We would like to thank Total Spectrum for their 2016 sponsorship of ASAT at the Alliance level. Total Spectrum specializes in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) services and is dedicated to providing quality services to families and children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. All of their programs are based on scientific research and are developed with the family environment in mind. Their approach is family-centered and they help children reach their highest potential. Total Spectrum offers a complimentary consultation for anyone interested in starting up ABA services for their child. For more information about Total Spectrum, visit www.totalspectrumcare.com. Total Spectrum, thank you again for your generous support. ... See MoreSee Less
The Association for Science in Autism Treatment is proud to announce that Past Board President and current Advisory Board Member, Dr. Bobby Newman was selected as one of 4 finalists in the annual Those Who Would OCR Humanitarian award. The Humanitarian a]Award is presented to a member of the Obstacle Course Racing community who consistently exhibits humanitarian qualities off the course such as: +Giving of oneself without expectation of compensation +Embracing common moral decencies such as altruism, integrity, responsibility and compassion +Improving the lives of others through selfless, courageous, and compassionate acts The Association for Science in Autism Treatment is fortunate to know many fine people and Dr. Bobby Newman is among the finest. He certainly embodies the qualities listed above and has been so generous in donating his time and talent to not only ASAT but other autism organizations as well
The online voting closes on September 25th at midnight. Winner will be announced on September 26th and the award will be presented at the OCR World Championships on Friday, October 14, in Blue, Mountain, Canada.
Four finalists have been selected for the 2016 For Those Who Would OCR Humanitarian Award. Although there were numerous deserving nominations, the selection committee composed of representatives from For Those Who Would, Mud Run Guide, and Obstacle Course Racing World Championship was charged with n...
“I also know that science-based interventions typically require more effort, from all involved in providing treatment, including caregivers….The equiva-lent exists in the fitness community, which is why so many “quick fix” and “low effort” gimmicks exist that ultimately aren’t effective, continue to thrive. With KB4A, I chose to focus on supporting evidenced based treat-ment, because I want to bring more attention to practices that are likely to provide individuals with autism and their families the best possible outcome.” Read more in our interview with Christina Danos, founder of Kettlebells 4 Autism. ... See MoreSee Less
Written by Alice M Walkup, MS, BCBA Christina Danos (right) Here at ASAT we are always excited to collaborate with organizations and businesses who share our commitment to evidence-based autism treatment. One such organization is Kettlebells 4 Autism, a Canadian-based effort dedicated to raising aut...
Briana OstroskyWow! What a great program committed to disseminating information and supporting evidence based intervention. It may take more time and effort, but much more worth while than a "quick fix", which we find in the end doesnt really "fix" anything! Thanks for supporting ASAT 🙂2 days ago · 1