Welcome to the project impact Program
Project ImPACT is recognized as one of the most effective coaching programs for parents of young children with autism and related social communication delays. Project ImPACT teaches parents strategies they can use to help their child develop social, communication, imitation, and play skills during daily routines and activities.
Project ImPACT is supported by research and based on developmental science and applied behavioral analysis (ABA) principles. It was recently recognized as a Manualized Intervention Meeting Criteria by the National Clearinghouse on Autism Evidence and Practice (NCAEP).
Institute for Education Sciences (IES) funds a new study to examine Project ImPACT within the Philadelphia Infant Toddler Early Intervention program. Read more: Autism study could open new possibilities for parents, caregivers (pennmedicine.org)
Project ImPACT developers, Brooke Ingersoll and Anna Dvortcsak, discuss Project ImPACT with speech-language pathologist, Rosemarie Griffin, at ABA Speech. Listen now:
Studies find Project ImPACT can be used effectively with families of children with social communication delays in different countries
Several recent studies conducted in different countries have found Project ImPACT to be feasible and/or effective for children with social communication delays, including India, the Netherlands, Zambia, China, Spain, and Iran. Sengupta, K., Javeri, A.,…