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Efficacious and Cost-Effective Service Delivery$5,829,808.00
Fiscal Year: 2010
  

Download 2010 Efficacious and Cost-Effective Service Delivery projects (EXCEL)
This subcategory includes programs involving web-based curricula and interventions as well as telehealth methodology, all of which could benefit those in underserved areas. Various parent training projects (to deliver a behavioral therapy, for example) using web-based methods such as teleconsultation and videofeedback make distributing the training programs cost-effective and accessible across the country. Studies to improve dental care are also in this subcategory for effective service delivery.
Graph: The Practitioner training subcategory in Question 5 dwarfed the other four categories, accounting for 74% of the funding for this question. Services utilization and access followed with 13% of the funding, and Efficacious and cost-effective service delivery accounted for 9%. Only 3% of funding was designated for projects related to Family well-being and safety, and even less (1%) for Community inclusion programs.
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Project Title Principal Investigator Strategic Plan Objective Institution
Using technology to expand and enhance applied behavioral analysis programs for children with autism in military families Fisher, Wayne Q5.L.A University of Nebraska Medical Center
Translating autism intervention for mental health services via knowledge exchange Brookman-Frazee, Lauren Q5.L.A University of California, San Diego
The Professional Development Center: Children with autism spectrum disorders Odom, Samuel Q5.L.C University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Tele-health delivery of a family-focused intervention to reduce anxiety in youth with autism spectrum disorders in rural Colorado Hepburn, Susan Q5.L.A University of Colorado Denver
SOTELCO in classroom settings Knowlton, Earle Q5.L.A University of Kansas Medical Center Research Institute, Inc.
Remote parent training project Openden, Daniel Q5.L.A Southwestern Autism Research & Resource Center (SARRC)
Parent implemented training for autism through teleconsultation (PITA-T) Clingan, Mark Q5.L.A West Virginia University
Measuring the effects of training parents to provide intervention via the Arizona Telemedicine Program Openden, Daniel Q5.L.A Southwestern Autism Research & Resource Center (SARRC)
Measuring quality adjusted life years in children with autism spectrum disorders (supplement) Tilford, John; Kuhlthau, Karen Q5.Other Arkansas Children's Hospital Research Institute
Measuring quality adjusted life years in children with autism spectrum disorders Tilford, John; Kuhlthau, Karen Q5.Other University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
Innovative Adaptation & Dissemination of CER Products: Autism (iADAPT-ASD) Harris, Mark Q5.L.A 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 Q5.L.A University of Kansas Medical Center Research Institute, Inc.
Evaluation of web-based curriculum assessment and program design Granpeesheh, Doreen Q5.L.A Center for Autism and Related Disorders (CARD)
Evaluation of an eLearning program for teaching parents of children with autism foundational knowledge of ABA Tarbox, Jonathan Q5.L.A Center for Autism and Related Disorders (CARD)
Establishing compliance with dental procedures in children with ASD Bishop, Michele Q5.L.E Center for Autism and Related Disorders (CARD)
Development of an internet-based parent training intervention for children with ASD Ingersoll, Brooke Q5.L.A Michigan State University
Comprehensive collection, charting, and communication system Levine, Minna Q5.Other Symtrend, Inc.
Behavioral treatment for autism in community settings using a telehealth network Lindgren, Scott; Wacker, David Q5.L.A University of Iowa
An evaluation of brief scheduled breaks to reduce distress in typical and developmentally disabled children undergoing restorative dental treatment Allen, Keith Q5.L.E University of Nebraska Medical Center