Online Video CME/CEU Courses

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Welcome to HSCSN's Online CME/CEU Site

Teens TalkingWelcome to the online CME/CEU site for Health Services for Children with Special Needs, Inc. (HSCSN).

This portal offers a series of Continuing Medical Education (CME/CEU) online video courses: (I) Health Care Transition for Adolescents and Young Adults (1 course), (II) A Fresh Look at Autism Spectrum Disorder (3 courses), and (III) Creating a Medical Home for Individuals with Special Needs (3 courses). These oncline CME courses are free and available to a DC and national audience.

You can access these online learning opportunities via the links at the left or below:


I. Health Care Transition for Adolescents and Young Adults

This course offers a brief review of clinical recommendations on transition and the tested quality improvement model -- the Six Core Elements of Health Care Transition.™

  • Learn about the 2018 AAP/AAFP/ACP Clinical Report's new areas of emphasis and recommendations related to infrastructure, education and training, payment, and research
  • Learn about quality improvement opportunities for use in practice based on the Clinical Report
  • Become familiar with new practice, youth, and family resources

II. A Fresh Look at Autism Spectrum Disorder
(3 courses)

These courses present common co-morbid conditions, current DSM-V criteria and early differential diagnosis of ASD, and indicators for youth of ABA treatment.

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III. Medical Homes for Individuals with Special Needs
(3 courses)

These courses demonstrate how to create a medical home for children with special needs, how to coordinate mental health screening and services, and how to transition to adult care.

To receive credits and certificate, participants must score 70% or above on the online post-tests in order to apply for credits.

System Requirements

233MHz Intel Pentium II processor or equivalent
Windows 2000, Windows ME, Windows NT 4.0 or later, Windows XP
56K modem
65,000 color video display card

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