Jane Asher discusses the challenges
facing parents of newly diagnosed
children with autism.

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Newly Diagnosed?

Parent Information Packet

Jane Asher highlights the many
resources that ASAT has to
offer the autism community.

ASAT Resources

Jane Asher offers several important
considerations to guide any and all
decisions about autism treatment.

Autism Treatment

What Is New?

Newsletter

Clinical Corner

What are some ethical and practical considerations when collaborating with nonbehavioral service providers?

Resources Reviews

A review of Different Roads’ Practical ABA Modules

Research Synopses

Teaching Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder to Tolerate Haircutting

Dental Desensitization for Students with Autism

Featured Article

Newsletter

Interview

An Interview with Tracie Lindblad, MSc, MEd, SLP, BCBA

Research Synopses

The Effect of Sensory Integration Therapy on Occupational Performance in Children with Autism

Book and Resources Reviews

Review of Life Journey Through Autism: A Parent’s Guide to Research

Featured Article

For Parents and Educators

Comorbidity in Autism

Newsletter

For Educators

Topical Resources for Educators

Book and Resources Reviews

A review of ABAI’s Interprofessional Collaborative Practice Between Behavior Analysts and Speech-Language Pathologists

Research Synopses

Symbolic Play in School-Aged Minimally Verbal Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder

Becoming a Savvy Consumer

Newsletter

Media Watch

Research Synopses

Outcomes of children receiving Group-Early Start Denver Model in an inclusive versus autism-specific setting: A pilot randomized controlled trial

Book and Resources Reviews

A Review of Journey to Community Housing with Supports: A Road Map for Individuals and Their Families in New Jersey

Perspectives
What Autism Awareness Should be About

Dissemination
A Spotlight on Science in Autism Treatment

Newsletter

Becoming a Savvy Consumer

International Interview

Research Synopses

Science Corner

Dissemination
Making the Most of Google Translate on asatonline.org

Featured Article

Newsletter

Consumer Corner

New Parent Information Packet

Media Watch

Clinical Corner

What is the High Probability Instruction Sequence and how can it help increase responsiveness to everyday tasks?

Featured Article

Recurrence of autism in families

Treatment Summary

Essential Oils

International Interview

Interview with Dr. Michelle Kelly: Part 1 of 2

Newsletter

Featured Article

ABA treatment

Is There Science Behind That?

Sensory Diets

Research Synopses

Evaluating the Effectiveness of a School-based Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Intervention for Anxiety in Adolescents Diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder

Featured Section

Learn More About Specific Treatments

Treatment Summary

Rapid Prompting Method (RPM)

Media Watch

ASAT Responds to The New York Times “Early Treatment for Autism is Critical, New Report Says”

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Research & Treatment

Find a complete list of psychological, educational and therapeutic interventions for autism. Learn which autism treatments work, which need more research, and which treatments do not work.

For Parents

Navigate the complex maze that is autism treatment. Learn about effective treatment options and how to overcome some of the day-to-day challenges that you or your child may experience.

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Defining Autism Spectrum Disorders

Learn about autism, and read treatment research summaries and recommendations.

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Becoming a Savvy Consumer

In this series, we will look at the scientific method, particularly as it relates to ASD treatment, and keep an eye out for ways in which we can be effective and savvy consumers.

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