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Interactive Autism Network (IAN)

Sunday, March 9th, 2008
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ian_logo.gifIf you are a parent and are looking for a great opportunity to get involved in autism research, you should check out IAN, the Interactive Autism Network.  IAN was established in January 2006 at Kennedy Krieger Institute and is funded by a grant from Autism Speaks. IAN’s goal is to facilitate research that will lead to advancements in the prevention, treatment, and cure of autism spectrum disorders.  Joining IAN will help you better understand the research process, help you keep up with some of the latest and most cutting-edge research findings, better understand the value of research, and even influence the direction future research.

What is IAN Research?

B & E 3.JPGIAN Research allows parents of children diagnosed with an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) to participate in research over the Internet. Parents provide information about their child’s diagnosis, behavior, family, environment, and services received. Parents may also report on their child’s progress over time.

Who can participate in IAN Research?

To register and answer research questions in IAN Research, you must live in the United States and be a biological or adoptive parent of a child under the age of 18 who is diagnosed professionally with one of the following disorders:

  • Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
  • Autism
  • Asperger Syndrome
  • Autistic Disorder
  • Pervasive Developmental Disorder (PDD)
  • Pervasive Developmental Disorder-Not Otherwise Specified (PDD-NOS)
  • Childhood Disintegrative Disorder (CDD)

The child should not have a diagnosis of Rett Syndrome.

What are the benefits of joining?

Teacher and Girl.JPGYou will be able to participate in important research on ASDs. IAN will provide tools that help you monitor your child’s progress over time and explore how your child is similar to (or different than) other children affected by this disorder.

Exciting News in Medical Care

Friday, December 14th, 2007
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 NEW YORK, NY (Dec 12, 2007) – Autism Speaks, the nation’s leading autism advocacy organization, today announced its Autism Treatment Network (ATN) would triple in size, expanding from five sites to fifteen sites across the United States and Canada. The ATN is a group of hospitals and medical centers dedicated to improving medical care for children and adolescents with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and to standardizing the care those individuals receive.

The ATN’s multi-disciplinary approach includes collaboration among specialists in areas including, but not limited to, neurology, developmental pediatrics, child psychiatry, psychology, gastroenterology, genetics, metabolic disorders, and sleep disorders. The network aims to develop common clinical standards for medical care for individuals with ASD and to increase the pool of autism medical specialists through trainee mentorship and outreach to community-based physicians. As part of this effort, families receiving care at the sites can participate in a data registry that tracks children and adolescents receiving ongoing care at participating sites. The information in the database is a crucial part of developing the evidence to create and substantiate these clinical consensus standards.

“It is imperative that all children, no matter where they live, have access to excellent, evidence-based medicine,” said Autism Speaks President Mark Roithmayr. “The continuing expansion and funding of the ATN is a significant step in that direction.”

“This dramatic expansion of the Autism Treatment Network provides real opportunity to improve the quality of health care that children and youth with autism receive, and for more children to receive that care,” said Dr. James Perrin, Director, Clinical Coordinating Center, ATN, and Director, General Pediatrics, Massachusetts General Hospital for Children. “Developing common standards of medical care across fifteen sites will allow us to get answers to the questions parents ask about their children’s care much more quickly.”

The participating ATN sites are: University of Arkansas and Arkansas Children’s Hospital (Little Rock, AR); Kaiser Permanente Medical Care Program Northern California (San Jose, CA); University of Colorado Denver, School of Medicine and The Children’s Hospital (Denver, CO); Kennedy Krieger Institute and Marcus Institute (Baltimore, MD/Atlanta, GA); LADDERS/Mass General Hospital (Boston, MA); University of Missouri (Columbia, MO); Columbia University Medical Center (New York, NY); University of Rochester (Rochester, NY); Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center (Cincinnati, OH); Bloorview Kids Rehab, Surrey Place Centre and The Hospital for Sick Children (Toronto, ON, Canada); Oregon Health & Science University (Portland, OR); University of Pittsburgh (Pittsburgh, PA); Vanderbilt University Medical School (Nashville, TN); Baylor College of Medicine (Houston, TX); University of Washington (Seattle, WA).

