Year 1 core rotation. Fellows in this rotation evaluate primarily high-functioning children with prior diagnosis of, or a question of, autism spectrum disorder. Some have medical disorders that increase risk for ASD (e.g., epilepsy, genetic syndromes). Fellows conduct neuropsychological evaluations and function as part of a multi-disciplinary team of professionals. Differential diagnosis skills are emphasized, as many children referred to us for a question of ASD do not ultimately receive that diagnosis. Fellows receive individual and group supervision and participate in team meetings, case presentations and didactics. Year 2 elective rotations are available through CASD, including opportunities to work with very young children (CASD Developmental or Preschool clinic and “Mini-Team” cases), to provide consultative evaluations to patients with neurodiversity and gender diversity, and to provide treatment (group, individual, and/or family therapy) if desired.