At the Autism Research Institute we have focused on providing information that is unbiased and broad-reaching, to assist families in making informed treatment decisions. We also strive to provide professional education that gives thoughtful, inquisitive clinicians the means to offer appropriate support. We are grateful to our friends at the Johnson Center for Child Health & Development for working in partnership to offer several of these presentations.
Continuing education credits for healthcare providers (CME) and non-medical professionals (CE) are offered for the following:
- Immunological Factors, Genes and the Environment in Autism (4 hours)
- Prenatal Webinar Series* (10.5 hours)
More continuing education options will be added soon - please check back for more information.
Most free webinars at 1 pm ET (U.S.) / 5 p.m. GMT on dates shown - exceptions noted.
Join us live and ask your questions in real time:
May 30: Considerations for Parents of ASD Siblings* | Dane Mosher, DO REGISTER
SPECIAL EVENT June 1, 8:30-12:30 PDT: Immunological & Environmental Factors: Research to Treatment REGISTER
June 4: What Does Good ABA Look Like?* | Bobbie Edwards, BCBA REGISTER
June 18: Guardianship, Estate Planning, Trusts*| Clyde Farell, Financial Planner REGISTER
June 19: Environmental Risks & ASD | Pamela Lein, PhD
June 27: Complementary Care & ASD* | Dane Mosher, D.O.
July 2: Augmentative Communication & ASD* | Melissa Olive, Ph.D., BCBA
July 16: Needles & Nurses & Labs* | Jeanna Martinez, CCLS & Rebecca Flores, RN
July 17: "Is Your Child TILTed?" | Claudia Miller, PhD
July 25: Nutrition & Autism - Research Updates* | Kelly Barnhill, MBA, CN, CCN
Can't make it to the live event? After our live webinars and events are done, we share many of them for free on our YouTube Channel. Subscribe online and stay up to date with all our latest videos as they are released. SUBSCRIBE NOW
We've also archived many of our past conference presentations - view those here:
Past Conference Video Archives - 2011-12
* Presented in partnership with the Johnson Center for Child Health & Development