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National Professional Development Center on ASD. Lisa Sullivan MIND Institute, UC Davis. National Professional Development Center on ASD. Where we began and where we are now The future of the Center Your work in Idaho and other states. Goals of NPDC.

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National professional development center on asd

National Professional Development Center on ASD

Lisa Sullivan

MIND Institute, UC Davis


National professional development center on asd1

National Professional Development Center on ASD

  • Where we began and where we are now

  • The future of the Center

  • Your work in Idaho and other states


Goals of npdc

Goals of NPDC

Promote effective use of evidence-based practices (EBP) to support optimal student and family outcomes

Develop successful teams of implementers through sustainable technical assistance and professional development

Translate research into practice


Bridge the gap

Bridge the Gap

Research-based practices

Replicable practices in the classroom


State involvement to date

State Involvement to Date

VT

MN

WI

ID

MI

RI

IN

CA

VA

KY

NM

Cohort 1

Cohort 2

Cohort 3

Cohort 4

TX


Systems approach

Systems Approach

  • State leadership involvement

  • Establish infrastructure and resources for change

  • Recruit teams

    • Local and state coaches

    • School sites & families

  • Start with targeted change

  • Support sustainability


Implementation science and systems change

Implementation Science andSystems Change

School Sites and

School Districts

Model

Programs

Regions

State Wide

Across Systems


Promoting real change

Promoting Real Change

  • Implementation Science Research

    • Change happens at different levels

    • Change takes time and requires organizational shifts and reflection

    • Sustainability must be built in to process

      National Implementation Research Network, Fixsen & Blase (2007)


Summary of activities

Summary of Activities

  • Introductory Online Course

  • Intensive Summer Training

  • Introduction to EBP, Measurement Tools and Protocol

  • Prioritize student goals

  • Monthly Coaching and Consultation

  • Team meetings

  • Data collection, assessment, feedback

  • Monitoring progress and modifying plans


Npdc website

NPDC Website

  • http://autismpdc.fpg.unc.edu/


Site descriptions 2007 2012

Site Descriptions (2007- 2012)

  • 12 states; 61 model/expansion sites

    • 10 preschools

    • 27 elementary schools

    • 13 middle schools

    • 11 high schools

  • Breakdown by type of program

    • 51% are self-contained programs

    • 49% are inclusive programs


Outcomes of npdc partnerships

Outcomes of NPDC Partnerships

Overall

Program Quality

Individual Student Progress

Use of Evidence-Based Practice

Family Satisfaction

Data represent the first 28 model sites


Assessing program quality

Assessing Program Quality

Autism Program Environment Rating Scale (APERS)

  • Designed to assess quality indicators of programs for students with ASD


Apers scores p e

APERS Scores (P/E)

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Apers scores m h

APERS Scores (M/H)

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Use of evidence based practices

Use of Evidence-Based Practices


Description of scaling

Description of Scaling

Consists of a five point range of performances for students:

-2 Much less than expected(present level)

-1 Somewhat less than expected

0 Expected level of outcome (annual goal)

+1 Somewhat more than expected

+2 Much more than expected


Individual student outcomes

Individual Student Outcomes

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Family program satisfaction

Family Program Satisfaction

Effect Size

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National professional development center on asd

NPDC

  • What’s next?


Npdc updates

NPDC Updates

  • Qualitative Study

  • Manual of Procedures (MOP)

  • Coaching Manual

  • Creating additional videos for modules(?)

  • Piloting early intervention materials thanks to Autism Speaks grant

  • Updating List of EBP based on recent

    research / literature review


State partners

State Partners

Examples from other states

  • Michigan – START

  • California – CAPTAINS

  • Texas – Using NPDC model statewide

  • New Mexico


Systems change implementation science resources

Systems Change / Implementation Science Resources

  • http://sisep.fpg.unc.edu/resources


Website information http autismpdc fpg unc edu

Website Information: http://autismpdc.fpg.unc.edu/

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Thank you

Thank You!

  • Families & children

  • School teams

  • State and Local Trainers

  • State Leaders

  • NPDC Team


Contact info

Contact Info

  • [email protected]


Questions

Questions


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