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UBC ASAP Lab
Are you or someone you know on a journey of self-discovery and understanding autism? Are you passionate about autism and eager to enhance your knowledge to provide better assessments and treatments? Whether you’re a clinician, service provider, an autistic individual, a parent, or an ally, our upcoming virtual talk event, “Pathways to Diagnosis & Social Wellbeing in Autistic People,” is tailor-made to address your specific needs!
- 📅 Date: November 6th, 2023
- 🕕 Time: 6:00 PM (via Zoom)
Hosted by the Anxiety, Stress, and Autism Program (ASAP Lab), our Autism Evidence ASAP talk series is dedicated to delivering the latest timely and cutting-edge findings from research focused on the mental health of autistic individuals.
In this session, “Pathways to Diagnosis & Social Wellbeing in Autistic People,” we will delve into the latest research findings on the following two topics:
- Best practices and client-informed approaches in diagnosing autistic adults.
- Examining the role of social cognition (e.g., perspective taking abilities) in social well-being and mental health of autistic people.
Who Should Attend?
- Autistic Individuals: Empower yourself with knowledge to navigate your journey and improve your wellbeing.
- Clinicians: Enhance your assessments and treatment strategies with the latest research insights.
- Parents and Service Proivider: Gain a deeper understanding to provide support to autistic individuals.
Interested? Click here to RSVP for the event and receive the Zoom link one day before the event.
Learn more about the ASAP Lab on our website.