LIVE Online details
Participants must attend/complete all elements:
(Registration is for both sessions)
Pre-workshop activity – approx. 1hr self paced activity sent a week prior
Live session 1 – Tuesday 16 June 2020, 1-4pm AEST
Live session 2 – Tuesday 23 June 2020, 1-4pm AEST
Working with individuals with ASD can be a complex and challenging area of practice. This session will provide participants with knowledge and understanding of Autism Spectrum Disorders in early childhood to age 7 years.
Upon successful completion of this workshop, participants will be able to:
Understand the diagnostic criteria for ASD (American Psychological Association, 2013) and discuss the role of speech pathologists in diagnosis of ASD.
Discuss the current evidence base of ASD intervention
Describe key socio-communication and learning to learn skills critical to early intervention and explain at least one strategy for teaching each of these skills.
Describe the ABC model and why it is an important component to functional communication training.
Identify possible functions of behaviour when given descriptive data.
Set clear and achievable goals for functional based communication and develop a plan of activities and strategies for achieving those goals.
Who should attend?
This workshop would be relevant to speech pathologists who work with children diagnosed ASD or related disabilities, and/or young children not yet diagnosed that are demonstrating signs and symptoms of ASD.
Some experience or knowledge of ASD presentation and symptoms would be beneficial. Speech pathology students who have a clinical interest in ASD and/or who have had clinical placement experience in ASD are welcome to attend.
If you have any questions about the workshop or venue, please contact Shirani Gomes, CPD Coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have any questions about the registration process please contact National Office email@example.com