CASP exists to cultivate, share, and advocate for provider best practices in autism services. Starting in 2016, CASP began assembling teams of experts to develop Organizational Standards on a variety of topics that are critical to the delivery of high-quality and sustainable services.
These standards reflect hundreds of hours contributed by recognized experts in diverse areas with specialized knowledge regarding the structures and processes critical to providing quality services to individuals with ASD and their families.
Because the development of standards is a time-consuming process involving dozens of carefully selected writers, reviewers, editors, and more, the overall process is slow. Below is a chart showing progress on the development of the CASP Standards.
On August 21st, CASP will host a webinar as a soft-release of the Telehealth chapter from our Organizational Standards manual. CASP members Dr. Joy Pollard and Kathleen Karimi, who contributed content to the Telehealth chapter, will lead the “Telehealth in ABA” discussion. Non-CASP members are welcome to join this webinar.
CASP thanks all of you who have given, and are giving, of your time to produce this valuable consensus resource for the autism provider community. ... See MoreSee Less