Special Needs Children: A Risk Assessment Model for Developing Parenting Plans
Given the higher-than-national-average rates of special needs children in Utah, this webinar may be particularly relevant to practitioners here in the Beehive State. It is $15 for members, and is only an hour. AFCC webinars are automatically approved for APA CE Credit, and can easily be counted towards Attorney CLE credit.
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Daniel B. Pickar, PhD, ABPP
October 16, 2019
1:00-2:00pm Eastern Time US
Registration closes on Tuesday, October 15, 2019 at 9:00am Eastern Time.
Family courts have seen a dramatic rise in children diagnosed with various types of neurodevelopmental, psychiatric and medical syndromes. Commonly recommended developmentally-based parenting plans may be inappropriate with many special needs children; therefore, family court professionals face complex challenges in crafting appropriate parenting plans. This webinar will focus on three of the most frequently encountered types of childhood conditions: autistic spectrum disorders, ADHD, and depressive disorders. Presented will be a systematic approach to analyzing the risk and protective factors that should inform parenting plan arrangements with this varied population.
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