A new study evaluating the effectiveness of the Secret Agent Society (SAS) Computer Game Pack and a variant of the SAS small group program for students with ASCs when delivered in a school setting has recently been published in the Psychology in the Schools Journal. The aforementioned journal article is listed within the Recent publications in Autism & Technology section of this digest.
1-Day SAS Computer Game Workshops are being offered to professionals in Dublin (10th April), Pembrokeshire, Wales (14th April) and throughout Australia. These workshops teach professionals how to get the best results from the SAS Computer Game Pack resource in individual, small group or classroom settings within clinics, community centres and schools.
To find out more or to apply, please go to http://www.sstinstitute.net/au/professionals/apply-now/ or email firstname.lastname@example.org SAS is now settling into its new home at the not-for-profit Australian Cooperative Research Centre for Living with Autism Spectrum Disorders (Autism CRC) http://www.autismcrc.com.au/.
The commitment to providing communities with the training, support and resources they need to deliver high quality, evidence-based interventions is stronger than ever, with all profits reinvested into research and further program developments.
with thanks to Renae Beaumont