The ATN began as a collaboration between the Northwest Autism Foundation in Oregon and Massachusetts General Hospital for Children in Boston. In 2005, the network was established with five founding sites that came together to establish multi-disciplinary practices for the evaluation and treatment of the underlying medical conditions associated with ASD. These sites currently provide services to approximately 2,000 new cases of ASD each year, and all have taken critical steps to broaden the services available to all children in these centers. The Autism Treatment Network merged with Cure Autism Now in 2006. In February 2007, Cure Autism Now merged with Autism Speaks.

To find out more about the Autism Treatment Network, or to get connected to a site in your area, visit www.autismspeaks.org/science/programs/atn/index.php or email: atn@autismspeaks.org.

The above article is reprinted with permission and can be found in its entirety at http://www.autismspeaks.org/press/atn_network_expanded.php

How to Select an ABA Service Provider

Monday, July 2nd, 2007
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000_51_Clark_reading.pngIf you are struggling with finding a quality service provider for your child, or if you are wondering if the ABA services you are receiving are appropriate, the ABA Autism Special Interest Group, with funding from the New Jersey Center for Outreach & Services for the Autism Community, have provided a set of guidelines that are extremely valuable:

ABAAutismSIG Gdlns 2007.pdf

In this document, they provide consumers with information about board certification for ABA providers and wha100_0152.JPGt other qualities to look for to increase the chances of receiving the quality services that your child deserves.  They note that certification is NECESSARY, but not SUFFICIENT for selecting a qualified professional.  In other words, someone who provides ABA services and who is not certified should be questioned regarding their education and ability to provide services.  However, just having that is not enough, you should look at the applicant’s experience with autism, and with the age group and functioning level of your child. 

This document was put together with a lot of expertise and thoughtfulness, I hope you find it helpful!

Technology Feedback for Department of Education

Thursday, May 31st, 2007
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If you would like to put in your 2 cents regarding the use of technology in education, here is your opportunity! 

It is very important for teachers, parents, and service providers working with the schools to give their input as this kind of feedback may affect future programs and funding!

You can fill-out the virtual roundtable comment form and your ideas will be read by Secretary Spellings and the Department of Education.  There are only a few very pertinent questions, this should only take about 5 minutes for you to complete and it could make a big difference!

 

ABA Conference - Memorial Day Weekend, 2007

Monday, May 21st, 2007
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Coming up over Memorial Day weekend is the next ABA (Association for Behavior Analysis) conference in gorgeous San Diego, California!  This year there are more interesting presentations and opportunities for learning than ever before.  One of the most interesting things is seeing the advancement of ABA for treatment of children with autism and how even the most structured approaches are now realizing how critical generalization, creativity, and flexibilty are for the optimal treatment outcome!  This modern philosophy in ABA demonstrates that intervention can be extremely effective, scientific, and socially relevant.  I also am very interested to see the presentations on technology (although there are still only a few of these!!).

Here are some things that I recommend checking out if you plan to attend (workshops have an additional fee but are nice because they are more focused and detailed and you often have less crowds to deal with).  These suggestions are ones which would appeal to someone interested in autism and who holds a similar treatment philosophy to TeachTown (i.e. using sound principles of science, but realizing the importance of generalization and natural routines):

teachtown cloud background1.JPGTEACHTOWN EVENTS!!

***STOP BY OUR EXHIBIT BOOTH ANY TIME THROUGHOUT THE CONFERENCE FOR DEMOS, INFORMATION, OR JUST TO MEET OUR TEAM!!!****

*#218 Symposium—5/27/07—1:30-2:50pm—America’s Cup AB
BACB CE Offered. CE Instructor: Philip N. Chase, Ph.D.

