|Event Title||Introduction to Autism Spectrum Disorder (AFIRM4Paras Type-II CEs 2021)|
|Date/Time||01/04/2021 - 12/31/2021 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM||Event Price|
Thank you for registering for AFIRM Module: Introduction to Autism Spectrum Disorder for 3 Continuing Education units (CEs).
This online self-paced module is designed for professionals who work with and/or support learners with autism and their families in a variety of learning environments.
Autism spectrum disorders (ASD) is a lifelong developmental disability that primarily affects social communication. In this AFIRM module, Introduction to Autism Spectrum Disorder, professionals will identify characteristics of ASD, including social communication, repetitive behaviors, thinking and learning, determine how to support learners with ASD, and complete activity-based scenarios that promote real-world application.
NOTE: If you have found this course through the UNC Event Registration System, you will need to go to the AFIRM website (afirm.fpg.unc.edu) to register and take the Introduction to Autism Spectrum Disorder module. Once you complete the module, you will have the option to pay for the CEs through the UNC Event Registration System.
SAVE THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION:
Within 45 days of receipt of payment, after confirmation of completion of module requirements, your 3 CEs certificate for AFIRM Module: Introduction to Autism Spectrum Disorder from AFIRM will be emailed to you.
Please ensure that we have your full legal name, a valid email, and your BCBA membership number. This information is needed for the CE Certificate.
If you have questions about registering or obtaining your CEs, please email the AFIRM Team at: firstname.lastname@example.org