AIM is designed to provide high-quality information and professional development for anyone who supports, instructs, works with, or lives with someone with autism.
AIM modules are available at no cost. For a small fee they can be completed for continuing education units.
Each module guides you through case studies, instructional videos, pre- and post-assessments, a glossary, and much more.
http://www.autisminternetmodules.org or http://www.captain.ca.gov/
Autism Distance Education Parent Training
- The MIND Institute has created two 10-lesson interactive, self-paced, online learning modules providing parents with tools and training to more effectively teach their child with autism and other related neurodevelopmental disorders.
- Module 1: Strategies for Teaching Functional Skills
- Module 2: Positive Behavior Strategies for Your Child with Autism
Autism Video Glossary
- The ASD Video Glossary is an innovative web-based tool designed to help parents and professionals learn more about the early red flags and diagnostic features of autism spectrum disorders (ASD).
- This glossary contains over a hundred video clips and is available to you free of charge. It can help you see the subtle differences between typical and delayed development in young children and spot the early red flags for ASD. All of the children featured in the ASD Video Glossary as having red flags for ASD are, in fact, diagnosed with ASD.
California Autism Professional Training and Information Network
- The California Autism Professional Training and Information Network (CAPTAIN) is a cross-agency network developed to support the understanding and use of evidence based practices (EBPs) for individuals affected by Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) across the state of California.
- Multiple resources supporting the use of EBPs, guidelines for implementing EBPs and other useful tools are available at this site.
- Local cadre members available for support in implementation of treatment/therapy techniques for students with ASD
ASD EPB Resources
Three Important Resources Supporting the use of Evidence Based Practices for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders
All three of these resources (DDS, NPDC and NAC) have publications (listed above) that can be accessed at their websites. These are also accessible through the CAPTAIN Website