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Helping Answer Needs By Developing Specialists in Autism (HANDS in Autism])

The HANDS in Autism, founded in 2004, is an outreach and training extension of CSATC. Focus areas of the program include :

  • providing hands-on learning opportunities for professionals and establishing coaching and mentoring relationships to increase knowledge and its practical application through a variety of trainings
  • advancing local and state-wide capacity to ensure sustainability, supportability and consistency of academic and behavioral supports to students with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD)
  • facilitating collaboration and establishing consistent, comprehensive information and resources across schools, families and medical/community systems to develop supportive networks and effect best educational outcomes for students with an ASD

Information based on the informational flyer About HANDS in Autism (2011).

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... The HANDS in Autism, founded in 2004, is an outreach and training extension of CSATC ... Focus areas of the program include providing hands-on learning opportunities for professionals and establishing coaching and mentoring relationships to increase knowledge and its practical application through a variety of trainings advancing local and state-wide capacity to ensure sustainability, supportability and consistency of academic and behavioral supports to students with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) facilitating collaboration and establishing consistent, comprehensive information and resources across schools, families and medical/community systems to develop supportive networks and effect best educational outcomes for students with an ASD Information based on the informational flyer About HANDS in Autism (2011) ...

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