Module-III: Management

  1. Psychoeducational Approaches in Children with ASD – Lawrence Scahill, MD
    • Overview
    • Parent training approaches
    • Role of Parent Education
  2. ABA – Nathan Call, MD
  3. PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGICAL APPROACHES – Gagan Joshi, MD
    • Glutamate modulators

Learning Objectives

Psychoeducational Approaches in Children with ASD

At the end of this learning activity, participants should be able to:

  1. List the essential components of parent education for parents of children with autism spectrum disorder.
  2. Discuss the similarities and differences between parent training for disruptive behavior and parent education.
  3. Describe the superiority of parent training for reducing disruptive behavior compared to parent education.

ABA

At the end of this learning activity, participants should be able to:

  1. Identify the historical underpinnings of applied behavior analysis and how their pros/cons as they relate to the treatment of autism spectrum disorder.
  2. Describe many of the common features of ABA-based interventions for ASD.
  3. List the credentials held by individuals certified to provide ABA-based interventions.

PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGICAL APPROACHES

At the end of this learning activity, participants should be able to:

  1. Describe the evidence-based pharmacotherapy for core features of autism.
  2. Identify the unique role of glutamate modulating agents in the management of individuals with ASD.
  3. Describe the emerging role of neuro-imaging informed pharmacotherapy in ASD.
Course summary
Registration opens: 
11/21/2022
Course closes: 
12/19/2022
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Module-III: Management [Q&A with Lawrence Scahill, GJ]

  1. Psychoeducational Approaches in Children with ASD – Lawrence Scahill, MD
    • Overview
    • Parent training approaches
    • Role of Parent Education
  2. ABA – Nathan Call, MD
  3. PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGICAL APPROACHES – Gagan Joshi, MD
    • Glutamate modulators
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