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The Speech Language Pathologist Role in ASD Assessment

Presented By: Katie Mattingley, MS, CCC-SLP  

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After this webinar, you will be able to...

  • Will identify one differentiating feature between ASD and SCD  
  • Will name two autism specific measures typically used during an ASD evaluation  
  • Will name 3 social communication components assessed during an evaluation


Katie Mattingley, MS, CCC-SLP

Katie Mattingley is a state-licensed, board-certified (American Speech Language Hearing Association) speech language pathologist. She earned her Master of Science in Speech Language Pathology from Idaho State University in 2007. Katie worked as a school based SLP in Idaho and Montana before moving into consulting and private practice.  

Katie’s primary clinical focus is on differential diagnosis for autism, social communication, and language based learning disorders. Additionally, she specializes in best practice intervention for functional and social communication, cognitive flexibility, and behavior strategies for students with autism spectrum disorder, social communication disorder, and related diagnoses. In addition to mentoring and clinical services, Katie continues to work as a consultant with the Montana Autism Education Project.  

Katie's philosophy includes incorporating families, school teams, and related therapies to provide comprehensive programming for her clients. Treating the whole child and maintaining open lines of communication are important for reaching short term goals as well as achieving long term, functional success.

Disclosure Statements: Katie Mattingley is a presenter for The SLP Solution

  • Financial — Receives payment from The SLP Solution for presenting this information.  
  • Nonfinancial — No relevant nonfinancial relationship exists.  


  • 0-10 Minutes: Bio and Introduction 
  • 10-20 Minutes: DSM-5 Criteria 
  • 20-45 Minutes: The Evaluation Process 
  • 45-50 Minutes: Examples/Case Studies 
  • 50-60 Minutes: Summary and Q&A  
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