Professional Development and Parent Seminars are regional seminars throughout New York for school professionals and parents that disseminate information on effective programs, including, but not limited to, individualized supports and services and specialized curricula designed to address the skill deficits of students with autism spectrum disorders (i.e. social relationships and communication). Learn more about the Professional Development and Parent Seminars here.
The School Consultation Project provides training, resources, and consultation to school faculty, staff, administration, and parents to build capacity within the school regarding best practices in educating students with autism spectrum disorders. Learn more about the School Consultation Project here.
CARD Albany offers educational presentations on a variety of topics aimed at providing evidence-based information for parents and/or professionals. Learn more about Topics in Autism here.
CARD hosts a Spring Family Training Series created specifically for families of individuals with an autism spectrum disorder. Learn more about the Spring Family Training Series here.
Annually, CARD Albany invites distinguished autism experts to present on the latest cutting-edge research in the field, in areas such as genetics and brain imaging. Learn more about the Annual Distinguished Guest Lecture Series on Autism here.
The Center for Autism and Related Disabilities (CARD Albany) offers continuing education units (CEU) for professionals at many of our training programs. Please verify with each individual training that the desired CEU is offered and for the associated cost, as CEUs offered may vary by event. Learn more about Continuing Education Opportunities here.