The Koegel Autism Center's primary research goals are increasing our understanding of autism spectrum disorders, the development and implementation of state-of-the-art treatments, as well as the improvement of elementary and secondary education efforts for children with autism and other severe disabilities. The center's primary interests lie in research and training (both pre-service and in-service), focusing on family support and on the education of children with autism in community environments and classrooms with their typically developing peers. The center conducts research regarding the development of treatment delivery systems through families, schools, non-disabled peers, and others who provide support for children with autism in educational settings. The center is funded by a number of sources, including the state of California, federal research and training grants from the National Institutes of Health, the Department of Education, and through private donations.
*Is your child between the ages of 5-14 years of age and enrolled in school?
*Are they having difficulties completing academic tasks during homework time?
*Do you have concern about their academic progress?
If so, your child may be eligible to participate in a research study to increase your child’s motivation during academic tasks. You may be present for all intervention sessions.
Contact Samantha Poyser at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information! Space is limited.
DAILY LIVING SKILLS PROGRAM FOR COLLEGE STUDENTS WITH AUTISM!
WHAT: UCSB’s Koegel Autism Center is offering 8 weeks of no cost services to qualifying full time college students with autism spectrum disorder as part of a research study! The program combines a behavioral intervention and a peer mentor program to improve daily living skills needed for success in higher education. The program features peer-mentors, self-tracking of key skills, fun activities with a peer mentor, and weekly-individualized lessons with a master’s level clinician.
WHO: College students between the ages of 18 and 25 years must have average cognitive functioning and be full-time students in a higher education setting. They must also be able to travel to the UCSB campus at least once a week. College students must have a parent or former caregiver who is willing to complete a confidential online form asking about their child’s social, communication, and daily living skills.
WHEN: Please contact the research investigator below to schedule your intake session today!
All research participation is voluntary.
Please contact Erin Engstrom at email@example.com for more information or to schedule an intake!