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Presented by: Brooke Ingersoll, PhD
Professor, Clinical Psychology, Michigan State University
Director, MSU Autism Research Lab
Parent-mediated intervention has a growing evidence base and is considered best practices in comprehensive care for autistic children. However, research suggests that it is under-utilized in community settings. Project ImPACT is a parent-mediated, naturalistic developmental behavioral intervention (NDBI) that was developed with the explicit goal of facilitating the use of PMI by community providers. This talk will discuss the research supporting its development, as well as training and program adaptations that can support its use in a wider range of community settings, with the goal of increasing access to parent-mediated interventions for young autistic children and their families.
Thursday, April 7, 12:00 - 1:30 PM
You may attend virtually via Zoom or in-person!
In-person location: Close-Hipp Eastview Room, 8th Floor
1705 College Street, Columbia SC
University of South Carolina
South Carolina Association for Behavior Analysis is a 501(c)6 non-profit organization. PO Box 50273, Summerville, SC 29485