Our students implement behavioural interventions and strategies to support individuals with the following core objectives:
While on placement students are also supervised to provide:
ICAN is collaborating with Aspergers Action Galway to deliver a social skills training programme to children and adolescents with Aspergers syndrome.
As ICAN expands we will provide outreach supports to existing services and the wider community. The centre also aims to provide family intervention in the form of parent and sibling education and training.
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|Forde et al (2011)|
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|Lydon et al (2010)|
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|About Us||OConnor et al (2010)|
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|Grey et al (2009)|
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|Leader et al (2009)|
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|McGarrell et al (2009)|
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|Reed et al (2009)|
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ICAN, in partnership with Autism Speaks and The American Ireland Fund, hosted Ireland's first International Autism Conference, 'Autism Spectrum Disorder: from Clinical Practice to Educational Provision' on January 12th - 13th, 2012.
Speakers from left to right: Lynn Brennan, Connie Kasari, Nancy Jones, Richard Foxx, Geraldine Leader, Laura Klinger, Joe McAllister.
Students on the MSc in ABA are placed in Early Intensive Behavioural Intervention programmes, ASD Units and Adult Services.
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