Fact or Fiction? Myths and Misconceptions about the Educational Identification of Autism
Video: Fact or Fiction? Myths and Misconceptions about the Educational Identification of Autism
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In this special edition webinar, the IWGA addresses common myths and misconceptions about the educational identification of autism. Panelists discuss the differences between a medical diagnosis and an educational category, the use of specific tools, and the role of a team.