Staff at the Indiana Resource Center for Autism have created an annotated list of selected state agencies/organizations that can provide information, training, advocacy, and empowerment for people with disabilities and their families. The list can be found at: https://www.iidc.indiana.edu/pages/irca-selected-state-resources-for-information-training-advocacy
Diagnosis/Assessment in Indiana: Autism Spectrum Disorders and Mental Health
Looking for a health care provider who can make a diagnosis of an autism spectrum disorder and/or mental health concern? Staff at the Indiana Resource Center for Autism have updated their listing of providers throughout the state and surrounding states who can help. To read their article and viewing the listing, please visit: https://www.iidc.indiana.edu/pages/how-and-where-to-obtain-a-diagnosis-assessment-in-indiana
Discrete Trial Teaching: What is it?
Ever wondered what Discrete trial training (DTT) is? As you can find out in an article from the Indiana Resource Center for Autism, DTT is a method of teaching. The article offers the basic tenents of DTT and how it differs from applied behavior analysis (ABA). To read the article, please visit: https://www.iidc.indiana.edu/pages/discrete-trial-teaching-what-is-it