Should you restrict your child under the age of 24 months from using all digital media completely? What if your child has already been exposed to media for many years, is it too late to set limits?
Here is a case example for discussion where early media exposure can mimic Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) in some children.
Free Journal of Medical Investigation article here:
Dr Le discusses in a Facebook Live video, a journal article authored by Numata‐Uematsu 2018 et al from the Department of Pediatrics, Tohoku University School of Medicine.
Continue reading Attachment Disorder and Early Media Exposure: Neurobehavioral symptoms mimicking autism spectrum disorder Facebook Live Discussion
“The State of Wellbeing” Symposium:
(L to R) Ilona Boniwell positive psychology expert (UK), Shawn Kasbergen Director of Student Wellbeing Scotch College, Annette Bulling Project Lead SAHMRI, Dr Huu Kim Le Child Psychiatrist and Lead Author CGI Clinic
Scotch College in conjunction with South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI), invited Dr Huu Kim Le to speak with 150 students from 15 Schools across Adelaide at “The State of Wellbeing”, a student focused Mental Health Symposium on Monday 26 September. He was joined by leading experts in positive psychology and wellbeing from Adelaide and internationally.
Continue reading Dr Le Keynote at The Adelaide Student Mental Health Symposium
A baby’s brain is “experience dependent” for the development of pathways involved in emotional regulation and communication with others. Essentially, how you interact with your baby affects how your baby’s brain develops.
Continue reading How your screen use can affect your baby’s brain development
“Are you a gamer?”
As a doctor specialising in Internet Gaming Disorders, this is a common question I get asked.
Continue reading Epic Wins: How YOUR favourite game can help you today