Developing and implementing a framework for evidence-based practice for technology relevant for autism.
A project, funded by the International Foundation of Applied Disability Research, has been launched on Evidence-Based Practice (EBP) for technology relevant for autism. Our goal is to co-develop, with the autistic community, an accessible EBP framework to enable an understanding of the evidence base for digital interventions (e.g. educational video games, tablet apps, robots, virtual reality). The project will be launched at the upcoming ITASD conference in Valencia, Spain and more info will be available after that time.
If you are interested in contributing, you may contact us by sending a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
We are currently advertising a post-doctoral position on this project: Read the job description
International Foundation of Applied Disability Research: FIRAH
International Meeting for Autism Research 2017: IMFAR