Navigating Mental Health Services in BC for Children/Youth with ASD

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Monday, November 1
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

  • POPARD
  • training_lib@autismoutreach.ca
  • Free

Having a diagnosis of ASD increases the likelihood of having mental health symptoms or a diagnosed mental health disorder. This session will:

  • Provide a brief overview of the most common mental health challenges among the ASD population.
  • Help parents/caregivers identify when to seek mental health support. 
  • Provide a review of how and where to access mental health support from primary care to tertiary care services.

Details & Registration

About this Workshop:

  • Presented via Zoom (the Zoom link for this session will be included in your confirmation email – if you don’t see a confirmation email after you have registered, check your junk/spam folder)
  • Audience: This training is primarily intended for parents and families of students who are on the Autism spectrum, however educators and other professionals may attend
  • This FREE 1-hour workshop will include 45 minutes of content and 15 minutes of Q&A   

Presenter: Chelsea Jelic (email Chelsea directly if you have any questions about this workshop: fsl@autismoutreach.ca)

Navigating Mental Health Services in BC for Children/Youth with ASD

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