This is a free course for
professionals, families and others interested in learning about autism in young
children. It includes dozens of videos of toddlers with autism and their
families. Early detection, family
perspectives, and the importance of early intervention and routines based
supports are highlighted. Print
materials are available to support application of learning.
This is a self-paced course developed by Florida State University as part of a network of courses and resources in the Autism Navigator.
You can review the entire course without enrolling here on the EITA Portal. However, to receive a Certificate of Completion for 3 clock hours, you must finish the About Autism in Toddlers course and also successfully complete the required quiz and reflection activity for this course. You may use this Certificate of Completion toward Early Intervention Infant/Toddler training hours or for your professional development portfolio.
If you are interested in acquiring 3 PQAS hours for completing the course, you must first register for the About Autism in Toddlers course on the PD registry. You will be instructed to return to this site to complete your registration and move into the course activities.
Please keep in mind that regardless of how you take the course, you will be directed to the Autism Navigator webpage to access the course.
Credits: 3 Infant/Toddler credit hours, 3 PQAS hours (K1.7 C1) and certificate of completion for other parties
Intended Audience: All who are interested in learning about autism in young children.
Registration: Additional login information will be required. When you click on the Get Started button below, you will be redirected to our Moodle site. If you already have a username and password, you will be able to login using your existing account. If you do not have an account, you will be able to create one.