Trouble du spectre de l’autisme

Trouble du spectre de l’autisme

Understanding the characteristics of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and their implications for behavior, learning and the ability to process information is critical. This course will give you a fundamental understanding of what ASD is, how it is diagnosed, the primary areas of impairment, and why prevalence is increasing.

Examine the developmental and sensori-motor differences that may impact academic, play, social and self-help skills at different stages of life, including the transition to higher education and employment. Gain a clear understanding of how sensory regulation differs for individuals on the spectrum, and explore practical tools for identifying triggers and communicating feelings. Learn to use evidence-based practices to provide effective interventions and explore typical strengths and weaknesses of individuals on the spectrum in relation to identified impairments. The course culminates with a description of the ASD system of care, an overview of the National Standards Report studies and treatments, and an explanation of how evidence-based practices are established and implemented. Those seeking a more in-depth, instructor-led experience are encouraged to check out the Professional Concentration in Autism offered by UC Davis Extension:

Prérequis - Condition d'accès

for anyone working or interacting with those on the spectrum -- educators, clinicians, counselors, therapists, medical staff, family and employers.


* Course Information & Overview of ASD * Developmental Differences in Autism Across the Lifespan * Patterns of Strengths and Weaknesses *Understanding Sensory Regulation Differences *Using Evidence-based Practices

Institution / Organisme :
UC Davis

Dates :
Toute la journée,
14/04/2020 - 31/12/2020

Equipe pédagogique

Patricia Schetter Project Coordinator, Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities





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