Congratulations To Sarah For Her Top Downloaded ArticleSunday, June 9 2019
Sarah Wood, an Educational and Development Psychologist and Clinical Supervisor with Learning For Life, has received a certificate of achievement in recognition that her article, Audit of outcomes following a community-based early intensive behaviour intervention program for children with autism in Australia, published in Australian Journal of Psychology, is one of the journal’s top downloaded recent papers!
This means that amongst articles published between January 2017 and December 2018, Sarah’s paper received some of the most downloads in the 12 months following online publication. Also, Sarah’s work generated immediate impact and visibility, contributing significantly to the advancement of her field.
Congratulations on your wonderful achievement Sarah!
Find out more about the Journal Article below.
Outcomes Following a Community-based Early Intensive Behaviour Intervention (EIBI) Program for Children with Autism in Australia
We have recently completed this first study to analyse these children’s outcomes, e.g. how many achieved ‘best outcomes’ and what skill gains they achieved. The study shows how children progressed through their ABA programs and demonstrates the effectiveness of our Full-Service Model. It is distinctive as the only research conducted to date on the effectiveness of intensive, early intervention, home-based ABA programs conducted exclusively on a community-based cohort of Australian children.