Science Cafe: Austism Spectrum Thursday, November 15, 2018, 6 – 8pm
Science Cafe: Austism Spectrum
Location of Event:Sacramento - Off Campus
Cost:Free
Contact Email:ftmalik@ucdavis.edu
Contact Phone #:916-703-9138
Event Type:Lectures and Seminars
Presented by:Community Engagement Program - Research and Education Community Advisory Board
Sponsored by:Clinical and Translational Science Center

NOVEMBER TOPIC | AUTISM SPECTRUM –
ACCESSING QUALITY CARE AND SERVICES

Autism research has led to earlier identification and treatment. Often families have challenges accessing quality services. Learn how our study team partners directly with community members – from doctors to teachers and family members to ensure recommended treatments are used widely.

A CONVERSATION WITH | AUBYN STAHMER AND ELIZABETH MORGAN

Aubyn is a professor in psychiatry and behavioral sciences at the UC Davis MIND Institute. Her research involves using community-partnered research models to move high quality care to schools and community settings for children with autism and their families.

Elizabeth is a doctoral student in human development at UC Davis. She is a parent of a child with autism and is an active board member for Warmline Family Resource Center in Sacramento, CA. 

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