july, 2021

27jul4:00 pm5:00 pmWhen Your Patient Thinks They're Autistic Event Organized By: University of Washington Autism Center, Center on Human Development and Disability Event Type:TrainingIn-person or Online:Online

Event Details

As awareness of autism increases, more and more people are wondering whether the diagnosis fits them. Many doctors,
therapists, case managers, and others find themselves speaking with patients who have self-identified as autistic or want a referral
for evaluation. This webinar will equip professionals to better navigate these discussions, including cases where autism does not
seem likely as well as cases where it does.

Course Objectives:
• Recognize how autism may present differently than the stereotypical image
• Be aware of barriers that limit adult access to formal autism evaluations
• Learn ways to best assist patients self-identified as autistic

Who should attend:

Medical, mental health, and other professionals whose
patients have brought up the possibility of autism

Instructor: Lucas Harrington, PsyD

WHERE;  Webinar
COST: $30 per person – *10% off for groups of 5 or more
*Recording of live webinar available for viewing between July 27 and October 27, 2021.

More information and to register



(Tuesday) 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm




University of Washington Autism Center, Center on Human Development and DisabilityCaring for individuals and families affected by autism spectrum disorders through exceptional clinical services, innovative scientific research and high-quality training. Our faculty and staff reach across the UW School of Medicine, College of Arts & Sciences, and College of Education.