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Program Information


Webinar (Recorded): Croghan Foundation Early Childhood Webinar Series - Screening Practices for Autism Spectrum Disorder

Description:  ** Vimeo Webcast ** - This webinar will provide specific information pertaining to the importance of early screening for ASD. An initial discussion will ensue about the importance of early and routine developmental screening in the infant, toddler and preschool years. It will be followed by an introduction to ASD-specific screening tools. Case presentations will be utilized to illustrate several of these ASD-screening tools.
CASCE#:  50411
Audience:  Psychologists, licensed professional counselors, social workers, early interventionists, special education professionals, child service coordinators, child care workers, physical, occupational, and speech and language pathology therapists, parents of children with special needs, and all those working with children ages birth to five.
Disciplines: Mental Health
Format:  asynchronous workshop
Objectives:  1. Discuss the evidence-based tools used for developmental and ASD-specific screening in early childhood.
  2. Identify the pathways for referral and resources for children who fail screening measures in early childhood.

Program Times

May be viewed online until 6/30/2019 11:55 PM


Organization:  Online Course
Address:  Wake AHEC
City:  Raleigh
Map:  Show Me!


0.2 CEU

1.5 Contact Hours

1.5 Contact Hours (category A) CE for NC Psychologists


1.5 NBCC Hours


Elizabeth Crais, PhD

Program Fees

$20.00 Registration Fee.

Cancellation Fee

$0.00 Cancellation Fee.

Link Link

For more information, please call Wake AHEC at (919) 350-8547 or (866) 341-1814.

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