Empirical Validation of Internet-Based Curriculum
Chair: Philip N. Chase (West Virginia University)
Discussant: Satoru Shimamune (Hosei University)

The current crisis in education recognized by a variety of reports, studies, and commentators could have serious long-term effects on children world wide. In response to this crisis a number of behavior analysts have targeted the empirical validation of curriculum for their research agenda. In particular, with recent advances in computer technology, there has been a strong interest in developing and evaluating internet curricula. Three examples are Headsprout, a program that teaches beginning reading, iLearn a middle school mathematics curriculum, and TeachTown, a program for autistic children. This symposium will present the current data and methods used to evaluate these programs. Emphasis will be given to descriptions of the how these programs have integrated single-subject methods with program evaluation methods, methods for evaluating teacher and other professional implementation, and more traditional random controlled studies to create a thorough method of empirical validation.

An Evaluation of the Effectiveness of iLearn Math in Improving Math Achievement in Middle School. ROBERT L. COLLINS (iLearn, Inc.)
Abstract: The effectiveness of iLearn Math in improving math achievement was evaluated in the sixth grade of a Title I middle school in a rural area of Georgia using a quasi-experimental design. The Experimental Group used iLearn Math as their only math instruction for the school year. The Control Group received their regularly-scheduled traditional classroom instruction. At the start of the year, there was no difference between the two groups on an experimenter-developed pretest. At the end of the school year, differences were assessed using scores on the Georgia Criterion Referenced Competency Test (CRCT) administered annually to all six-grade students in Georgia. For the iLearn Group, 87% of the students met or exceeded the standard on the CRCT vs. 65% for the Control Group. The state average was 74%. In addition, 28% of the iLearn Group exceeded the standard vs. 10% for the Control Group.

Education and Treatment of Children with Autism Using Computer-Assisted Programs from TeachTown. CHRISTINA WHALEN DALLAIRE (TeachTown)
Abstract: Because of the numerous education options available for children with autism, many of which are not supported by research, the use of evidence-based practices is particularly important for this population. With recent advances in computer technology, there has been a strong interest in the use of computer-assisted instruction (CAI). Due to the unique characteristics and learning styles of children with autism, the interest and need for CAI is especially strong. TeachTown: Basics utilizes not only computer instruction and data tracking, but provides off-computer generalization activities and a communication system for the child’s team. Several research studies have been or are being conducted to assess the efficacy and expand this product. In addition, research is underway for the design of future products. Data from these studies will be presented along with a discussion of the importance of developing evidence-based technology for children with autism and the implications for designers and researchers.

Headsprout Early Reading: Multi-Year, Multi-Site Measures of Effectiveness. Janet S. Twyman, T. V. Joe Layng, and DEBORAH HAAS (Headsprout)
Abstract: This presentation will first review the teaching routines used, the critical reading repertoires taught, and the formative evaluation data which shaped Headsprout Early ReadingR, a scientifically-based, empirically validated online early reading program. The presentation will then focus on data from the growing body of summative, or large scale, evaluations of the program. Data will be presented from empirically-based case studies, outcome measures from field use, multi-year evaluations, and perhaps of greatest importance, controlled research featuring unbiased group assignment.

 ***NEW TECHNOLOGY SPECIAL INTEREST GROUP***

5/27/07
7:00 PM - 7:50 PM
Gregory AB
Technology Special Interest Group
Chair: Christina Whalen (TeachTown)
This group will focus on using technology for the practice and research of ABA. ABA members with interest in video, computers, television and other technology are welcome. The purpose of this group is to better define best practices in the use of technology and identifying the significant research questions for the field.AbbyClarkBill.png

CAL-ABA RECEPTION!! Event #121a 5/26/07 !!!READY FOR A LITTLE DOWN-TIME??!!!
8:30 PM - 10:30 PM
Elizabeth A
Co-Chairs: Christina Whalen (TeachTown) and Terry Tibbetts

8:30 PM - 10:30 PMElizabeth ACo-Chairs: Christina Whalen (TeachTown) and Terry Tibbetts 

8:30 PM - 10:30 PMElizabeth ACo-Chairs: Christina Whalen (TeachTown) and Terry Tibbetts 000_108_Abby_pushing.pngFriday, May 25:

1) Workshop #18: Promoting the Generalization and Maintenance of Skills in Learners with Autism and Related Disorders (Celiberti)

