The Institute for Behavioral Training (IBT) is a one-stop training hub for people who interact with, teach, care for, and treat individuals with autism spectrum disorder. IBT was developed by a professional team of Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs)—all with more than 20 years of experience in the field.
Since 2002, The Daniel Jordan Fiddle Foundation (DJF) has blazed trails in developing and funding community-based programs in all aspects of life for adults diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).
The Reading Teacher, a publication of the International Literacy Association, includes an article in its July/August 2016 issue that focuses on developing teacher understanding of how to carefully select and use children’s picture books about autism as a tool for teaching awareness, empathy, and acceptance in an elementary classroom setting.
A team in Stanford University’s Wall Lab is creating a therapy device for children with autism that could be used at home. The technology, called the Autism Glass Project, uses facial recognition software and runs on Google Glass.