9:00 am - 11:00 am

Autism Spectrum Disorder and Mental Health will provide participants with an introductory understanding of autism spectrum disorder and commonly-occurring mental health diagnoses. Participants will review the core characteristics of autism; learn about prevalence and presentation, and be introduced to evidence-based resources that can be used to support individuals with autism who have mental health needs. Participants should have a foundational understanding of autism and/or previously attended Introduction to Autism Spectrum Disorder.

This training will review the core characteristics of autism, the prevalence of frequently occurring mental health diagnoses, how core characteristics of autism increase an individual's susceptibility to mental health disorders, and the factors that influence mental health disorders.

This training is offered in partnership with Trauma Matters Delaware (TMD).  CEUs from NASW pending.

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This course, Autism and Mental Health, Approval #02302023-1, provided by the DNEA is approved for continuing education by the NASW-DE Continuing Education Approval Collaborative.  CE Approval Collaborative Approval Period: Thursday, March 30, 2023 through January 31, 2024.  Delaware social workers will receive 2 General CE credits for participating in this course

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