2) Workshop #20: Social Skills: Assessment and Intervention Planning for Children with Autism (Carter)

3) Workshop #32: Enhancing Social Reciprocity of Children with Autism Within Everyday Routines (Leach)

4) Workshop #37: Introduction to Pivotal Response Training (Schreibman)

5) Workshop #41: We Know We Have to Do It, But How? Schools Searching for Social Skills (Davis)

6) Workshop #59: Intensive Early Intervention: Key Clinical Interventions That Lead to the Best Outcome (Larsson)

7) Workshop #62: Self-Management: Promoting Autonomy for Individuals with Autism and Other Developmental Disorders (Thompson)

8) Workshop #69: Using Curriculum Based Measurement to Track Responses to Intervention (Cautilli)

Saturday, May 26:

1) #7 Business Meeting - Autism Newcomers Meeting 10:30-11:20

2) #31 Symposium

1:00 PM - 2:20 PM
Elizabeth H

The Generalization of Effective Prompting Techniques by Paraprofessionals Educating Learners with Autism Spectrum Disorders
Chair: Laura J. Hall (San Diego State University)
Discussant: Beth Sulzer-Azaroff (Univerisity of Massachusetts, Amherst)

3) #34 Symposium
1:00 PM - 2:20 PM
Elizabeth F
BACB CE Offered. CE Instructor: Brooke Ingersoll, Ph.D., BCBA

Use of Behavioral Interventions in Community Early Intervention Programs for Children with Autism
Chair: Laura Schreibman (University of California, San Diego)
Discussant: Gail G. McGee (Emory University School of Medicine)

4) #49 Paper Session
2:30 PM - 3:20 PM
Douglas A

Teaching Critical Social Skills to Children with Autism
Chair: Lisa Stoddard

5) #51 International Paper Session
2:30 PM - 3:20 PM
Elizabeth G

Theory of Mind and Executive Function
Chair: Dawn Holman (Autism Spectrum Consultants, Inc.)

6) #66 Symposium
2:30 PM - 3:50 PM
Elizabeth F
BACB CE Offered. CE Instructor: Jane Howard, Ph.D., BCBA

Using the Science of Applied Behavior Analysis to Develop Methodologies to Improve Language and Social Skills in Children with Autism
Chair: Jane S. Howard (California State University, Stanislaus)

7) #75 Symposium
3:30 PM - 4:50 PM
Douglas A
BACB CE Offered. CE Instructor: Tristram Smith, Ph.D.

Early Intensive Behavioral Intervention: Main Findings from the Multisite Young Autism Project
Chair: Tristram Smith (University of Rochestor Medical Center)

8) #95 Paper Session
4:00 PM - 4:50 PM
Elizabeth H

Social Stories
Chair: Heidi Hillman (Heritage University)

10) #102 Poster Session
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Manchester

11) #116a Panel Discussion
8:30 PM - 9:20 PM
Edward AB

Professional Development Series: An Introduction to Pivotal Response Treatment (PRT)
Chair: Candice Jostad (Western Michigan University)

LYNN KERN KOEGEL (University of California, Santa Barbara)
 

Sunday, May 27:

1) #133 B.F. Skinner Lecture Series
9:00 AM - 9:50 AM
Douglas C

Joint Attention and Symbolic Play: Active Ingredients of Effective Early Behavioral Intensive Intervention
Chair: William H. Ahearn (The New England Center for Children)

CONNIE KASARI (University of California, Los Angeles)

2) #139 Symposium
9:00 AM - 10:20 AM
Elizabeth G
BACB CE Offered. CE Instructor: Jennifer M. Gillis Mattson, Ph.D., BCBA

Behavioral Approaches to the Study of Social Interactions in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder
Chair: Jennifer Gillis Mattson (Auburn University)
Discussant: Raymond G. Romanczyk (Institute for Child Development)

3) #153 International Symposium
9:00 AM - 10:20 AM
Elizabeth H

Outcomes for Children in the Ontario IBI Program
Chair: Adrienne M. Perry (York University)

4) #161 Symposium
9:00 AM - 10:20 AM
Douglas A
BACB CE Offered. CE Instructor: Marjorie Charlop-Christy, Ph.D.

