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How ASAT Supports Parents of Older Children and Adults

David Celiberti, Brian Fennell, Preeti Chojar, Franca Pastro, Sabrina Freeman, Mary Jane Weiss, and Vincent Winterling As an organization, we have long been committed to the promotion of evidence-based practices for all individuals with autism across the lifespan. Because autism is typically a lifelong developmental disability, many individuals with autism have a myriad of needs…

ASAT Responds to Science-Based Medicine’s, “Preying on the Vulnerable: Electrodiagnostics, Bach Flower Remedies, and Sound Therapy for Autism, ADHD, and Learning Problems”

Dr. Hall, Thank you for your article.  We deeply appreciate your recognition of the work of the Association for Science in Autism Treatment in taking steps to keep science at the forefront of every conversation about autism treatment.  Your readers may not be aware of the sad reality that there are over 500 proposed treatments…

An Interview with Devon Sundberg, MS, BCBA

An Interview with Devon Sundberg, MS, BCBA, CEO of the Behavior Analysis Center for Autism (BACA) and the Women in Behavior Analysis (WIBA) Conference Director Conducted by David Celiberti, PhD, BCBA-D Association for Science in Autism Treatment David: How did you come up with the idea for Women in Behavior Analysis? Devon: A few years…

Standing for science, supporting Applied Behavior Analysis

The Association for Science in Autism Treatment: Standing for science, supporting Applied Behavior Analysis By David Celiberti Patrick O’Leary Alice Bravo Sunita Chhatwani Melissa Taylor How ASAT promotes the field of applied behavior analysis:  ASAT is committed to the promotion of evidence-based practices for individuals with autism. Applied behavior analysis (ABA) has consistently been shown to…

How ASAT Supports Faculty In and Out of the Classroom

Kerry Ann Conde, PhD, BCBA-D Amanda Fisher, PhD, BCBA-D Brian Fennell, PhD David Celiberti, PhD, BCBA-D The Association for Science in Autism Treatment (ASAT) was established in 1998 as a not-for-profit organization of parents and professionals committed to improving the education, treatment, and care of people with autism. With a mission to promote science-based treatments…

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