Elizabeth Griffith's research while affiliated with University of Colorado and other places

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Background This implementation feasibility study was conducted to determine whether an evidence-based parent-implemented distance-learning intervention model for young children at high likelihood of having ASD could be implemented at fidelity by Part C community providers and by parents in low-resource communities. Methods The study used a communi...
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As the rates of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) increase and early screening efforts intensify, more toddlers with high likelihood of ASD are entering the United States' (US') publicly funded early intervention system. Early intervention service delivery for toddlers with ASD varies greatly based on state resources and regulations. Research recommen...
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Background: This implementation feasibility study was conducted to determine whether an evidence-based parent -implemented distance-learning intervention model for young children at high likelihood of having ASD could be implemented at fidelity by Part C community providers and by parents in low resource communities. Methods: The study used a commu...

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... These interventions require parents to change the ways in which they interact with their child (Rogers et al., 2020;Stahmer et al., 2017). Mediation studies of two intervention trials indicated that the change in parental behaviour was the key driver of improvement in child outcomes (Gulsrud et al., 2016;Pickles et al., 2015;Shih et al., 2021). ...
... WHO-CST is a naturalistic behavioral intervention, and as such, implementation takes place during naturally occurring home and play routines requiring high levels of clinical judgment. In consequence, training of non-specialists might need more practice and coaching than more directive and structured interventions (82)(83)(84). Other studies have found that administrative support, the interactive nature of the training, and the compatibility of the training model with Facilitators' current practices facilitate the training process (54). ...