Workshop Title

Recognizing and Addressing ASD Early: Research and Resources Supporting Early Intervention Professionals

Related Website

http://www.drexel.edu

Brief Biography

Debra Langer is a researcher at the A.J. Drexel Autism Institute and for the Eastern Autism Services, Education, Resources and Training (ASERT) Collaborative, funded by the Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare Bureau of Autism Services. Ms. Langer has worked on autism-focused state and local projects for the past 3 years. Before working in the autism field, Ms. Langer led state and federal research projects and programs addressing addiction in Pennsylvania for six years. Ms. Langer is currently completing her doctoral degree in community health and prevention at Drexel and holds a Master’s degree in public administration from the University of Pittsburgh.

Other Presenter Biographies

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Workshop Description

This workshop will introduce professionals and families to the latest science on early recognition of ASD. It will highlight Autism Navigator, a new web-based educational tool through which professionals can learn to recognize the signs of ASD in very young children, have a resource for ongoing consultation in everyday practice, and gain skills to collaborate with families.

Start Date

3-5-2013 2:15 PM

End Date

3-5-2013 3:30 PM

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May 3rd, 2:15 PM May 3rd, 3:30 PM

Recognizing and Addressing ASD Early: Research and Resources Supporting Early Intervention Professionals

This workshop will introduce professionals and families to the latest science on early recognition of ASD. It will highlight Autism Navigator, a new web-based educational tool through which professionals can learn to recognize the signs of ASD in very young children, have a resource for ongoing consultation in everyday practice, and gain skills to collaborate with families.

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