Stories about ASD
Development of proposal
Building on existing models
Investing in Program Development
Roles and responsibilities of team members
Creating a University-Based Incubator
Braid funding and resources
Evolving conversations with donors
Scholarship through services
Making prevalence relevant again
Some background on prevalence
How do you estimate prevalence?
How accurate are methods for establishing prevalence?
How many are we completely missing?
Failure to Launch
How transformation differs from expansion
Growth of an ASD Teacher Training Program
Growth of a Hospital-Based ASD Clinic
Growth of a University-Based ASD Transition Program
What kind of research can guide growth?
Where are the leaders?
Do you need a new leader?
Who can lead an expansion?
Who can lead a transformation?
Implement, baby, implement
Train and hope: A poor theory of program development
The business of innovation in ASD services
A Bus to Betsy's
Go Pro Hero
Real food and real meals
No "Can't Do"
Siege or surrender
Prisoners of routine
Leap of Faith I
Leap of Faith II
It's all downhill!
Straight Lines from Research to Your Practice
Simple Steps to Improve Your Program
Other Lessons From Successful Programs
Books and chapters
Other work since 2008
Other work before 2008
Clinical Research and Services
Delaware Autism Program
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Foundations Behavioral Health
On-Line Graduate ASD Seminar
Consultation to make programs effective, replicable, accessible, sustainable, and scalable.
DUAJ Drexel Autism Institute
Helping to lead a successful $3.5 million proposal for an ASD college transition program.
Foundations Beh. Health
Developing an inpatient treatment program for children and adoles-cents with ASD in crisis.
Center for Autism Research
Developing and implementing hospital- and community-based services, research, and training.
Leading a specialized, statewide public school program through unprecedented growth.
Developing early intervention programs and an regional ASD screening initiative.
Books and Book Chapters
Including books on evidence based practice, and model state/national programs of service and training.
Including recent articles reviewing ASD policy, and outcome research addressing severe behaviors.
More than 70 invited talks and presentations at state, national, and international meetings.
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