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Practitioner Training$47,784,424.00
Fiscal Year: 2010
  

Download 2010 Practitioner Training projects (EXCEL)
Projects in this subcategory seek to increase skill levels in service providers, including medical providers, direct support workers, parents and legal guardians, education staff, and public service workers.
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
East Carolina University Pathways Zambone, Alana Q5.Other East Carolina University
Consortium for promoting cross-linguistic understanding of communication disabilities in children Louw, Brenda Q5.Other East Tennessee State University
Family Resource Center, Inc. Murnan, Monica Q5.Other Family Resource Center, Inc.
Florida's State Personnel Development Grant Sullivan, Margaret Q5.Other Florida Department of Education
Project PEACE (Preparing Educators About Autism Through Collaborative Efforts) Valle-Riestra, Diana Q5.L.C Florida International University
Project ASSET: Autism Spectrum Specialized Education and Training (ASSET) Woods, Juliann Q5.L.C Florida State University
Planning grants for Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities Crimmins, Daniel Q5.L.C Georgia State University
Illinois Autism Coaching Network (IACN) Gould, Kathy Q5.L.C Illinois Autism Training and Techncial Assistance Project
Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities Rau, John D. Q5.L.C Indiana University
Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities Goldstein, Gary Q5.L.C Johns Hopkins University
Eastern Kentucky Autism Training Project Mancil, Rich Q5.L.C Kentucky Autism Training Center
Training school psychologists as specialists in the inclusion of students with autism Cole, Christine Q5.Other Lehigh University
Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities Edwards, Karen Q5.L.C New York Medical College
Targeting the big three: Challenging behaviors, mealtime behaviors, and toileting Yoo, J. Helen Q5.L.C New York State Institute for Basic Research
Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities Ratliff-Schaub, Karen Q5.L.C Ohio State University
Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities Blasco, Peter Q5.L.C Oregon Health & Science University
Training of low-incidence personnel Zager, Dianne Q5.Other Pace University
Personnel to serve students with autism and significant cognitive disabilities Zager, Dianne Q5.Other Pace University
Futures Project: Preparing special educators to use evidence-based practices to support desirable futures for students with significant disabilities Falco, Ruth Q5.Other Portland State University
Behavioral intervention in autism: Practitioner skills Hamad, Charles Q5.L.C Praxis, Inc.
Training personnel in minority institutions to serve infants, toddlers, and children with disabilities Brusca-Vega, Rita Q5.Other Purdue University
Developmental Behavioral Pediatrics Training Program High, Pam Q5.L.C Rhode Island Hospital
Sustaining evidence-based practice for young learners with autism spectrum disorders through a M.A. degree program Hall, Laura Q5.Other San Diego State University
Personnel development to improve services and results for children with disabilities Amison, Jennie Q5.L.C San Diego State University Foundation
Improving the preparation of related services personnel to serve children with autism spectrum disorders: The Transdisciplinary Autism Specialty Project (TASP) Gutierrez-Clellen, Vera Q5.L.C San Diego State University Foundation