NRSA fellowship to identify active ingredients of Project ImPACT funded by NIMH

A two-year NRSA training fellowship was recently awarded to Kyle Frost to identify the active ingredients of Project ImPACT. The study objective is to use a mixed methods approach to elucidate potential active ingredients and associated mechanisms of change of an empirically supported early intervention which addresses core deficits of ASD. First, interviews with key […]

Free webinar on delivering Project ImPACT via telehealth

In response to COVID-19, many providers are having to shift their service delivery model to telehealth. This 1.5-hour, free webinar, covers the information necessary to effectively deliver Project ImPACT using telehealth. Topics covered include: 1) the evidence base for telehealth; 2) how to prepare your practice for telehealth; 3) how to prepare the family for […]

Project ImPACT study in Philadelphia Part C Early Intervention funded by Eagles Foundation

Pilot community effectiveness study of Project ImPACT in the Philadelphia Part C Early Intervention System funded by the Eagles Foundation. This 2-year project will conduct a three-arm randomized field trial to evaluate the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of Project ImPACT within Philadelphia’s Infant and Toddler Early Intervention System. The results will provide rigorous information about whether […]

Project ImPACT study in California Part C Early Intervention funded by IES

A randomized controlled trial examining the efficacy of Project ImPACT in two Part C Early Intervention programs in California was recently funded by the Institute for Education Sciences. The goal of this project is to examine the efficacy of Project ImPACT for Toddlers (PIT), a naturalistic intervention that focuses on building parents’ capacity to support the […]