THRUSDAY & FRIDAY, JANUARY 17-18, 2019

8:30am-4:00pm Thursday & Friday

registration begins at 8:00am on Thursday

Participants will learn how to use the ADOS 2 in clinical practice to assess and diagnose autism. 

The ADOS 2 training will be held preceding the 26th Annual Statewide CARD Conference. Registration for ADOS 2 does not include admission to the CARD Conference or PEPSA Day Pre-Conference.

IMPORTANT

ALL PARTICIPANTS MUST HAVE AN ADOS 2 MANUAL.

If you do not have a manual, please use the ‘ADOS 2 Clinical Training + MANUAL’ ticket option.

All participants will receive a certificate of completion.
Please be aware that only medical doctors and psychologists or SLPs as part of a team may use the ADOS 2 to diagnose. All others may use it as a tool to evaluate an individual for progress.

 

CONTINUING EDUCATION UNITS

Continuing Education Units are contracted with various brokers. Fees are not assessed by the accrediting agency. The number of CEUs for the full ADOS 2 clinical workshop will be as follows: APA (12), ASHA(1.2)

 

 

This course is offered for 1.2 ASHA CEUs (Advanced Level, Professional Area.) Disclosure: Trainer Dr. Catherine Rice: Financial –Presenter is being paid a speaking fee from Providing Autism Links & Support. Non-Financial – No relevant non-financial relationships exist for this presenter.

 

 

 

American Psychological Association (APA): The UCF Psychology Clinic Advanced Clinical Training Services is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. The UCF Psychology Clinic Advanced Clinical Training Services maintains responsibility for this program and its content. These workshops have been reviewed and approved for the following contact hours: 12 CEs.  Questions concerning APA should be addressed to Dr. Michael Dunn, Michael.Dunn@ucf.edu

CEUs will be available for on-site purchase for $40 per discipline if you do not purchase them as an additonal item with registration. This fee is not charged by the provider. It is charged by the conference organizer.


HOTEL ACCOMODATIONS

Florida Hotel & Conference Center

$150*

All ADOS participants are eligible for the CARD Conference group rate. Visit the HOTEL ACCOMODATIONS to learn more about making your reservations.

*Mention ‘CARD’ for discounted rate.


CANCELLATION POLICY

All cancellations MUST be received in writing by the following methods.

Email: pals.florida@gmail.com
Mail:  PALS, Attn:  Cancellation, PO Box 781458, Orlando, FL  32878-1458 
postmarked no later than December 19, 2018

Registration cancellations received on or before the deadline will be eligible for a refund minus a one-time $30 processing fee. Note: The amount refunded will never exceed the amount paid.

Cancellation requests postmarked  AFTER December 19, 2018 and electronic cancellation requests posted after MIDNIGHT December 19, 2018,  will not be eligible for a refund.

Overview

This 2-day workshop teaches, through instruction and live demonstration, how to use the ADOS-2 to clinically assess and diagnose autism.

Description

The Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule 2 (ADOS 2) has become the standard instrument for assessing ASD across age, developmental level, and language skills. Participants will learn how to use the ADOS 2 in clinical practice to assess and diagnose autism. A combination of lecture, live demonstration, video presentation, and discussion will allow participants to practice scoring while observing the instructor administering the ADOS 2. The course will provide an introduction to the ADOS-2 (Module 1-4) as an assessment tool, and prepare the first step in the process for establishing reliability.  It provides an essential step toward competence in using the ADOS -2 as part of clinical assessment.

 

Who Should Attend?

Psychiatrists, psychologists, speech-language pathologists, occupational therapists, pediatricians, and other professionals who assess and diagnose autism spectrum disorders. ADOS-2 is intened for use by both clinicians and reseachers working with individuals with autism.