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Wednesday 22 Nov 2017

All posts in Current Research

Learning by Imitation for Individuals with Autism

Brooke Ingersoll does some great research. The article below is about her research on imitation skills in individuals with autism. If you get a chance, read some of her other research: Teaching Reciprocal Imitation The Collateral Effects of Joint Attention […]

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Autism Speaks Transition Toolkit – Health Related Issues

Autism Speaks published a toolkit for families of individuals with autism who are in the transitional period between adolescence and adulthood. In this toolkit there is a section

Health Problem Prevention for Individuals with Autism

We've been discussing how to make medical appointments more successful for individuals with autism, but today we want to take a step back and talk about prevention. Individuals

Brain-Immune Connections in Autism, Schizophrenia, and Depression

Article written by Abby Twyman, M.Ed., BCBA This new book bodes to be an interesting read for those of you interested in the most current research exploring the origins

Parent Implementation of Positive Behavior Support

Research, and personal experience, has shown repeatedly that parent-professional collaboration in the development and implementation of positive behavior supports is the most effective in terms of immediate, long-term

Positive Behavior Supports in the Workplace

It has been determined in a variety of studies that adults with autism continue to be either unemployed or underemployed. Many times this is attributed to limited funding

New Study Related to Pronoun Reversal Common in Autism

Most of you involved in the lives of individuals with autism may have noticed or heard of a common language problem: pronoun reversals. This phenomenon commonly presents itself

Employment and Post-Secondary Activities for Young Adults with Autism

A study published this year in the Journal for Autism and Developmental Disabilities examined the different types of employment and post-secondary activities in which young adults with autism

Theory of Career Development

Career development starts very early in a child’s life and by knowing the stages of growth, the support team can better gauge where a child with special needs

Helping Young Adults Access Supports in Adulthood

Carolyn Hughes, from the Department of Special Educations at Vanderbilt, and her colleagues have proposed a Transition Support Model based on collaborative research with the community of researchers