ASD Roadmap

Presentations to State and National Organizations

Invited Talks

Conference Presentations Related to ASD

2016

2017

October.  Evidence-Based Practice is not enough: Steps to scaling up ASD intervention programs for population-level impact. Grand Rounds. Marcus Autism Center, Children's Healthcare of Atlanta. Atlanta, GA.

October.  Understanding, responding to, and preventing behavioral crises in people with Autism and related conditions. A Progressive Conference: Invited Workshop. Delaware Health and Social Services. Dover, DE.

September. With Vince Winterling. Essential Elements of a Functional Behavioral Assessment. Autism A-Z: Beyond the Puzzle. Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health. Wilmington, DE.

April. With Dena Gassner and Dan Crimmins. State of the Union, Keynote Conversation. Autism Conference & Exposition of Georgia, Center for Disability and Leaderships, School of Public Health, Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA.

2015

June. (With Anne Roux) The National Autism Indicators Report: The Transition into Young Adulthood. Workshop, Annual Statewide Conference: Texas Autism Research and Resources Center, Austin, TX

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2014

November. Beyond the Drawing Board: How statewide planning can generate and sustain improvement. Invited Workshop, National Autism Leadership Summit, Columbus, OH

July. Translating Research into Policy and Practice: Roadmaps for Scientists, Advocates, and Program Leaders. Keynote Address, Annual Statewide Conference: Texas Autism Research and Resources Center, Austin, TX

June. Services for adults with ASD: Science, policies, programs, & practices. Workshop, South East Europe Autism Network. Zagreb, Croatia

Doehring, Peter. Re-analyzing ASD prevalence data to target often overlooked gaps in identification. November. Ohio Center for Autism and Low Incidence Conference, Columbus, OH.

2016

December. Incubating programs of services and training for people with developmental disabilities: A new partnership for UCEDDs, community-based providers, and philanthropists. Association of University Centers on Disability, Washington, DC.

Doehring, Peter. Innovative approaches to developing a multi-agency, college-based ASD transition program.

November. Ohio Center for Autism and Low Incidence Conference, Columbus, OH.

April. McGowan, Joy, and Doehring, Peter. Protocols for oral feeding programs for children in school settings. Pennsylvania Speech and Hearing Association, Pittsburgh.

2015

November. Doehring, Peter, and Roux, Ann. The National Autism Indicators Report: The Transition into Young Adulthood. Ohio Center for Autism and Low Incidence Conference, Columbus, OH.

October. Winterling, Vince, & Doehring, Peter. Improving overall integrity of programs for students with ASD in public schools: Systematic monitoring of behavior intervention. Autism New Jersey, Atlantic City, NJ.

2014

November. Doehring, Peter. and Rozell, Denise. Surveying statewide programs for services, training, and policy: Lessons for leaders. Ohio Center for Autism and Low Incidence Conference, Columbus, OH.

October. Doehring, Peter. What kinds of ASD programs and policies have other states enacted? Autism New Jersey, Atlantic City, NJ.

October. Doehring, Peter. From Compliance to Excellence: Creating Standards of Practice to Drive Program Development. Autism New Jersey, Atlantic City, NJ (October).

November. Doehring, Peter.  Integrating Training, Research, and Policy in a Coordinated Network for Behavior Support for Children with ASD: Roadmaps for Program Leaders, Association of University Centers on Disabilities, Washington DC.

November. Doehring, Peter. From Compliance to Excellence: Creating Standards of Practice to Drive Program Development. Ohio Center for Autism and Low Incidence Conference, Columbus, OH.

2013

April. Roadmaps for Leaders of ASD Programs: Integrating Training, Research, and Policy in a Coordinated Network for Behavior Support. Workshop, Connecticut Autism Spectrum Disorder Advisory Council, Hartford, CT

2013

November. Understanding the infrastructure of state and national autism initiatives: Roadmaps for program leaders. Keynote, National Autism Leadership Summit, Columbus, OH

November. Integrating Training, Research, and Policy in a Coordinated Network for Behavior Support for Children with ASD: Roadmaps for Program Leaders, Symposium, Association of University Centers on Disabilities, Washington DC.

October. (With B. Reichow, T. Palka, C. Phillips, & L.). Behavioral treatment outcomes for significant self-injury in children and adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorder and related intellectual disabilities. Workshop, American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Orlando, FL

May. Doehring, Peter, & Reichow, Brian. Generating Individualized, Evidence-Based Treatment Recommendations: The Example of PECS. International Society for Autism Research. Philadelphia, PA.

May. Doehring, Peter, Reichow, Brian, Palka, Tamara, Phillips, Cara, & Hagopian, Louis. Initial Evaluation of Outcome Research Targeting Intense Behaviors in Children With ASD: 1995-2012. Association for Behavior Analysis. Minneapolis, MN.

2011

October. Doehring, Peter. Evidence-Based Practice: From Homes and Schools to a Regional Service Delivery Model. Autism New Jersey. Atlantic City, NJ.

January. Doehring, Peter . The LEND ASD Training Clinic at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. Combating Autism Act Initiatives. Bethesda, MD.

2010

Manfredi, Rosemarie, Folsom, Melissa, & Doehring, Peter. Facilitating Communication Between Academic Medical Centers and Community Providers: Examining the Alignment of Evaluation Recommendations with Treatment Plans for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders.

Ott, Megan T., Levy, Susan E., & Doehring, Peter. Early Autism Screening and Identification Clinic (EASI):  A Nurse Practitioner & Physician Clinic Model.

