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Training Competencies

Preliminary Areas of Competency in Understanding The Major Characteristics Associated with Children and Youth with Autism Spectrum Disorders

(Specific areas for individual service team members will vary depending on role, children served, and desired outcomes.  Additional Areas may be added to cover other topics and strategies).

Area 1:

Autism Spectrum Disorders and Behavior

Area 2: Communication

Area 3:

Social Skills

Area 4:  Stereotyped

And Repetitive Behaviors

Area 5: Sensory


Area 6: Neurobiological and Medical Aspects of Autism


Communication Development in Typically Developing Children

Social Development in Typically Developing Children

Stereotyped and Rep. Beh. in Children with ASD

Sensory Development in Typically Developing Children

Neurological aspects of child development.

Understanding ASD

Communication Development in ASD

Social Development in ASD

Conducting an Inventory of Stereotyped & Rep. Beh.

Sensory Issues in Young Children with ASD

Assessment tools in neurobiology.

Screening Methods

Conducting a Communication Inventory

Social Skills in Toddlers and Young Children with ASD

Determining the function of some stereotyped behavior

Sensory Issues in Youth with ASD

An overview of findings on the Neurobiology of children with ASD

Diagnosing Children with ASD

Augmentative and Alternative Communication In ASD

Social Skills in Youth with ASD

Sensory Issues in adults with ASD

Common Medications prescribed for children with ASD

Using  a behavioral model for understanding autism

Social Language Use in ASD

Social Skills in Adults with ASD

Dietary Issues in the treatment of ASD

Collaborative Team Approach and the need to target generalization

Pragmatics in children, youth, and adults with ASD

Social Skills in the work place

Gastro-intestinal Issues

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