Transitions Through to Early Adulthood in Autism Spectrum Disorder: Bridging the Gap from Research to Practice
February 5, 2016
9:00 am - 3:15 pm
As clinicians in the field it is hard to keep up with the fast paced world of research and how that can impact your practice. What are the new findings and how can they be applied to my practice? Special emphasis will be given on points of transition - from first diagnosis to first treatment, to transition to school to transitions out of school and into the workforce. How do these transitions impact services, what unique needs are at each point and what is our role as community providers? This class is for all levels of providers and cases will be discussed incorporating the latest in research and available literature (i.e., the new National Autism Indicators Report). This course is appropriate for all levels of clinician and will be presented by Cheryl Klaiman, PhD.
View the full course description for more information and to review Dr. Klaiman's professional qualifications.
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