Stories about programs designed to help achieve better outcomes for people with ASD

Traditional academic and research publications may include general ideas that may eventually improve programs. Outcome research may describe potential benefits of specific interventions to specific people. For those seeking to create or improve programs need specific guidance right now, I offer case studies of programs I  have developed, led, consulted to, learned about, imagined, or experienced first hand as the father of a daughter with multiple, complex disabilities.  These stories set the context for opinions and lessons that may help move beyond the ideas suggested by research, to implementation and impact on the scale needed to make real differences in the lives of people living with ASD and related conditions.

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Other Opinions

White elephants, bridges to nowhere, buses to the Stone Age, the business of innovation , a statewide network, and more! A series of other opinions and stories about the challenges of implementation.


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