The Autism Service Research Group (ASRG)

Current Research

With funding from the Institute of Education Sciences, we are adapting and testing an intervention called BREATHE designed to reduce special education teacher burnout and attrition and improve teaching quality, classroom climate, and student outcomes. You can learn more by clicking here.

With NIH funding, we are developing and testing a training package on COMPASS for community-based ASD specialists. You can learn more by clicking here.

About 20 years ago, Nancy Dalrymple and Lisa Ruble published one of the first studies challenging the ways outcomes were measured for individuals with autism and originally surveyed more than 40 young adults. The current study is a follow-up study with these individuals with a focus on their quality of life. All are in their 40s. Information on employment status, living situation, family support, and personal responsibilities will be assessed.

Past Research