealth Houston have been given a five-year, $2.1 million grant to test the impact of the Cultivating Awareness and Resilience in Education (CARE) program on the social and emotional well-being of early childhood educators in Head Start programs across three major cities in… Read more »

Dr. Zucker to Serve as NHSA Opening Keynote Speaker

April 14, 2022 The 49th annual National Head Start Conference, held at the Baltimore Convention Center, will offically begin with an opening keynote presentation by Dr. Tricia Zucker on Tuesday, May 3, 2022. Addressing an expected audience of over 3,000 attendees, Dr. Zucker will share how purposeful serve-and-return conversation helps children develop the oral language, vocabulary,… Read more »