Pucci, Kristy, Berry, Leandra, & Doehring, Peter. Learning About Autism: Assessing the Knowledge of Parents and Professionals Before and After an Autism Workshop.

August, 2010. National Autism Conference. State College PA.

July. Roadmaps For Leaders of Advocacy Programs: Improving Access and Addressing Meaningful Outcomes. Workshop, Autism Society of America, Pittsburgh, PA

2010

September and November. Thinking BIG about ASD: Developing Systems of Care to Improve Early Identification & Support. Keynote Addresses for Act Early Summits. Centers for Disease Control / Association of University Centers on Disabilities, in Indianapolis, IN and Boston, MA.

Lawer, L., Mandell, D., & Doehring, P.  June and July. Preliminary results from the 2009 Pennsylvania Statewide Needs Assessment Pennsylvania Autism Training Conference (Lancaster PA), National Autism Conference (State College, PA)

2009

November. Doehring, Peter. Statewide training in the educational classification of ASDs: A model program. National Autism Training and Technical Assistance Programs. Columbus, OH.

2007

April. Doehring, Peter, & Reichow, Brian. Is it evidenced-based? How to evaluate claims of effectiveness for autism. International Association for Positive Behavior Support. Boston, MA.

February. Doehring, Peter, Lesko, Leslie, & Abel, Jim. The psychometric properties of commonly-used instruments for assessing autism, and their correspondence with the DSM-IV. Association for Behavior Analysis. Boston, MA.

February. Doehring, Peter, Donnelly, Laura, Bray, Brianna, & Myers, Kristin. How are diagnosis and cognitive status reported in autism intervention studies published in the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis? Association for Behavior Analysis. Boston, MA.

2006

May. Abel, Jim, Doehring, Peter, Wagner, Brianna,  Ruhe Lesko, Leslie, Peters, Kristine, & Myers, Kristin. Where are the data? Publication profiles of articles on autism in JABA, JADD, and JPBI.

May. Doehring, Peter, Gigliotti, Donna, Calkins, Heather, & Cain, Donna. The Utility of the ABLLS in comprehensive assessment and educational planning: A comparison of instruments.

Association for Behavior Analysis. Atlanta, GA

2008

May. Doehring, Peter. A model for regional training and service delivery for children with autism. International Society for Autism Research. London, UK.

October. Doehring, Peter, & Mandell, David. Thinking big: Statewide and regional strategies for services, training, and research involving persons with ASD. Autism New Jersey. Atlantic City, NJ.

July. Ellis, Theda, Ellis, Warren, Doehring, Peter. Transition to adult life: The Delaware model. Autism Society of America. Providence, RI.

May. Doehring, Peter. Independent peer review of behavior plans for students with autism in a specialized public school program. Association for Behavior Analysis. Atlanta GA.

 

April. Doehring, Peter. Improving the educational classification of autism: Recommendations for school psychologists. National Association of School Psychologists. Anaheim CA.

November. Doehring, Peter, Bosso, E., & Lashbrook, M. Models of regional networks of excellence for low incidence disabilities. Association for Curriculum and Supervision Development, Orlando. FL

July. Doehring, Peter. How to identify best practices and programs for educating children with autism. Autism Society of America, Nashville, TN.

2004

1995

April. Doehring, Peter, Burack, Jacob, Benaroya, Sigmund, Klaiman, Cheryl, Steinbach, Lisa & Wayland, Lee Ann.  A developmental hierarchy of play skills in young children with developmental delays and developmental disorders. Society for Research in Child Development, Washington, DC.

1997

1996

1998

April. Doehring, Peter, Benaroya, Sigmund, Klaiman, Cheryl, & Scuccimarri, Connie.  The role of social, play, imitation, and joint attention skills in the differential diagnosis of autism and developmental delay.  Society for Research in Child Development, Indianapolis, IN.

July. Doehring, Peter, Burack, Jacob., Klaiman, Cheryl, Steinbach, Lisa, & Benaroya, S.. Joint attention behavior in Autism: Developmental delay or developmental deviation? International Society for the Study of Behavioral Development, Berne, Switzerland.

July. Doehring, Peter, Burack, Jacob, and Benaroya, Sigmund. Are joint attention, pretend play, play flexibility, and imitation counter-indicative of autism in young children?  International Society for the Study of Behavioral Development, Quebec City, Canada.

July. Doehring, Peter, Burack, Jacob, & Benaroya, Sigmund. When early development goes awry: The impact of delays in joint attention on the development of children with autism.  The Growing Mind; A Conference Celebrating the 100th Anniversary of the Birth of Jean Piaget, Geneva, Switzerland.

July. Doehring, Peter, Klaiman, Cheryl, & Burack, Jacob. The multifaceted nature of attention: Possible cognitive and social pathways to autism. European Congress of Psychology, Dublin, Ireland.

August. Klaiman, Cheryl, Burack, Jacob, & Doehring, Peter. Attention to novelty in young children with Autism: An unacknowledged skill? American Psychological Association, San Francisco, CA.

April. Doehring, Peter. More than just behavior: An ABA based educational model for children with autism. TASH, Boston, MA.

April. Finnegan, Cindy, Bailey, Pat, Cain, Donna, & Doehring, Peter. Do you know what I did today? Visual supports to help individuals with autism to share their experiences. American Speech and Hearing Association, Atlanta, GA.

July. Doehring, Peter. Developing a comprehensive professional training program: Where do you start? Autism Society of America, Indianapolis, IN.

2002

April. Doehring, Peter. Peer review of behavior support plans for individuals with autism. National Association of School Psychologists, Dallas, TX.

2005

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