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Electronic Signature Agreement & Terms

By selecting the "I Accept" button, you are signing this Agreement electronically. You agree your electronic signature is the legal equivalent of your manual/handwritten signature on this Agreement. By selecting, "I Accept" using any device, means or action, you consent to the legally binding terms and conditions of this Agreement. You further agree that your signature on this document (hereafter referred to as your "E-Signature") is as valid as if you signed the document in writing. You also agree that no certification authority or other third party verification is necessary to validate your E-Signature, and that the lack of such certification or third party verification will not in any way affect the enforceability of your E-Signature or any resulting agreement between you and CASP. You are also confirming that you are the person authorized to enter into this Agreement. You further agree that each use of your email equates to your E-Signature and constitutes your agreement to be bound by the terms and conditions of these Disclosures and Agreement as they exist on the date of your E-Signature on this form.


I, the [applicant, submitter] of this form, warrant the truthfulness of the information provided in this application.

Membership Organization Application Attestation

CASP is committed to promoting the use of evidence-based practice (EBP) for the clients served by our member organizations. To date, Applied Behavior Analysis has the strongest evidence for supporting persons on the Autism Spectrum. EBP in Applied Behavior Analytic service delivery entails the integration of clinical expertise, the best research evidence for delivering behavioral intervention, and well-articulated ethical standards. The best research evidence comes from sound experimental methodology that demonstrates functional control of teaching or clinical procedures over target behavior.

CASP acknowledges that some of the services provided by member organizations may have emerging efficacy research. CASP Member Organizations continually monitor, evaluate and alter their programs based on objective data and new research.


  • As the chief executive of this organization, I attest that the majority of our agency’s clinical/educational activities use ABA principles as the foundation for our treatment interventions.
  • I further attest that we do not use methods/practices that have been shown to be ineffective with individuals with autism.
  • I further attest that this agency is in good standing in the state(s) in which we operate and federal agencies with oversight responsibilities, including the IRS.

I have reviewed and agree to the terms of the CASP Member Logo Usage Agreement

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Membership Eligibility Criterion

The mission of CASP is to cultivate, share and advocate for best practices in autism services.  CASP is committed to ensuring quality, safe and effective care for the individual’s served by our membership organizations.

In order to realize our mission, it is required that CASP member organizations promote and implement evidence-based practices within their agency.

Components of evidence-based practices include, but are not limited, to the following:

  • Intervention choices are guided by published research in peer-reviewed journals.
  • Task force findings related to evidence-based treatments are also considered.
  • Providers have the proper credentials and experience, as well as a respect for the scientific literature.
  • Those who carry out the actual intervention are well trained and supervised to ensure treatment integrity.
  • Carefully implemented instruction promotes initial success, ongoing gains, and ultimate mastery, as well as maximizes carryover across settings.
  • Objective data are collected and used to guide clinical decision-making.
  • Services are well coordinated, particularly when multiple disciplines are involved.  All providers use evidence-based practice and collect data to measure   progress.
  • Ongoing interventions efforts are adapted as new findings are published in peer-reviewed journals.*

*Source: The Association for Science in Autism Treatment,

CASP Member Organizations will NOT promote nor implement disproven practices.

The CASP Member Organization Application will ask for the following information:

  1. Member Organization information including legal name, address, website
  2. Person completing the application (must be someone authorized to act on behalf of the organization) as well as secondary contact
  3. Description of services provided to persons with autism
  4. Annual budget

External Membership Review Process:

  1. CASP membership applications are reviewed by the CASP Membership Committee (CMC).
  2. Membership applications will be reviewed by the CMC within a reasonable timeframe, not to exceed 45-days.
  3. Annual membership fee, based on an agency’s total annual budget, will be invoiced and due upon receipt.
  4. If an agency’s application for membership is not approved, CASP will provide a written rationale regarding the decision of the CMC.

Membership in CASP is at the discretion of the CASP Board of Directors and is based on materials submitted as understood and interpreted by the CMC.

Membership Year

The CASP membership year runs from July 1 to June 30. Once approved, members will not need to reapply for membership on an annual basis. But, if there are significant changes in an organization’s structure of the services being offered, the CASP membership committee may ask for additional information to maintain membership. Invoices for renewal will be sent to members 60 days prior to the end of the membership year. Questions about that process can be directed to