The School of Education, Health and Human Performance is offering a two special topics courses this summer. The first, Characteristics & Procedures for Individuals with Autism or Closely Related Disorders, has already started and will run through June 24.
The second, Characteristics & Procedures for Individuals with High-Functioning Autism/Asperger’s begins June 2. This course, EDFS 796, runs through July 2 and meets online. It targets high-incidence populations with ASD and provides an in-depth evaluation of issues, challenges, and possible solutions for individuals with high functioning autism/Asperger’s syndrome. Other topics include co-occurring disorders, assessment, educational planning and programming options, issues in transition, family and community aspects, and current controversies.
If you have any interest in this course, please contact Marie Manning at 843.953.1987.
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