As a leader in the assessment and treatment of autism spectrum disorders, CADB recognizes the need to teach, train and assist other professionals in order to build capacity in the community and beyond. To accomplish this CADB offers a variety of training opportunities to clinicians and researchers, both junior and senior.
These opportunities can be didactic in nature (e.g., workshops, trainings in specific diagnostic instruments) as well as part and full-time training positions (e.g., post-doctoral fellowships). In order to support our community, CADB staff provide consultation to local schools and agencies.
Consultation and training opportunities are listed below:
- Clinical training opportunities
- Workshops and lectures
- Community training in specific treatment approaches including Early Start Denver Model, Pivotal Response Training, Structured Teaching/modified TEACCH approaches, Positive Behavior Support
- ADOS-2 and ADI-R training