Treatment Outcome for Children with Autism: A 15-Year Longitudinal Study
Chair: Marjorie H. Charlop-Christy (Claremont McKenna College)

5) #200 Poster Session
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
Manchester

6) #229 Symposium
1:30 PM - 2:50 PM
Elizabeth G
BACB CE Offered. CE Instructor: Nanette L. Perrin, M.A., BCBA

Strategies that Fit: Identifying Efficient Interventions to Support Children with Autism, Families, and Staff
Chair: Nanette L. Perrin (Early Childhood Autism Program - Community Living Opportunities)
Discussant: Shannon Kay (May Institute)
7) #243 Symposium
3:00 PM - 3:50 PM
Elizabeth G

Models of Service Delivery for Families with Children with Autism: From Early Identification to Parent Education
Chair: Daniel Adam Openden (University of California, Santa Barbara)
Discussant: Daniel Adam Openden (University of California, Santa Barbara)

8) #256 Panel Discussion
3:00 PM - 4:20 PM
Douglas A
BACB CE Offered. CE Instructor: Frank Cicero, MS, BCBA

Incorporating Research from Other Disciplines into the Behavioral Treatment of Learners with Autism
Chair: Joanne Gerenser (Eden II Programs)

9) #293 Poster Session
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
Manchester

Monday, May 28:

1) #329 Paper Session
9:00 AM - 9:50 AM
Elizabeth F

Examining Social Skills Training with Autism and Asperger Syndrome
Chair: Debra Leach (Florida Atlantic University) 

2) #333 Symposium
9:00 AM - 10:20 AM
Betsy A

A Low Budget Approach to Starting and Operating an Academic Day Center for Children with Autism
Chair: Morten Haugland (Haugland Learning Center)
Discussant: Kristine D. Haugland (Haugland Consulting) 

3) #334 Symposium
9:00 AM - 10:20 AM
Doulglas A
BACB CE Offered. CE Instructor: Philip N. Hineline, Ph.D., BCBA

Assessing Autism Interventions in Public Schools: Which Strategies, for Which Children, with What Resources?
Chair: Philip N. Hineline (Temple University)
Discussant: Gina Green (San Diego State University) 

4) #357 Panel Discussion
10:30 AM - 11:50 AM
Elizabeth G
BACB CE Offered. CE Instructor: Michael Weinberg, Ph.D., BCBA

A Panel Discussion for Sharing Materials and Ideas for Increasing Acceptance of ABA Worldwide
Chair: Michael Weinberg (Professional Education Resources and Conference Services)

5) #368 Paper Session
10:30 AM - 11:50 AM
Elizabeth H

Issues Related to Autism and Autism Treatment
Chair: Ronit Molko

6) #373 Symposium
10:30 AM - 11:50 AM
Douglas A
BACB CE Offered. CE Instructor: Rebecca MacDonald, Ph.D., BCBA

Teaching Joint Attention Skills to Children With Autism
Chair: Rebecca P. F. MacDonald (The New England Center for Children)
Discussant: William V. Dube (University of Massachusetts Medical School-Shriver Center)

7) #378 Poster Session
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
Manchester

8) #445 Poster Session
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Manchester

Tuesday, May 29:

1) #480 International Paper Session
9:00 AM - 10:20 AM
Mohsen AB

Variables Affecting Instruction to Children with Autism
Chair: Kelly McKinnon 

2) #505 Symposium
12:00 PM - 1:20 PM
Mohsen AB
BACB CE Offered. CE Instructor: Gerald E. Harris, Ph.D., BCBA

Measuring Change: Assessment Issues in the Treatment of Autism
Chair: Gerald E. Harris (Texas Young Autism Project)

2) #506 Symposium
12:00 PM - 1:20 PM
Emma AB 

Motivational Strategies for Increasing Social Interaction between Children with Autism and Their Typically Developing Peers
Chair: Rosy Fredeen (University of California, Santa Barbara)
Discussant: Gerald E. Harris (Texas Young Autism Project)      

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