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AUCD - SIG: Autism

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pdf File Autism SIG Agenda.pdf (104KB) [download]

pdf File Autism SIG Small Group Discussion Questions.pdf (103KB) [download]

pdf File Autism SIG Small Group Discussion Notes.pdf (141KB) [download]

Monday, November 18, 2013 12:45 PM - 2:00 PM

Location: Mount Vernon Square

Session Description

Special Interest Groups, or SIGs, are made up of individuals in the AUCD network who have a common topical interest. SIGs, which are open to anyone in the network including trainees, serve as a mechanism for sharing information, engaging in dialogue, and generating new ideas. SIGs are led by one or more individuals from the network (with AUCD staff support if needed); they typically meet in-person at the AUCD Conference and may share information via emails, conference calls, or webinars throughout the year. Because SIGs are driven by the interests of the AUCD membership, new SIGs may emerge while ones that have run their course may disband.


CAAI Update
Introduction to Small Group Discussions
Small Group Discussions
     -The intersection of neurophysiological research and evidence-based/promising practices
      -Adolescents and Young Adults with Autism and Transition
      -The Business of ABA in states
      -Barriers of Autism Diagnosis and Treatment for Minority Populations
      -Serving Those with Co-Occurring ASD and Mental Health Issues
      -Evidence-Based Practices for ASD
Report Back/Large Group Discussion
Future SIG Events/What the SIG can do for You


Cathy Pratt, PhD