News & Updates

FPG Review of 30 Years of Autism Research Points to New Best Practices and Trends
New EBP Report now available!
A new EBP report updated to include literature from 1990-2017 is now available, along with several key tables from the report. This report extends the findings from Wong et al. (2014) that looked at literature between 1990 and 2011... Read More
New Interactive eLearning AFIRM Module Now Available
Access your AFIRM account to see the Introduction to Autism Spectrum Disorder module.
New Research Article about AFIRM
Want to know more about the impact, usefulness, and relevance of AFIRM?  Check out the "Disseminating Information on Evidence-Based Practices for Children and Youth with Autism Spectrum Disorder: AFIRM" article published in the Journal of Autism and Developmental Disabilities (Sam et al., 2019) today!
OSEP Blog Post featuring NCAEP and AFIRM
NCAEP Co-Director Sam Odom penned a blog post for OSEP about the importance of evidence-based practices in Autism research.   Katie is an 18-month-old who does  not respond when her mother calls her name, likes to watch spinning objects, and does not use words or gestures to communicate. Jose is a 17-year-old student who gets stellar grades in all his courses, started the cyber security club in... Read More
News from Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute:
Apply now to be a reviewer.
We are looking for reviewers as part of the National Clearinghouse for Autism Evidence & Practice (NCAEP) update to the systematic review on evidence-based practices for children and youth on the autism spectrum. The last review, completed in 2011, has had a meaningful and widespread impact in the field. The technical report, which names all the reviewers and can be found... Read More
AFIRM has 26 available modules!
Learn how to use the evidence-based practices at Autism Focused Intervention Resources and Modules (AFIRM), our partner project. Click on the logo below to access the AFIRM website.
Welcome to our new website!
We will be launching the initial search for our systematic review in April 2017. Please check back in for updates and contact us if you have interest in being part of the process.