Brown Bag Series
Brown Bag Series
Our Center hosts monthly Brown Bag Talks for Center faculty members, graduate students, and students to learn about what is going on among the many departments and labs under the Center’s umbrella. Talks cover recent grants received, the latest findings from research studies, and ongoing projects. These talks are meant to integrate the various autism focused groups within San Diego State so that collaboration can broaden.
Spring 2020 Brown Bags
Tuesday, February 11 at 2:30-3:30 pm
Paul Luelmo Ph.D. (Department of Special Education)
A community-based Individualized Education Program (IEP) advocacy program for parents of children with ASD
Adapting a Parent Participation Toolkit for Autism-Related Services
This brownbag presentation will first share the process of adapting the Parent And Caregiver Active Participation Toolkit (PACT) for use in two ASD service contexts: early intervention parent coaching programs and the diagnostic evaluation. The presentation will then share preliminary implementation and/or effectiveness outcomes of these two adaptations. Results of a third adaptation for a structured home visiting program for Child Welfare-involved children will also be briefly discussed.
2019 Brown Bags
Thursday, September 19
Jessica Suhrheinrich (Department of Special Education)
The California Autism Professional Training and Information Network: Targeting Scale up of Evidence-based Practices Across Service Sectors
Thursday, October 17
Sarah Rieth, Ph.D. (Child and Family Development)
The BRIDGE Collaborative: Community- Academic Partnership in Early Intervention for Children with Autism
Wednesday, December 4
Kelsey Dickson, Ph.D. (Child and Family Development)
Adaption and pilot implementation of an autism executive functioning intervention in children’s mental health services.