What Do We Know: Autism Screening, Diagnosis, and Supporting Young Children & Families

Event Type: Professional Development

Speaker Information: Hedda Meadan-Kaplansky, PhD

Children can be diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder as early as 18 months, but delays in social and communication skills and other signs can appear earlier in life. This webinar will cover the prevalence of autism in the US and common red flags. The screening and diagnosis process of young children with autism will also be discussed.  Strategies for partnering with and supporting families through this process will be shared.

This webinar carries several types of free CE credits including BACB credits. Learn more by visiting the event page

Cost: Free

Contact: Robyn DiPietro-Wells217-300-2915
rrwells@illinois.edu

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