Autism Diagnostic Interview – Revised (ADI-R) Introductory Workshop

Event

22Sep202101:00
to
1Oct202104:00

6-session workshop – via Zoom (times in EDT)

This program is approved for CME accreditation.

WEEK 1

Wednesday, September 22 from 1–4 PM (3 hours)
Thursday, September 23 from 1–4:30 PM (3.5 hours)
Friday, September 24 from 1– 4:30 PM (3.5 hours)

WEEK 2

Wednesday, September 29 from 1–4:30 PM (3.5 hours)
Thursday, September 30 from 1–4:30 PM (3.5 hours)
Friday, October 1 from 1–4 PM (3 hours)

About the workshop:

This workshop is for anyone who wants to learn to administer the Autism Diagnostic Interview – Revised (ADI-R) interview as a developmental history.

The ADI-R is a standardized gold standard assessment tool. Using the ADI-R helps clinicians and researchers collect rich information toward establishing autism spectrum disorder diagnoses. The ADI-R can be administered via telehealth using videoconferencing.

The workshop includes:

  • A general introduction to ADI-R administration and scoring
  • Two live ADI-R administrations conducted by the trainer
  • Detailed coding discussions
  • Instructions for how to use and interpret the ADI-R algorithm
  • Information on clinical use (e.g., report writing), psychometrics, and research using the ADI-R

Pre-requisites:

None

Required materials:

  • Access to the ADI-R manual
  • Two ADI-R protocols and algorithm forms – please contact us if you need help accessing these

Registration fee:

$900.00 CAD (tax included) : Reduced fee for students, health care workers in the public system, and public school board employees in Canada

$1,200.00 CAD (tax included) : Standard fee

Click here to register

Once your application is accepted, we will hold your spot and send you a link for payment via credit card. When payment is received, your registration is confirmed. Spaces are limited.

Note: the ADI-R Advanced/Research Workshop is not offered at this time as it can only be provided in-person.

About ACAR:

The Neuro’s Azrieli Centre for Autism Research (ACAR) transforms research, training and care to improve the quality of life of autistic people and their families. Established in 2017 thanks to the Azrieli Foundation, ACAR operates in the spirit of Open Science, inclusion and community collaboration. The state-of-the-art research centre is committed to advancing understanding of the mechanisms underlying autism and related conditions, developing new diagnostic tools and effective interventions through translational research and integrated care, and training the next generation of fundamental and clinical autism researchers.
 

Contact Information

Contact: 
Jessica Charlebois, ACAR Clinic Coordinator
Organization: 
Azrieli Centre for Autism Research (ACAR) Clinic
Email: 
jessica.charlebois [at] muhc.mcgill.ca
Office Phone: 
438-349-9440
Mobile Phone: 
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