May 1, 2020
8 a.m. - 3:15 p.m.
3333 Richmond Road Conference Center
Hanna - A
3333 Richmond Rd.
Beachwood, OH 44122
Presented by Dr. Meghan Barlow, Ph.D. and Dr. Heather Dukes-Murray, Ph.D., this intensive and knowledge-rich seminar goes beyond the basics of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) assessment and intervention. We will review in-depth information to help psychologists, therapists, counselors, educators, administrators, speech language pathologists, and other intervention providers better understand the autism diagnostic process, identify symptoms in commonly missed populations, and better understand how ASD impacts academics as well as how it can result in functional impairment in the school and other settings.
Practical, targeted intervention strategies to help children and adolescents with ASD make progress in social skills, executive functioning, emotion regulation, anxiety, and motivation are heavily interwoven throughout the day. You will leave empowered with tools to help your clients/students with ASD make meaningful progress.
- Identify common factors contributing to misdiagnosis and be able to provide information about how individuals may present differently with ASD.
- Understand current ASD measures and methods of assessment.
- Identify how autism impacts learning, information processing, and attention in a practical, applicable manner.
- Identify interventions and accommodations to help students with ASD learn and thrive in the classroom.
- Utilize specific interventions to assist individuals with ASD in decreasing anxiety.
- Utilize specific interventions to assist individuals with ASD in improving executive functioning, social skills, and emotion regulation.
Download the full course outline.
Who Should Attend
Psychologists, therapists, counselors, educators, administrators, speech language pathologists and other intervention providers who want to know more than the basics about autism spectrum disorder, the diagnostic process, the impact on learning, and ways to intervene across settings.
Earn up to 6 CEs:
- OPA - Ohio Psychological Association
- Ohio Counselor, Social Worker, Marriage and Family Therapist Board
- Ohio Speech and Hearing Professional Board (Pending Approval)
Impact Professional Development maintains responsibility for the program and its content.
DISCLAIMERS/CANCELLATION and REFUND POLICY
A full refund is provided for cancellations received via writing within 5 business days prior to the workshop date. Credit for a future workshop will be given in the event a cancelation occurs less than 5 business days before the workshop date.
If a workshop is canceled by Impact Professional Development due to inclement weather, presenter health/emergency, etc., registrants will receive their choice of either a full refund or credit for a future workshop.
Payment is due before each workshop. In the rare event that payment is not received prior to the workshop (at the approval of IPD), the CE certificate will be withheld until paid in full.
ACCOMMODATIONS FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES
We are happy to accommodate your ADA needs; please call at least two weeks prior to the conference date to make arrangements.
COURSE COMPLETION REQUIREMENTS AND CERTIFICATES OF ATTENDANCE
In order to receive CE credits, (besides payment requirement noted above) attendees must be present for the duration of the training evidenced by signing in and out on the attendance sheet provided by Impact Professional Development. Attendees may arrive no more than 10 minutes late or leave more than 10 minutes early to receive credit for a program. A completed workshop evaluation form is also required by those attendees who wish to receive CE credits.
Attendance at Impact Professional Development events constitutes an agreement by the attendee to IPD for use of the attendee’s image and/or voice in photographs/videos/podcasts.
Drs. Barlow and Dukes-Murray are psychologists in private practice. They are not affiliated with any commercial products and do not have conflicts of interest with any information provided during the presentation.
As there are different fields attending this workshop, participants are responsible for understanding the scope of their practice and considering the information presented within the context of that scope of practice. Participants are responsible for identifying activities that may be beyond the boundaries of their practice in accordance with and in compliance with your professional standards.