ECHO Autism is an interdisciplinary learning network that offers training on evidence based practices and teaching through case based discussion. The ECHO model has been shown to increase knowledge and confidence in providing care to individuals with autism and other neurodevelopmental disabilities.
What can I expect during an ECHO session?
When you join an ECHO, you commit to actively participating in the “All Teach-All Learn” model. During each ECHO session, you will receive lecture-based instruction on a topic, followed by a case presentation and facilitated discussion. As an ECHO participant, you will have the opportunity to present a case, network with other participants, and expand your knowledge of care related to neurodevelopmental disabilities.
Depending on the curriculum and targeted audience, Continuing Medical Education (CME) and/or Continuing Education (CE) credits may be available. Please see flyers or program registration for more information.
What will I learn from ECHO Autism?
ECHO Autism topics will rotate throughout the year and new curriculum is being developed. Some examples of topics include: ECHO Autism: Primary Care Providers, ECHO Autism: Mental Health; ECHO Autism: Early Intervention.
What do I need to participate in this program?
- Internet access
- A front-facing camera on smartphone, tablet, or computer