Technology Support to Track the Effectiveness of Intervention Therapies

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Jaiden.net reports: “In treating children with autism, it is critical in many programs and services to track significant amounts of data, both for reporting purposes and in assessing learning, behavior and intervention effectiveness. Current data collection techniques can be extremely time consuming, may inhibit the caregiver-child interaction, may be subjective, and do not always communicate all of the information needed to fully assess the skills and treatment objectives under consideration.

“In an effort to streamline data-gathering processes and support the therapy team. . .

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“In treating children with autism, it is critical in many programs and services to track significant amounts of data, both for reporting purposes and in assessing learning, behavior and intervention effectiveness. Current data collection techniques can be extremely time consuming, may inhibit the caregiver-child interaction, may be subjective, and do not always communicate all of the information needed to fully assess the skills and treatment objectives under consideration.

“In an effort to streamline data-gathering processes and support the therapy teams working with individuals with autism, Gregory Abowd, D.Phil. and his research team have received a CAN Innovative Technology for Autism grant award.”

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    • Laurie1221 on February 20, 2016

      Sounds like a much needed study

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