NJACE, through partnership with the Rutgers Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology (GSAPP), hosted the ADOS-2 Clinical and Toddler Trainings on June 10-12. The trainings are critical to expand the skills of professionals across the state who are able to diagnose individuals on the spectrum and to expand services for families in need of diagnosis. Overall, the training was offered to a wide range of professionals from psychologists, social workers, BCBAs, etc, with priority given to those working with a minority population and who are may be bilingual. Feel free to join the NJACE mailing list in order to find out about future trainings. We are looking forward to our Advanced Trainings on June 27-28.