AIRB4 is a network of researchers and community partners who aim to increase equity in access to evidence-based interventions for children with ASD.
Services include free resources, interventions, and conferences. Research studies are multi-site, randomized clinical trials of interventions located in community settings, with training of community providers.
Who We Serve
Focusing on low income and under-represented children with ASD and their families. Early childhood, school aged children, and adolescents are included. Professionals include community health care workers and staff in Title 1 schools.
Mission and Goals
Using community-partnered participatory research (CPPR) approaches, the AIR-B researchers and community partners work together to develop and evaluate interventions in community settings, such as homes and schools. The goal of AIRB4 is to test implementation strategies for sustainability of interventions in community.