The Online and Applied System for Intervention Skills (OASIS) - Scaling-up!

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Online and Applied System of Intervention Skills (OASIS website) is a web-based training program designed to improve parents' use of evidence-based practices with their young children with autism spectrum disorder. The training includes online tutorials and assessments, as well as live coaching using telehealth technology for parents to practice and improve their use of skills with their child at home. In this project, we are developing protocols and tools to support scale up of OASIS through private and state agencies that provide intervention services to families. This is achieved by giving these agencies the capacity to train their own interventionists to deliver OASIS to their families.

Project Details

  • Primary Investigator: Jay Buzhardt

  • Project Start Date: 09/30/2019

  • Project Finish Date: 09/29/2024



  • University of Kansas Medical Center Research Institute

  • Award Number: Z1H00040


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