OHSU

Community-based ASD Identification

ACCESS:  Assuring Comprehensive Care through Enhanced Service Systems for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders and other Developmental Disabilities.  State Implementation Grant for Children and Youth with ASD and other Developmental Disabilities awarded to OCCYSHN in November, 2013. Announcement Number:  HRSA-13-207

The ACCESS project is working to support the building of local medical-education ASD identification teams in alignment with the recommendations of the Oregon Commission on Autism Spectrum Disorders, Subcommittee on Screening, Identification and Assessment.  The project is focused on increasing community capacity to provide timely and valid team evaluations for the identification of ASD in young children, birth to 5.  The project will improve medical home practices' delivery of comprehensive, coordinated health care and related services for children with ASDs and other developmental disabilities.  

Background:

Recommendations of OCASD Subcommittee on Screening, Identification and Assessment (SIA) can be found here: www.orcommissionasd.org/images/uploads/OCASD_2010_Report_FINAL.pdf

 

TRAINING & RESOURCES for Local Teams

 

Training Archive

 

March 1st, 2013

May 3rd, 2014

  • OCCYSHN Partners Spring Training - Day 3 - Autism Presentations

October 3rd, 2014

Tools, Information and Resources for Providers

 

Resources for Providers to Share with Families 

 

Forms and Procedures for ASD Identification Teams

 

Webinar Materials

Case Study: Genetic Disorder
DSM 5 Review/Discussion
Case Study: ASD vs. ADHD