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Lecture On Evidence – Based Practices at Al- Faisalya Women’s Welfare Society in Jeddah

 Published on: Sun, Mar 1, 2015


A lecture was given at Al- Faisalya Women’s Welfare Society in Jeddah on 8 Feb. 2015 on Evidence Based Practices (EBP) used for children with autism. These practices have been scientifically proven effective for teaching autistic children new skills and modifying their behavior, and thus are considered effective for improving life quality of children with autism as well as the life quality of their families.

This lecture was given as part of the training program for the newly established autism centers in Arab and Moslem countries. The lecturer gave a brief description of the program, how it is applied, children who may benefit from it, and its positive outcomes for autistic children and their families.

The lecturer described in details these practices, and how a specific practice is chosen. She presented a case study supported with video shots.

The lecture was well received, and many newly established centers expressed interest in receiving training on the program, and adopting evidence based practices.