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CASP Hires Executive Director

PRESS RELEASE September 7, 2016 Council of Autism Service Providers Hires First Executive Director The Council of Autism Service Providers (CASP) is pleased to announce the hiring of Dr. Emily Callahan as its first Executive Director. CASP provides support to autism service providers across the United States by cultivating, sharing and advocating for the best [...]

By |November 7th, 2016|Member News, Press Releases|Comments Off on CASP Hires Executive Director

CASP and ASAT respond to The Atlantic’s, “Is the Most Common Therapy for Autism Cruel?”

Misrepresentations of ABA lead to confusion for parents and families already struggling with the stressors associated with finding appropriate resources for individuals on the autism spectrum. CASP and ASAT recently responded to one such misrepresentation published in The Atlantic magazine. September 13, 2016 Source Dear Mr. Gould, We are writing in response to an article [...]

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CASP ANNUAL CONFERENCE – REGISTRATION OPENS OCTOBER 1

  JANUARY 9-10, 2017 CASP ANNUAL CONFERENCE THE LINQ HOTEL LAS VEGAS, NV REGISTRATION WILL OPEN FOR CASP MEMBERS ON OCTOBER 1. KEYNOTE SPEAKERS TO INCLUDE: ANDY GOODMAN - Storytelling as best practice (www.thegoodmancenter.com) HANK CLARK AND VINCENT STRULLY - Crisis management LORRI UNUMB - Autism insurance reform BREAKOUT SESSION TOPICS TO INCLUDE: Best practices in establishing [...]

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CASP’s Annual Conference | Jan 9-10, 2017

CASP's Annual Conference will be held at The Linq in Las Vegas on January 9-10, 2017. More conference information will be forthcoming in the next month!

By |June 7th, 2016|Member News, Press Releases|0 Comments

Filling a Void!

1 in 45. The diagnostic rate for Autism is a well publicized statistic. The number of children diagnosed with Autism has risen at a startling rate over the past 2 decades.

By |December 1st, 2015|Member News, Press Releases|0 Comments