|Project Title||Principal Investigator||Institution|
|Improved early identification of autism in Latino children||Anthony, Bruno||Georgetown University|
|Translating autism intervention for mental health services via knowledge exchange||Brookman-Frazee, Lauren||University of California, San Diego|
|Parent implemented training for autism through teleconsultation (PITA-T)||Clingan, Mark||West Virginia University|
|Using technology to expand and enhance applied behavioral analysis programs for children with autism in military families||Fisher, Wayne||University of Nebraska Medical Center|
|Evaluation of web-based curriculum assessment and program design||Granpeesheh, Doreen||Center for Autism and Related Disorders (CARD)|
|Evaluation of eLearning for training behavioral therapists||Granpeesheh, Doreen||Center for Autism and Related Disorders (CARD)|
|Innovative Adaptation & Dissemination of CER Products: Autism (iADAPT-ASD)||Harris, Mark||University of Southern California|
|Experimental evaluation of the Online and Applied System for Intervention Skills (OASIS) training program using video-conferencing for parents of children with an autism spectrum disorder||Heitzman-Powell, Linda||University of Kansas Medical Center Research Institute, Inc.|
|Tele-health delivery of a family-focused intervention to reduce anxiety in youth with autism spectrum disorders in rural Colorado||Hepburn, Susan||University of Colorado Denver|
|Development of an internet-based parent training intervention for children with ASD||Ingersoll, Brooke||Michigan State University|
|Live Interactive Broadcast Equalizing Rural Access to Teacher Education (LIBERATE) - Training personnel to serve school-age children with low incidence disabilities||Jameson, J. Matt||University of Utah|
|SOTELCO in classroom settings||Knowlton, Earle||University of Kansas Medical Center Research Institute, Inc.|
|Disseminating scientific information on autism to the Latino community||Lajonchere, Clara||University of Southern California|
|Behavioral treatment for autism in community settings using a telehealth network||Lindgren, Scott; Wacker, David||University of Iowa|
|Project STARS: Specialized Training in Autism for Rural Schools||Ludlow, Barbara||West Virginia University Research Corporation|
|Training rural providers in the assessment and treatment of emotional and behavioral disorders in autism||Magyar, Caroline||University of Rochester|
|Project DART: Distance Education for Autism Personnel in Rural Texas||Mehta, Smita||University of North Texas|
|Remote parent training project||Openden, Daniel||Southwestern Autism Research & Resource Center (SARRC)|
|Measuring the effects of training parents to provide intervention via the Arizona Telemedicine Program||Openden, Daniel||Southwestern Autism Research & Resource Center (SARRC)|
|Project SCIPP (Significant Cognitive Disabilities Personnel Preparation - A Multi-University Consortium)||Ryndak, Diane||University of Florida|
|Evaluation of an eLearning program for teaching parents of children with autism foundational knowledge of ABA||Tarbox, Jonathan||Center for Autism and Related Disorders (CARD)|
|Learn the signs. Act early. - Improving early identification of ASDs through improved parental awareness of developmental milestones||Wolf, Rebecca||Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)|
|IACC Strategic Plan Objective||2008||2009||2010||2011||2012||Total|
|Test four methods to improve dissemination, implementation, and sustainability of evidence-based interventions, services, and supports in diverse community settings by 2013.
IACC Recommended Budget: $7,000,000 over 5 years
|5.L.A. Funding: The recommended budget was met. Significantly more than the recommended minimum budget was allocated to projects specific to this objective.
Progress: This is a very broad objective, and a lot of research is being supported in this area. More work is needed, however, to cover the range of topics addressed in the objective.
Remaining gaps, needs and opportunities: Specifically, the requirement of projects looking at diverse community settings has not been met. Most of the projects listed are not focused on dissemination or may be using a model that is not well-translated to autism. Dissemination should be part of a grant application and this should be rigorously enforced. An opportunity in this area would be to create and support training institutes within existing networks that are focused on implementation and dissemination.