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Saturday 18 Nov 2017

ASD & the DSM-V Positive and Negative Impact for Consumers

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Guest Presenters:

Raymond G. Romanczyk, PhD, BCBA-D
SUNY Distinguished Service Professor
Adjunct Professor of Psychiatry, SUNY Health Sciences Center, Syracuse

Laura B. Turner, MS
Doctoral Candidate, Department of Psychology
State University of New York at Binghamton

Significant changes will be made to diagnostic criteria for Autism Spectrum Disorders with the release of DSM-V. This presentation will provide an update on DSM-V criteria and release as well as a comparison to current criteria. Each time there has been a version change to DSM, significant impact has been seen for consumers, service providers, and researchers. Preparation for DSM-IV is essential, and many basic practices will require significant change. The presentation will highlight some of these, including the increased importance of diagnostic/assessment strategy, co-morbid disorders, and treatment planning. Several illustrations concerning co-morbid disorders will be provided.

When:
Friday, June 8, 2012

Time:
12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.

Where:
SARRC Main Campus
2225 N. 16th Street
Phoenix, AZ 85006

Cost:
$15 per person

Arizona Autism Coalition Parent Members: You are eligible for a 20% discount on all SARRC trainings using a discount code provided by the Coalition.  If you have a discount code, click the Discount? link above (to the left of the Get Tickets button) to enter your code and apply the discount.  For more information about the Coalition and this discount program, please visit their website at www.azautism.org or contact them via email at jessica@azautism.org.

Payment can be made online via credit or debit card or you can register online and choose “Other Payment Options” to pay with check, or purchase order.  If you select “Other Payment Options” you will be contacted to complete payment prior to the day of the event.

Contact & Registration:

Sheri Dollin (480) 603.3284
or email training@autismcenter.org

 

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