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Making Implementation Happen. Bridging the Research to Practice Gap.

RESOURCE PADLET FOR SUPPORTING STUDENTS WITH AUTISM RETURN TO IN-PERSON SCHOOLING 
SELPA CONTENT LEAD-ASD, CAPTAIN/Marin County SELPA

ENGLISH
https://padlet.com/SELPACAPTAIN/a8koaq55ly7m72rs

SPANISH
https://padlet.com/SELPACAPTAIN/fi0rpf81ldrdhxiv

RESOURCE AND GUIDANCE PADLETS DURING SCHOOL CLOSURES FOR STUDENTS WITH ASD
SELPA CONTENT LEAD-ASD, CAPTAIN/Marin County SELPA

Here is the link to the English Padlet:
https://padlet.com/SELPACAPTAIN/xr3r3q3szpyf

Here is the link to the Spanish Padlet for Families:
https://padlet.com/SELPACAPTAIN/c4ibcglc414h

Welcome

CAPTAIN is a multiagency network developed to support the understanding and use of evidence based practices for individuals on the autism spectrum across California.

CAPTAIN is dedicated to the following:

  • Providing statewide access to trainings and resources in Evidence Based Practices (EBPs) that are culturally sensitive, family centered, cost effective, and competency based.

  • Establishing supports that are locally based with trainer of trainers at the local level.

  • Emphasizing how to use EBPs to assist students in accessing the California State Standards and developing College and Career Readiness.

  • Providing ongoing training, support, and technical assistance to implement EBPs and ensure fidelity of implementation.

  • Supporting the development of local multiagency collaborations to support consistent use of EBPs.

  • Providing an annual training summit and a forum for collegial communication and support to CAPTAIN Cadre members.

  • Providing web-based access to materials and resources that are vetted and align with current EBPs.

  • Providing information and outreach to other interested stakeholders and provider groups who could benefit from learning more about EBPs (e.g. Professional Organizations, Higher Education, Self Advocates, Allied Health Providers).

  • Promoting the acceptance, support and quality of life for individuals on the autism spectrum; using appropriate language to be respectful of varied perspectives; and employing the term “person/individual on the autism spectrum.” We encourage people to read the article, First Do No Harm: Suggestions Regarding Respectful Autism Language: https://bit.ly/36Lf15j





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