Training

ADOS-2 Training and supervision

OTARC’s affiliate in the Department of Psychology and Counselling, Dr Kristelle Hudry, leads the Childhood Autism Phenotype Team (CAPTeam) which offers training and supervision in ADOS-2.

To find out more and to register for ADOS-2 training click here

An OTARC researcher

Talks, seminars and training

OTARC researchers are qualified to present talks, seminars, training sessions and workshops. Please contact the researchers below to find out more about topics that interest you.

Professor Cheryl Dissanayake

Email: c.dissanayake@latrobe.edu.au

  • Child-caregiver attachment in ASD
  • Early identification and diagnosis of ASD in infants and toddlers
  • Growth in children with an ASD
  • Asperger's Disorder and Autistic Disorder: Similarities and differences and changing diagnostic systems (ACER WS)
  • Social cognitive and social emotional development in ASDs
  • The development of understanding of the self in children with an ASD
  • Pretence in children with an ASD
  • Training community-based health professional to recognise the early signs of an ASD in infants and toddlers
  • Research in ASDs

Dr Josephine Barbaro

Email: j.barbaro@latrobe.edu.au

  • Early identification and diagnosis of ASD in infants and toddlers
  • Diagnosing ASDs from infancy to adulthood: Who's involved, what to look for, and the assessment process. (ACER WS)
  • Training community-based health professional to recognise the early signs of an ASD in infants and toddlers

Dr Darren Hedley

Email: d.hedley@latrobe.edu.au

  • The Dandelion Project: Training adults with autism for employment

Professor Amanda Richdale

Email: a.richdale@latrobe.edu.au

  • Sleep difficulties associated with ASD
  • Educational issues
  • Comorbidity of ASD with other disorders or conditions (Fragile-X Syndrome, ADHD, anxiety and depression)
  • Asperger's Disorder and Autistic Disorder: Similarities and differences and changing diagnostic systems (ACER WS)
  • Diagnosing ASDs from infancy to adulthood: Who's involved, what to look for, and the assessment process. (ACER WS)