Back to All Events

Presented by CARD: Neuropsychology of Autism

  • The Center at Lexington 465 North Perry Street Johnstown, NY, 12095 United States (map)

Neuropsychology is the study of how the brain relates to observable behavior. It offers a framework for understanding and intervening for individuals with ASD. In this session, presented by Jodie Cohen, Ph.D., participants will get familiar with the leading neuropsychological and neuroanatomical theories behind ASD. It will review how ASD affects cognition and behavior across neuropsychological areas (e.g. attention, social skills and motor development) and highlight promising, evidence-based interventions and strategies to support individuals with ASD in each area. Register online at nysrcasd.albany.edu/centers/card-albany/registrations/training-for-families/new.

Later Event: May 7
Splash the Spectrum