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Madrid: VS Barcelona: SDQualification: Master in Autism Spectrum Disorder issued by ISEP
The Master in Autistic Disorders provides knowledge and techniques in the following aspects: understanding of disorders, knowledge of early signs that lead to early detection, elements of action to reduce anxiety in the daily life of those affected, recognition of all aspects that surround this disorder, and presentation of various therapeutic approaches.
The Master in Autism will use a methodology based on the resolution of practical cases, in which specific cases of children and adults with autism spectrum disorders will be presented. Based on these cases, evaluation and intervention processes will have to be developed.Master's Program in Autism Spectrum DisorderBlock 1: Definition, Evaluation and Diagnosis in ASDModule 1: Definition of autism spectrum disorders.
Module 2: Evaluation and diagnostic process.
Module 3: Principles of intervention in ASD and TEACCH Methodology.Block 2: Early Care and Specialized Support Programs for Children with ASDModule 4: Early attention in ASD.
Module 5: Augmentative / Alternative communication systems in TEA.
Module 6: Positive Behavioral Support.
Module 7: Teaching autonomy skills in people with ASD.
Module 8: Music therapy in ASD.
Module 9: Sensory integration program.
Module 10: Oral language in autism spectrum disorders.
Module 11: Teaching of social interaction skills in ASD.Block 3: Education and Support Services for People with ASD and their FamiliesModule 12: New technologies applied to people with ASD.
Module 13: Family. Experiences and orientations from parents and siblings.
Module 14: School and TEA.Block 4: The Adolescent and Adult with ASDModule 15: Asperger's syndrome / high-functioning ASD.
Module 16: The adult with ASD.
Module 17: Sexuality and autism.
Module 18: Leisure and TEA.
Module 19: Practices / Memory of practices.
Module 20: Final Master's Project.Double DegreeWith this master's degree you get a double degree with the training itinerary that best suits your area of ​​intervention. Consult with your pedagogical advisor.DirectorRaquel Help. Psychologist Specialization in Research Techniques in Health Sciences. Founding member of the Centro Deletrea de Madrid. Since its creation, it carries out functions of counseling to families, evaluation, diagnosis and direct care for people with ASD and SLI.
Co-author with the Spells Team of the following books: 'Young children with autism: practical solutions for everyday problems' (Editorial CEPE, 2008), 'Asperger's syndrome: another way of learning' (Editorial CEPE, 2010), 'Asperger's syndrome: definition and treatment' (Editorial SINTESIS, 2012).
She is also co-author of articles on ASD published in the 'Revista de Neurología'.Competences of the Master in Autism Spectrum DisorderYou will understand the genetic, neurofunctional and cognitive mechanisms in autistic spectrum disorders and the application of instruments for early detection and diagnosis.
You will analyze the improvement programs of communication and social interaction in TEA: SAAC, oral language, interaction programs and HHSS.
You will describe the Positive Behavioral Support methodology and the teaching of autonomy and independent living skills.
You will carry out the orientation of educators and family members about the different types of autism, its detection, its treatment, existing resources and aids, etc.
You will independently develop action and intervention programs for this group in any vital context: school, clinic, health context, outpatient care, residence, leisure and free time context, support centers for families.
You will work cooperatively with interdisciplinary groups.Recipients of the Master in Autism Spectrum DisorderThe Master in Autism Spectrum Disorders is mainly aimed at graduates in Psychology, Pedagogy or Medicine, or graduates in Nursing, Physiotherapy, Social Work, Occupational Therapy, Teaching or Speech Therapy.Work - Master in Autism Spectrum DisorderShe works in educational centers, associations, early intervention centers and psychoeducational intervention centers, health centers and stimulation centers.