I became a PP Consultant in 2012 after receiving a Quality of Life Grant from Nova Southeastern University (NSU). The grant money was used to support my research in assessing the efficacy of parent-mediated approaches to treating families with children with ASD in South Florida. I am originally from Michigan and had been to a few PLAY Project presentations while living there, so it was my first choice in parent-mediated interventions for the treatment of autism. I became trained in the model using grant funds so that I could learn to use it effectively and with fidelity for my research. When my study was completed in 2014, I excitedly continued using the Play Project as a Consultant and as a professor at NSU exposing students to the model in both their courses and clinical work.
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