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Autism 101 and 200 Series – 2019 Schedule

We are pleased to announce the dates of our quarterly Autism 101 classes and a brand new line up of the Autism 200 Series lectures for 2019

Autism 101 is a free lecture intended for parents and families of children recently diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD). There is no need to register in advance to attend.

Lectures are held at Seattle Children’s Hospital’s main campus in room RC.3.905 near the River entrance unless otherwise noted. Parking at Seattle Children’s main campus is free in Lot 1 for those who attend the lecture in person.

2019 Class Schedule:

  • Jan. 24, 2019
    7 to 8:30 p.m.
    Presenters: Dora Hall, ARNP and Rachel Earl, Ph.D.
  • Apr. 25, 2019
    7 to 8:30 p.m.
    Presenters: David Camenisch, MD and Sandy Trinh, MS
  • Jul. 25, 2019
    7 to 8:30 p.m.
    Presenters: Lindsey Miller, ARNP and Anita Wright MS CCC-SLP
  • Oct. 24, 2019
    7 to 8:30 p.m.
    Presenters: Felice Orlich, Ph.D. and David Eaton, ARNP

Autism 200 is a series of 90-minute classes for parents and caregivers of children with autism who wish to better understand autism spectrum disorder. Faculty from Seattle Children’s and the University of Washington and community providers teach the classes. Each class includes time for questions. 

Classes are held on most third Thursdays of the month from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Pacific time and can be also be viewed on Facebook Live.

2019 Series Schedule:

  • Autism 201: The State of Autism in 2019
    January 17, 2019
    Instructor: Jim Mancini MS, CCC-SLP
  • Autism 202: Best Practices in ASD Treatment: Applied Behavior Analysis Update
    February 21, 2019
    Instructors: Mendy Minjarez, PhD and Elizabeth Hatzenbuhler MS, BCBA
  • Autism 203: The Visual Pathway in ASD: Explicit Teaching Methods to Promote Social Communication
    March 21, 2019
    Instructor: Georgina Lynch, PhD
  • Autism 204: Perspectives on Psychiatric Treatment of Autism Spectrum Disorder
    April 18, 2019
    Instructor: Hower Kwon, MD
  • Autism 205: Gender Diversity and Autism: Exploring Identity, Healthcare & Advocacy
    May 16, 2019
    Instructors: Felice Orlich, PhD and Rachel Earl, PhD
  • Autism 206: Transition to Adulthood: “My physical body and mind started shutting down”: Autistic burnout and the costs of coping and passing
    July 18, 2019
    Instructor: Dora Raymaker, PhD
  • Autism 207: Transition to Adulthood: Abuse and Neglect of Adults with Developmental Disorders
    August 15, 2019
    Instructor: Rachel Loftin, PhD
  • Autism 208: Crisis Support and Autism for Complex Behavioral and Mental Health Needs
    September 19, 2019
    Facilitator: Eric Boelter PhD, BCBA-D
  • Autism 209: Autism Care Planning: Recommended Interventions, Resources and Support
    October 17, 2019
    Instructor: Karen Sporn, ARNP
  • Autism 210: A Panel Discussion: Perspectives from the Autism Community
    November 21, 2019
    Facilitator: Gary Stobbe, MD

Autism 210 – Finding Common Ground: A Panel Discussion

This month’s Autism 200 series class is Autism 210 – Finding Common Ground: A panel discussion between Autistic and Parent Advocates.

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Autism 209: Let’s Talk About AAC and Autism Spectrum Disorder

This month’s Autism 200 Series class is Autism 209: Let’s Talk About AAC and Autism Spectrum Disorder.

Our instructors are Megan Pattee, MS, CCC-SLP and Jo Ristow, MS, CCC-SLP

Many children with ASD face challenges communicating. Luckily, communication is more than the words we speak. The goal Read full post »

Autism 208: Hiding in Plain Sight: Girls With Autism Spectrum Disorder

This month’s Autism 200 Series class is Girls With Autism Spectrum Disorder.

ASD is disproportionately diagnosed in males over females, possibly because of genetic and neurological protective effects but also because of biases in the way in which clinicians and the community view autism as a “male” disorder. In this presentation, we will review the recent research on females with ASD and focus on females with ASD from a cultural and clinical perspective. We will discuss how ASD Read full post »

Autism 207: Behavioral Supports for Adults with Autism

This month’s Autism 200 Series class is Behavioral Support for Adults with Autism.

A proportion of individuals with ASD display some form of challenging or disruptive behaviors such as aggression, self-injurious behavior, or property destruction.

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