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ECHO Autism Resources

Educational resources for primary care practices caring for children with autism are available through the Child Development Center (CDC) Research Office at Nationwide Children’s Hospital.

The program, called “ECHO Autism,” includes a series of virtual learning sessions for medical providers facilitated by autism and behavior experts designed to increase confidence in identifying and treating autism symptoms, expand knowledge about behavioral treatments and provide access to the Autism Intervention Research Network Project. Participating practices earn CME credits.

Interested practices should contact the CDC Research office at (614) 355-7500 or CDCResearch@NationwideChildrens.org.

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