Autism Case Training (Continuing Education)
Case Study A:
Appropriate, early, intensive educational therapies greatly improve long-term outcomes for children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Effective primary care management of ASD includes supporting families by providing referrals for appropriate therapies and community resources.
Case Study B:
Children with ASD often present with challenging or maladaptive behaviors that are commonly seen in addition to the core deficits. Pediatricians are often called upon to help evaluate children for underlying medical concerns and to facilitate obtaining appropriate treatment.
Case Study C:
Children with ASD present with issues and challenges similar to those of typically developing children, but special consideration may be needed when evaluating these issues and providing anticipatory guidance to families.
This module has been approved for the following:
- CME: 2.25
- CNE: 2.1
- CEU: 0.2
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 hours. You must complete all case studies in this module to receive continuing education hours; you can take them at once or at different times.
CME and Maintenance of Certification Approved
Physicians who complete all three modules and provide an accurate American Board of Pediatrics (ABP) number will also be credited 20 points toward Maintenance of Certification Part 2 through ABP.
The American Board of Pediatrics portfolios will be updated to reflect credit by the 10th of the month following completion of all courses. Any modules completed after December 1 will be credited for the following year. ABP will notify you by email when points have been applied. Direct any questions about this process to Dr. Jennifer Zubler at email@example.com.
How to Get Credit
Click here to learn how to get your credits once you’ve completed the modules.
- Page last reviewed: May 18, 2018
- Page last updated: November 1, 2016
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