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IPS 542 Health and Behavioral Care Planning and Intervention for Adults with ASD 3.0 Credits

Students acquire in-depth knowledge of integrated, interprofessional treatment approaches to ASD and learn strategies for managing acute and chronic health and behavioral problems experienced by adults with ASD. Core features manifest differently based on age and environmental stressors, therefore the students learn how to predict and prevent problems in a variety of health care settings and circumstances as individuals with ASD require treatment for other medical and mental health conditions.

College/Department: College of Nursing Health Professions
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

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