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Modules

This site provides access to modules that may be helpful for family members, professionals and individuals on the spectrum. Some of the modules are specifically geared for families as they search for solutions and resources. These are downloadable for free and can be reproduced as you choose. The hope it to provide you with a process for problem solving and program development for your son or daughter on the autism spectrum. These modules were supported through a grant with the Indiana Department of Education, Center for Exceptional Learners, Office of Special Education.

Also, please visit the Ohio Center for Autism and Low Incidence (OCALI) website at http://www.autisminternetmodules.org/. This site contains the Autism Internet Modules (AIM modules) that have been developed by a consortium of professionals and organizations across the US and Canada. The goal is to provide free training in evidence-based practices. IRCA staff have also been involved in the development of these modules.

The following modules are specifically geared to family members. Just click on the Module title to download the pdf file.

FAMILY MODULE ONE: ABOUT AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDERS

FAMILY MODULE TWO: FAMILY RESOURCES AND SUPPORT

FAMILY MODULE THREE: SUGGESTIONS FOR BEHAVIORAL PROGRAMMING

FAMILY MODULE FOUR: INTERVENTION AND EDUCATION

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