Project ECHO

Project ECHO logoProject ECHO ® is a lifelong learning and guided practice model that is designed to build capacity of individuals around the state to provide evidence-based services. The heart of the ECHO model is its hub-and-spoke knowledge-sharing networks. Families are key members of our ECHO development teams and leadership Hubs. Hub teams (specialists and family members) and spokes (ECHO participants) create knowledge-sharing networks in a learning loop:

  • Community providers learn from specialists and family members
  • Community providers learn from each other
  • Specialists learn from community providers and families as best practices emerge

Read More about Project ECHO

Read The ECHO Effect, an article about Project ECHO at Waisman Center.