Understanding Autism Spectrum Disorders: From Diagnosis To Independence Seminar
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This one-day seminar is designed for special education teachers, administrators, classroom teachers, instructional aides, police liaisons, attorneys, mental health providers and parents.
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Although it is generally accepted that autism is a disorder which is present at birth, most children are not referred for an evaluation until language delays become most pronounced. The disparity between the early presence of the disorder and relatively late diagnosis appears to be due, in part, to a lack of appropriate screening and referral for young children. Recently, there has been increasing interest in the early identification and diagnosis of children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD).
School professionals working with students who have ASD will benefit from the experience of three experienced psychologists on the following topics:
Social skills training
The attendee will be able to discuss the characteristics of autism spectrum disorders.
The attendee will be able to identify the basic principles of intervention.
The attendee will be able to review social skills training techniques.
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