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AIR-P Research Day at Autism CARES Meeting 2024: Translating Research to Community Impact

The Autism Intervention Research Network on Physical Health (AIR-P) will be hosting its 7th semi-annual Research Day at the Autism CARES Meeting 2024 in July 2024. This event is part of the Autism CARES Meeting and will emphasize "Translating Research to Community Impact", highlighting content related to the physical health and overall well-being of autistic individuals. This virtual event is open to all.
pdf File RD@CARES24 RFP.pdf [download]


AIR-P Presents: Autistic Stakeholder's Perspectives of a Flourishing Survey Measure

Dr. Samantha Ross will share updates on a current AIR-P Scholars Project that has engaged autistic youth and their parents as stakeholders to evaluate the construct validity of flourishing items within the National Survey of Children's Health.


AIR-P Research Day at AUCD 2022 Conference

This in-person, semi-annual event is an opportunity to highlight innovative life course intervention research  supported by the Autism Intervention Research Network on Physical Health (AIR-P). This event is part of the AUCD 2022 Conference.


AIR-P Research Day at Autism CARES 2022

This virtual, semi-annual event is an opportunity to highlight innovative life course intervention research  supported by the Autism Intervention Research Network on Physical Health (AIR-P).


2019 AUCD Trainee End of the Year Webinar: Maximizing Your Training Experience

Before you wrap up your training and/or coursework, please come join us for the webinar led by AUCD's Emerging Leaders Interns, Shayla and Nell. They will provide prompts for you to reflect on the importance of your LEND, UCEDD, DBP or IDDRC traineeship; share practical tips for how to stay connected with the AUCD network no matter what your next steps are; and, most importantly, how you can use what you've learned over the past year to advance your professional goals.
pdf File Webinar Slides [download]


Korean Study on Prevalence of Autism: Findings and Implications

The Epidemiology of Autism Spectrum Disorder has long been a matter of interest. The particular focus of this interest has been related to the prevalence of this clinical syndrome. Since Autism was identified as a distinct syndrome by Dr. Leo Kanner in 1942, the has been considerable speculation about the actual prevalence of ASD and whether increasing incidence is contributing to the rise in prevalence. This is because studies over the past 40-50 years have reported progressive larger ASD prevalence with original rates reported to be 5 cases/10,000 with more later studies reporting prevalence ranging from 0.6-1.1%. More recently, the first complete population study of ASD reported a prevalence of 2.64% or 1 in 38. Initially regarded as an astounding large prevalence, careful examination provides interesting insights into the phenomenon of ASD and sets the stage for further investigations and models for intervention. We examine autism epidemiology in detail and explore its implications for future research and clinical practice.
pdf File Dr Leventhal June 28 2011.pdf [download]


The Data Accountability Center (DAC)'s Analytic Tool for IDEA 618 data

The Data Accountability Center (DAC) has created an Analytic Tool for IDEA 618 data. The Tool brings IDEA state-level data to the public in a user-friendly format and allows users to ask data questions that are most relevant to them. The Tool enables users to manipulate the data to the user's needs/interests. The Tool also offers opportunities to do analyses with all states' data or selected states. The Tool includes Part B Child Count, Educational Environments, Personnel, Exiting, Discipline, Dispute Resolution, and Assessment and Part C Child Count, Settings, Exiting, and Dispute Resolution data from 2004-05 to 2009-10. DAC will be adding future data collections as they become available.


The LEAP Model of Early Intervention for Young Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders: A Randomized, Controlled Trial

For the last five years Dr. Strain and his colleagues (particularly Ted Bovey) have conducted what is the largest randomized trial of early intervention in the autism field. It is also the first early intervention randomized trial of a school-based model and the first randomized evaluation of inclusive services for young children with autism.
pdf File LEAP - USA RCT Webinar.pdf [download]


AUCD-NCBDDD Fellowship Webinar with Tracy Mann


Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Health Education in Russia RTOI Webinar

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