The Online and Applied System of Intervention Skills (OASIS) distance training program is designed to teach parents how to implement ABA-based strategies with their children with autism.
OASIS combines web-based instruction with live coaching and feedback facilitated through web-based videoconferencing.
The web-based tutorials are designed to develop parents' knowledge of ABA procedures and techniques, and the videoconferencing is designed to facilitate live coaching and immediate feedback to parents as they practice the procedures with their child.
OASIS was developed by staff at the Kansas Center for Autism Research and Training.
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