Families with Autism Medical Lecture Series (FAMLS)
The Autism Treatment Network (ATN) at Nationwide Children’s Hospital hosts a series of small workshops featuring local experts discussing medical care and treatment for children with autism. The “Families with Autism Medical Lecture Series” or FAMLS is free for families and professionals.
The Autism Treatment Network (ATN) at Nationwide Children’s Hospital provides comprehensive, coordinated, multidisciplinary, care to children with autism and their families. Coordinated subspecialty care such as Sleep, Genetics, Neurology and GI as well as Family participation play a vital role in our Family Centered Care approach.
The ATN is the nation’s first network of hospitals and physicians dedicated to developing a model of comprehensive medical care for children and adolescents with autism. The ATN is dedicated to providing comprehensive, multidisciplinary care to children and youth with autism within their local communities.
The “Families with Autism Medical Lecture Series” or FAMLS is a series of interdisciplinary workshop featuring local experts discussing medical care and treatment for families with children with autism. The series will features professionals in Sleep, Genetics, GI (Gastroenterology), Neurology, Medication, Medication Management and Family Centered Care.
Family Centered Care is a key element in the design and management of effective treatment teams for children with autism. The FAMLS series will offer educational sessions to assist parents as they navigate the maze of care and treatment options for children with autism.