ABCs of Behavioral Support in 2021

Melissa Olive, Ph.D., BCBA-D describes the components of a quality behavioral support program. She discusses controversial characteristics of applied behavioral analysis (ABA) and outlines current ABA best practices.

ABCs of Behavioral Support in 20212022-02-23T08:10:44-05:00

Call to Action for a Standard of Care

April 2 is World Autism Awareness Day 2021, and, after a challenging year, I'm issuing a call to action for establishing a standard

Call to Action for a Standard of Care2021-05-04T14:43:16-05:00

Donating Stock and Mutual Funds

Appreciated stock is a tax-deductible gift.  Appreciated stocks are a meaningful donation Gifting stock is a great way to support research that makes a difference. Donors also

Donating Stock and Mutual Funds2022-02-22T15:41:24-05:00

Autism prevalence rises to 1 in 54

1 in 54: New prevalence numbers from the CDC underscore the need for autism research funding March 27, 2020 The Centers for Disease Control

Autism prevalence rises to 1 in 542020-04-02T08:41:53-05:00

PANS/PANDAS – Research Updates

Susan Swedo, M.D. discusses research findings on causes, symptoms, and treatments for PANS/PANDAS. She highlights the differences in syndromes and diseases and discusses the diagnosis and clinical

PANS/PANDAS – Research Updates2022-02-23T11:29:59-05:00

Understanding Social Development in ASD

Dr. Matthew D. Lerner, Ph.D., discusses social development in individuals with autism. He emphasizes understanding theoretical mechanisms that underly processes generally accepted as social “skills.” The presenter outlines recent

Understanding Social Development in ASD2022-04-18T07:31:09-05:00

Inclusion: Effective Strategies

Learn inclusion strategies focused on reducing the likelihood of challenging behaviors in the classroom setting. Free certificates of participation are available upon successful completion of

Inclusion: Effective Strategies2019-10-04T04:09:48-05:00
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