Families Webinar

Adaptations of a Parent Education Program for Underserved Parents of Children at Risk for Autism Spectrum Disorder.  You will be sent the Zoom link 2-3 days prior to the event.

Date: 18th March

Start: 11.00 am – 12.30pm  CST USA (Length: 90 minutes).  To find out the start time in your country click HERE

 

 

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Presentations

  • Welcome and overview of parent educational program, Parents Taking Action (PTA) designed for Latino families in the USA
    Sandy Magaña, Professor, University of Texas at Austin

 

  • Adapting PTA for Caregivers of Black Children with Autism in Low-Income Baltimore Neighborhoods
    Sarah Dababnah, Associate Professor, University of Maryland, Baltimore

 

  • Culturally Adapting Parents Taking Action for Chinese Immigrant Families of Children with ASD in the United States
    Yue Xu, PhD Candidate, University of Illinois at Chicago

 

  • Adaptation and Evaluation of the Program Parents Taking Action (PTA) for Parents of Pre/adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) in Colombia
    Mariana Garcia Torres, PhD Candidate, University of Illinois at Chicago

 

  • Embedding Parent Coaching into a Culturally Informed Parent Education Intervention for Families in Low-Resource Communities
    Sandra Vanegas, Assistant Professor, Texas State University, San Marcos

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