Seminar – Aubyn Stahmer, PhD – Topic: Adapting Evidence-based Practices for Children with Autism in Collaboration with Community Providers

John D. Wiley Conference Center, Room T216
@ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Waisman Center

Aubyn Stahmer, PhD
UC Davis MIND Institute

About the Speaker: Dr. Aubyn Stahmer, PhD is a professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences and the Director of the Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities at the MIND Institute. She is an expert in the translation of evidence-based autism research to community-based practice and delivery. The main goals of her research include developing ways to help community providers, such as teachers and therapists, help autistic children and their families by providing high quality care. She is an internationally respected expert in the use of naturalistic developmental behavioral interventions which are validated treatments for autism. Dr. Stahmer has conducted extensive research in the areas of parent coaching, early intervention, inclusive education and services research in autism.

Dr. Stahmer leads several grants funded through the U.S. Department of Education that involve adapting evidence-based practices for children with autism in collaboration with teachers and community providers. She is a member of the Autism Research Intervention Network in Behavioral Health (AIRB), a multi-site, community partnered program aimed at increasing access to evidence-based care to autistic children and their families in rural and historically marginalized populations. Most of her work is conducted in collaboration with community partners who shape the research questions and goals with the academic team. She is an editor of Autism: International Journal of Research and Practice. In addition, she is very involved in the autism community, participating in the California Best Practice Guidelines Committee and the National Standards projects, developing guidelines for autism treatment.

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The seminar series is funded by the John D. Wiley Conference Center Fund, the Friends of the Waisman Center and Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) grant P50HD105353.

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