The ACT Program is a job-embedded professional development program for building the capacity of educators to serve students with autism and low incidence disabilities.
ACT services include, but are not limited to:
- Individual, class-wide, or building-wide coaching of school district personnel in evidence based practices for autism and low incidence disabilities.
- Observation and recommendations for individualized sensory, communication, instructional and behavioral support strategies.
- Onsite coaching of school personnel in evidence based practices.
- Virtual “bug-in-ear” remote coaching.
- Book Studies.
- Community of Practice sessions.
- Participation with our A-LIST network of classrooms for observation of evidence based practices.
- Support from TAG teams to help support transfer and generalization of evidence based practices across settings.
Mary Fryman, Secretary
Lisa Combs, MA, Special Education, Team Coordinator
Allison Officer, M.S.Ed, Intervention Specialist
Susan Aebker, DHS, OTR/L, Occupational Therapist
Lynn DeMange, OTR/L, Occupational Therapist
Carol Dittoe, CCC/SLP, Speech and Language Pathologist
Services must be requested by a district representative of the school district in which the student lives by contacting the Regional Center at (937) 236-9965.