Project SKIP Benefits for Families

Project SKIP is a simple and inexpensive way to identify and alert families to any signs of academic, behavioral, and emotional issues that may interfere with a child's learning and development—including autism spectrum disorders. Using an on­line process affordable by even the most modest households, SKIP screens more comprehensively for issues, identifies why difficulties may be occurring, and provides the framework for designing effective, research­based interventions.

In as little as 20 minutes, parents can complete the easy­-to-use on­line screeners and receive immediate and individual feedback.

Project SKIP Benefits for Families

  • Screens for social­-emotional, cognitive, and developmental, as well as academic issues in children from age 2 through 18
  • Screens for autism spectrum disorders
  • Screens for WHY a child is having difficulties
  • Offers immediate and individualized feedback
  • Uses scientifically­-validated instruments to design research­-based classroom interventions
  • Supports more in­-depth assessment through cognitive assessment with the child
  • Provides options and a framework for IEP consultation and planning

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