Autism Case Training (Continuing Education)

Identifying

Case Study A:
Early Warning Signs of Autism Spectrum Disorder

Early warning signs alert providers to the risk of autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Recognizing these warning signs is necessary in order to know when to screen or further evaluate children for ASD and how to appropriately counsel families.

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Case Study B:
Screening for Autism Spectrum Disorder

Early identification of ASD and referral for specialized treatment greatly improves long-term outcomes for children with ASD. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends ongoing developmental surveillance at every visit, developmental screening at 9, 18, and 24 or 30 months, and autism-specific screening at 18 and 24 months.

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Continuing Education

This module has been approved for CE, see Course Detail for more information.

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  • Course Number: WB2769
  • CE Origination Date: November 1, 2016
  • CE Expiration Date: November 1, 2020

Following completion of all case studies in a module, please go to www.cdc.gov/TCEOnline to evaluate the course and receive a certificate of completion. You can also print an ongoing transcript of all your TCEOnline CE activities to secure continuing education.  You must complete all case studies in this module to receive continuing education; you can take them at once or at different times.

Please note: As of September 30, 2018, MOC-Part 2 credits are no longer available for this course. CME and other CE types are still available. 

Direct any questions to Dr. Jennifer Zubler at wyv4@cdc.gov.

How to Get CE

Click here to learn how to get your CE once you’ve completed the modules.