FOUNDING MEMBERS

We are proud to work together as CASP’s Founding Members
to create a strong national voice for autism providers

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The Council of Autism Service Providers is a non-profit association of provider organizations committed to evidence-based care. CASP supports its members by cultivating, sharing, and advocating for best practices in autism services.

CASP is thrilled to welcome new member Behavior Change Institute. Headquartered in Oakland, California, Behavior Change Institute is led by Kathleen Karimi and Dr. Joy Pollard, BCBA-D.

Congratulations on demonstrating your commitment to excellence, collaboration, and continuous quality improvement.
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The Council of Autism Service Providers is a non-profit association of provider organizations committed to evidence-based care. CASP supports its members by cultivating, sharing, and advocating for best practices in autism services.

CASP is thrilled to welcome new member Behavior Change Institute. Headquartered in Oakland, California, Behavior Change Institute is led by Kathleen Karimi and Dr. Joy Pollard, BCBA-D.

Congratulations on demonstrating your commitment to excellence, collaboration, and continuous quality improvement.

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Excellent!! Excited to see this Joy & Kathleen!

The Council of Autism Service Providers is a non-profit association of provider organizations committed to evidence-based care. CASP supports its members by cultivating, sharing, and advocating for best practices in autism services.

CASP is thrilled to welcome new member The Southcoast Autism Center. Headquartered in Fall River, Massachusetts, The Southcoast Autism Center has a staff of 75 and is led by Dr. Sinead Petersen, BCBA-D. They also have centers in Fairhaven and Acushnet, and are opening a new center soon in Rhode Island.

Congratulations on demonstrating your commitment to excellence, collaboration, and continuous quality improvement.
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The Council of Autism Service Providers is a non-profit association of provider organizations committed to evidence-based care. CASP supports its members by cultivating, sharing, and advocating for best practices in autism services.

CASP is thrilled to welcome new member The Southcoast Autism Center. Headquartered in Fall River, Massachusetts, The Southcoast Autism Center has a staff of 75 and is led by Dr. Sinead Petersen, BCBA-D. They also have centers in Fairhaven and Acushnet, and are opening a new center soon in Rhode Island.

Congratulations on demonstrating your commitment to excellence, collaboration, and continuous quality improvement.

The Council of Autism Service Providers is a non-profit association of provider organizations committed to evidence-based care. CASP supports its members by cultivating, sharing, and advocating for best practices in autism services.

CASP is thrilled to welcome new member Kadiant. Headquartered in California, Kadiant serves more than 1000 individuals with autism with a staff of 1300. Kadiant has offices in California, Georgia, Oregon, and Colorado and is led by Lani Fritts, MBA, alongside Chief Clinical Officer Paula Kenyon, BCBA-D.

Congratulations on demonstrating your commitment to excellence, collaboration, and continuous quality improvement.
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The Council of Autism Service Providers is a non-profit association of provider organizations committed to evidence-based care. CASP supports its members by cultivating, sharing, and advocating for best practices in autism services.

CASP is thrilled to welcome new member Kadiant. Headquartered in California, Kadiant serves more than 1000 individuals with autism with a staff of 1300. Kadiant has offices in California, Georgia, Oregon, and Colorado and is led by Lani Fritts, MBA, alongside Chief Clinical Officer Paula Kenyon, BCBA-D.

Congratulations on demonstrating your commitment to excellence, collaboration, and continuous quality improvement.

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So happy to have Kadiant as part of the CASP team.

The Council of Autism Service Providers is a non-profit association of provider organizations committed to evidence-based care. CASP supports its members by cultivating, sharing, and advocating for best practices in autism services.

CASP is thrilled to welcome new member Kadiant. Headquartered in California, Kadiant serves more than 1000 individuals with autism with a staff of 1300. Kadiant has offices in California, Georgia, Oregon, and Colorado and is led by Lani Fritts, MBA, alongside Chief Clinical Officer Paula Kenyon, BCBA-D.

Congratulations on demonstrating your commitment to excellence, collaboration, and continuous quality improvement.
... See MoreSee Less

The Council of Autism Service Providers is a non-profit association of provider organizations committed to evidence-based care. CASP supports its members by cultivating, sharing, and advocating for best practices in autism services.

CASP is thrilled to welcome new member Kadiant. Headquartered in California, Kadiant serves more than 1000 individuals with autism with a staff of 1300. Kadiant has offices in California, Georgia, Oregon, and Colorado and is led by Lani Fritts, MBA, alongside Chief Clinical Officer Paula Kenyon, BCBA-D.

Congratulations on demonstrating your commitment to excellence, collaboration, and continuous quality improvement.