ASD On The Go is a multi-component intervention for adolescents and young adults with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). The intervention is individualized based on needs and focuses on improving social communication, organization/planning, and problem solving skills. The primary components of ASD On The Go include: a) learning through modules; b) coaching support; and c) self-monitoring, and are provided with a customizable range of intensity and duration specific to the needs of an individual or small group of individuals with ASD. The ASD On The Go intervention is most appropriate for individuals with ASD who are working to become more engaged in work, school, and community settings.
Who’s ASD On The Go designed for?
ASD On The Go is designed for anyone with an ASD diagnosis who can benefit from social skill, problem solving, or organizational support. ASD On The Go can be accessed by a special education teacher, school counselor, behavioral therapist, parent or guardian, or the individual with ASD.
Where does ASD On The Go work?
ASD On The Go is designed to work in a variety of settings. The tools individuals learn can be used in a school setting, a work environment, in the community, and at home. ASD On The Go can be tailored to each individual’s specific needs and the existing settings of the individual.
How do I learn more or gain free access to module, coaching and self-monitoring resources?
If you are interested in increasing social competence, problem solving, and organizational skills for an adolescent or young adult with ASD, if you want to learn more about participating in the current research investigations of ASD On The Go, or if you want to bring ASD On The Go to your school, business, or community please contact Howard Wills, Ph.D. at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact Juniper Gardens Children’s Project at 913-321-3143. In Indiana please contact Rose Mason at Purdue University at email@example.com or by phone at 765-494-7238.