Assistant Professor Dr. Sarah Dababnah and colleagues at the University of California-Davis MIND Institute and San Diego State University have a new paper, "Considerations in Implementing Evidence-Based Early ASD Interventions in Community Settings," published in Pediatric Medicine. The invited paper is part of a special issue, "Implementing Autism Early Intervention: A Global Perspective."
Despite the critical importance of early intervention for young children on the autism spectrum, and the abundance of well-tested interventions, few of these interventions are widely available in community settings. Dr. Dababnah and her colleagues discuss various contextual factors to consider to promote wider dissemination of these interventions. The full article is available at http://dx.doi.org/10.21037/pm.2019.05.01.