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Supporting Infants and Toddlers with ASD

Early Intervention (EI) promotes the use of evidence-based practices with children birth to three diagnosed with, or at risk, for Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Interventions take place in a child's natural environment. This includes their home, childcare, community, and within everyday routines and activities.

RI Early Intervention supports the families of toddlers with Autism Spectrum Disorder or other social communication challenges by using adult learning strategies, including modeling and coaching. EI Providers work with families to implement evidence based practices and collect data as a means to measure progress toward child and family outcomes.

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Rhode Island Consortium for Autism Research and Treatment (RI-CART) is a public-private partnership, bringing together the state's leading experts on autism research, education, health and advocacy. It's only the second effort of its kind in the nation. Belief in the power of knowledge and the importance of partnership drives RI-CART's long-term goal of enrolling all Rhode Islanders with ASD or related neurodevelopmental disorders into its research registry by 2020. The registry houses information shared with RI-CART by participants in a secure, anonymous database. To learn more, visit the RI-CART website at https://www.autismri.org.



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