CASP Member Spotlight – Little Star Center

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CASP Member Spotlight: Little Star Center Hi Everyone, To help CASP members connect and learn more about one another, we are starting member spotlights. I loved reading the responses that Little Star's ED, Mary Rosswurm, [...]

ACA Repeal

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A few weeks ago many of you participated in CASP’s virtual round table during which the impact of repealing the Affordable Care Act (ACA) on Autism services was discussed. Since that time the House leadership [...]

Meet with the CASP ED at APBA

Are you attending APBA? If so, I’d love to hear from you! I will be attending the conference and would like to set up a time to meet with you to learn more about the [...]

Meet with the CASP ED at CalABA

Are you attending CalABA? If so, I’d love to hear from you! I will be attending the conference and would like to set up times to meet one on one with as many of you [...]

CASP Newsletter

Welcome to the first edition of the CASP newsletter! I know that all of us receive many emails and newsletters on a daily basis. The majority of which go unread. I hope to make this [...]

CASP Hires Executive Director

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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 [...]

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 [...]

CASP Annual Conference – Registration Opens OCTOBER 1!

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

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CASP Leadership

Executive Director

Emily Callahan
Emily CallahanPh.D., BCBA-D
Council of Autism Service Providers
Executive Director
ecallahan@casproviders.org

Board of Directors

Stephen Anderson
Stephen AndersonPh.D., BCBA-D
The Summit Center
Chief Executive Officer

Provider Listing

Ivy Chong
Ivy ChongPh.D., BCBA
The Scott Center for Autism Treatment
Director of Autism Services and Training

Provider Listing

Lani Fritts
Lani FrittsMBA
Trumpet Behavioral Health
Managing Director
CASP Treasurer

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Rita Gardner
Rita GardnerMPH, LABA, BCBA
Melmark New England
CEO

Provider Listing

Joanne Gerenser
Joanne GerenserPh.D., CCC-SLP
The Eden II Programs
Executive Director
CASP Board President

Provider Listing

Jane Howard
Jane HowardPh.D., BCBA-D
Therapeutic Pathways-The Kendall School
Director

Provider Listing

Suzanne Letso
Suzanne LetsoMA, BCBA
Connecticut Center for Child Development
CEO

Provider Listing

Ethan Long
Ethan LongPh.D., BCBA-D
Virginia Institute for Autism
Executive Director

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Steve Muller
Steve MullerMA
The Homestead
CEO

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Daniel Openden
Daniel OpendenPh.D., BCBA-D
Southwest Autism Research & Resource Center
President and CEO

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Vincent Strully
Vincent Strully
New England Center for Children
CEO and Founder
CASP Clerk

Provider Listing

Sarah Trautman-Eslinger
Sarah Trautman-EslingerMA, BCBA
STE Consultants
President and Founder

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