Evidence-Based Treatment Resources

OSETT-ASD

This resource, developed by the Ontario Association for Behaviour Analysis, summarizes scientific evidence for the treatment of autism and provides recommendations of parents, practitioners, and policy makers.


Evidence-Based Practices for Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder: Recommendations for Caregivers, Practitioners, and Policy Makers.

ASAT

The Association for Science in Autism Treatment is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to the dissemination of accurate, accessible, and scientifically validated information about autism treatment. 


Check out ASAT's Parents and Educators page for reliable information on autism and evidence-based treatment. 


ASAT's Research & Treatment page also offers great resources for clinicians and caregivers to help them in making treatment decisions. 

National Autism Center

The National Autism Center provides a review and analysis of interventions for autism spectrum disorder (ASD)  based on recent research conducted in the field. 


Here is the latest report: National Standards Project Phase 2.

Practical Functional Assessment

Practical Functional Assessment, Understanding Problem Behaviour Prior to its Treatment, is a great resource for parents and professionals. 


Parent Resources

Tutorials for Practitioners

National Autism Spectrum Disorder Surveillance System (NASS)

The National Autism Spectrum Disorder Surveillance System (NASS) 2018 report has up-to-date information on Autism Spectrum Disorder in Canada.


Read the full report here.

Developed by the Ontario Association for Behaviour Analysis, this resource summaries research in the treatment of challenging behaviour in individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. 


Evidence-Based Practice for Treatment of Challenging Behaviour in Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities: Recommendations for Caregivers, Practitioners, and Policy Makers

Behaviour Analyst Certification Board (BACB) ASD practice guidelines

This document outlines best-practice guidelines for ABA and ASD treatment.


Read the full document here.