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July 16, 2019 – Healthcare Fraud Law and ABA

The national newsletter “Fraud News Daily” recently featured an article on ABA providers sentenced to prison for their ABA billing practices. Two South Carolina women were ordered to federal prison Tuesday for their roles in a federal health care fraud in a long-running illegal scheme where a company falsely billed government health insurance [...]

CASP Member Spotlight – The Faison Center

CASP Member Spotlight - The Faison Center Hi Everyone, I am excited to share our member spotlight of the Faison Center with you. The Faison Center is based in Richmond, Virginia and you may remember their President and CEO, Brian McCann, sharing information about The Faison Residences at the 2017 CASP conference. Read below to [...]

CASP Member Spotlight – Institute for Child Development

CASP Member Spotlight The Institute for Child Development Hi Everyone, I am excited to share our member spotlight of the Institute for Child Development with you. The Institute for Child Development has been an integral part of CASP's development as an organization and their Executive Director, Dr. Ray Romanczyk, was one of CASP's founders. I'd [...]

CASP Member Spotlight – In STEPPS

CASP Member Spotlight: In STEPPS Hi Everyone, I am pleased to share our member spotlight of In STEPPS with you. They have been involved in the CAS conference from almost the very beginning and were one of the first organizations to submit their application and be approved, once CASP became a membership organization. I am [...]

CASP Member Spotlight – Amego, Inc.

CASP Member Spotlight: Amego, Inc. Hi Everyone, I am pleased to share our member spotlight of Amego, Inc. with you. Make sure to read their interesting fact. They still serve the very first student that enrolled in their program in 1971! Thank you to Amego's Chief Operating Officer, Penny Potter, for such thoughtful responses. I [...]

AHRQ Report on Medical Interventions for Individuals with ASD

AHRQ report on medical interventions for ASD View this email in your browser AHRQ Report on the Effectiveness of Medical Interventions for Individuals with ASD Hi Everyone,   Do you ever receive questions about the research behind medical interventions for individuals with ASD?   The Agency for Healthcare and Research Quarterly (AHRQ) recently published an [...]

CASP Member Spotlight – Little Star Center

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, provided for our first member spotlight. I was blown away reading about their philanthropic efforts and I definitely plan to [...]

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 needs of your organization. I met with many CASP members at ABAI Autism and CalABA and found the experience invaluable.If [...]

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 as possible to learn more about the needs of your organization.If you or someone from your organization would be interested [...]

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 communication different. The goal of this newsletter is to be brief, to provide members with information relevant to autism, organizational [...]

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 [...]