Course 1 of 3: The Early Detection of Autism in Children and Recommendations for Therapy
Detecting Autism at an Early Age
Observe the early warning signs of autism by comparing behaviors of typically developing children with those of children on the autism spectrum.
About the course
This video highlights early warning signs of autism spectrum disorders as they present in children 36 months of age and younger. Examples of symptoms are shown from the three domains of autism: (1) language and communication, (2) reciprocal social interaction and (3) repetitive and restricted behaviors. In this course, expert narration and video footage work in tandem to describe the core deficits in children with autism spectrum disorders and show differences between typically developing children and children on the autism spectrum.
- Identify the early warning signs of autism in children three and under from each of the three domains of autism identified in the DSM-IV DSM-V, and ICD-10.
- Understand the differences in developmental milestones between typically developing children and children at risk for autism.
- Recognize that Early Intervention services are most effective when provided at very early ages thus the importance of identifying warning signs as early as possible.
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Deborah Fein, Ph.D.
Professor, Departments of Psychology and Pediatrics University of Connecticut
- None of the speakers will be discussing the off-label use of any products. This CME activity has no commercial support associated with it.
- Developmental Pediatricians
- Speech Therapists
- Physical Therapists
- Occupational Therapists
- Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Teachers and Therapists
- Family Practice Physicians
Preview a chapter today: Restricted & Repetitive Behavioral Interests
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