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J Early Interv. 2010 Sep;32(4):286-301.

The Effects of Consultation on Individualized Education Program Outcomes for Young Children With Autism: The Collaborative Model for Promoting Competence and Success.

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University of Kentucky, Lexington.

Abstract

The effects of a teacher consultation intervention were examined-namely, the collaborative model for promoting competence and success (COMPASS), which was designed to improve objectives of individualized education programs for children with autism. The intervention consists of an initial parent-teacher consultation, followed by four teacher consultations across the school year. Thirty-five teachers and a randomly selected child with autism (M age = 6.1 years) from each classroom participated. Compared to the nonintervention teacher-child dyads, the intervention teacher-child dyads showed improvements in individualized education program objectives, with a large effect size (d = 1.51).

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