GAIN Differential Diagnosis Workshops

The purpose of the differential diagnosis workshop series is to provide training about issues to consider when attempting to differentiate between ASD and other disorders associated with social-communication deficits and/or restricted and repetitive behaviors. The workshops are intended for clinicians and researchers involved in the diagnostic assessment of ASD. We will present recent research, including studies detailing the use of specific diagnostic instruments in particular populations, as well as clinical case examples and video clips about diagnostically differentiating behaviors. 

UPCOMING VIRTUAL WORKSHOPS:

Differential Diagnosis of ASD: Early Childhood (VIRTUAL)

The purpose of this workshop is to help clinicians understand how social communication abnormalities, restricted and repetitive behaviors, and developmental histories of children with ASD may be similar or different compared to children with other diagnoses (e.g., intellectual disability, language disorder, genetic syndromes) who commonly present for ASD evaluation in early childhood. The workshop will also discuss the uses and limitations of currently available ASD assessment tools, including sensitivity and specificity when used in different subgroups of young children.

DATE & TIME:

Friday, February 10, 2023, 11am-3pm EST (8am-12pm PST)

This workshop will be offered twice in 2023.  Both workshops will be the exact same so there is no need to attend both sessions.  

Differential Diagnosis of ASD: School Age and Adolescence (VIRTUAL)

The purpose of this workshop is to help clinicians understand how social communication abnormalities, restricted and repetitive behaviors, and developmental histories of children with ASD may be similar or different compared to children with other diagnoses (e.g., ADHD, intellectual disability, mood and anxiety disorders) who commonly present for ASD evaluations during later childhood and adolescence. The workshop will also discuss the uses and limitations of currently available ASD assessment tools, including sensitivity and specificity when used in different subgroups of school-aged children and adolescents.

DATE & TIME:

Friday, February 17, 2023, 11am-3pm EST (8am-12pm PST)

This workshop is offered twice in 2023.  Both workshops will be the exact same so there is no need to attend both sessions.  

 

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