We are happy to announce that Sunfield Center in collaboration with the University of Michigan School of Kinesiology is offering an Introductory Clinical Workshop on the Autism Diagnostic Interview-Revised.
Sunfield Center is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. Sunfield Center maintains responsibility for this program and its content. Sunfield Center designates the following CEs for this training:
ADI-R Training: 14 CE credits. There is a $20 fee for CE credits.
Autism Diagnostic Interview – Revised (ADI-R) Clinical Training
Dates: November 6 & 7, 2017
University of Michigan
Ann Arbor, MI.
This training is designed for clinicians with a prior background in autism, clinical interviewing and assessment of individuals with ASD. Psychologists, physicians, speech-language pathologists, social workers as well as professionals and graduate students in related fields are welcome to apply. Those who intend to use the ADI-R in research, must attend the ADI-R Research Training and establish research reliability with a designated research group. Learning objectives include: Observe administration of the ADI-R, recognize red flags for behaviors that are indicative of a diagnosis of Autism, discuss and practice coding of the ADI-R, practice using the algorithm to determine autism classification, practice administration of the ADI-R, assess developmental history and current concerns to rule out autism
During this two-day workshop, trainers will provide an overview of ASD including the importance of early diagnosis and treatment and best practices for diagnosing ASD. Additionally, trainers will present on the clinical use of the ADI-R including a review of administration and scoring procedures. The ADI-R (authored by Michael Rutter, Anne Le Couteur, and Catherine Lord) is a comprehensive interview that provides a thorough assessment of individuals suspected of having an autism spectrum disorder. The interview questions, which are administered to caregivers, cover several content areas including early development, language acquisition/possible loss of language or other skills, current functioning in regard to language and communication, social development and play, as well as restricted interests and repetitive behaviors. The ADI-R in conjunction with the Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule-2nd Edition (ADOS-2) has proven very effective in diagnosing autism spectrum disorders in individuals suspected of having autism.
Independent trainers will be providing the workshop through a variety of teaching methods, including lectures, videos, coding discussions and administration of the instrument.
Application form: Please complete and mail this application with your payment to Sunfield Center as soon as possible in order to secure a training spot.
Early bird registration fee:
Complete applications postmarked on or prior to Friday, September 15th will qualify for the early bird registration fee of $650.
Regular registration is $700.
Please note that there will be no refund once the payment is processed.
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