Supporting Independence and Behavior

Handouts

This Autism at-a-Glance was designed to support high school staff and family members in supporting adolescents on the autism spectrum as they learn to establish healthy eating habits.
This Autism at-a-Glance was designed to support high school staff and family members in supporting adolescents on the autism spectrum as they begin to explore the internet.
This Autism at-a-Glance was designed to support high school staff and family members in promoting independence in daily living skills for adolescents and young adults on the autism spectrum.

Curriculum Materials

This is the manual for Promoting Responsibility, Independence and Self-Management
This is the form for matching PRISM goals to evidence based practices.
A handout for teachers with resources for more information on evidence based practices that can be used with PRISM
This document will aid in keeping track of the implementation of PRISM

Training Materials

This tool can be used to collect data and monitor progress on goals related to independence and behavior.
These assessments can be used to get multiple perspectives on student strengths, needs, and priorities across several domains.
This is a pdf of the PRISM training powerpoint.

Articles and Conference Presentations

This presentation offers an overview of the CSESA Program
A poster presentation at CEC 2014 on supporting independence and self-management
Presentation on teams that implement comprehensive interventions to high school students with ASD given at the 25th Annual Meeting of the Society for Prevention Research.
An oral presentation from the APA 2015 conference in Toronto, Canada.
An oral presentation in the strand, Educational Strategies and Interventions for High School Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders, from the CEC 2015 conference in San Diego, CA.
An oral presentation from the CEC 2016 conference in St. Louis, MO.
An oral presentation at the Texas Autism Research & Resource Center (TARRC) conference in Austin, TX.
A poster presentation from the DCDT 2016 conference in Myrtle Beach, SC.