Danya International developed and evaluated a number of educational presentations for individuals with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) and the caregivers, professionals and advocates who work with them.
AutismVision: Creating Autism Awareness in Elementary School Staff
Teaches elementary school staff about autism spectrum disorders (ASD) and effective ways to interact with ASD students.
AutismVision: Creating Classroom Connections for Children with Autism
Provides classmates with comprehensive, yet developmentally appropriate information about autism.
AutismVision: Creating Classroom Connections for Teens with High-Functioning Autism and Asperger SyndromeAutismVision: Creating Classroom Connections for Teens with Autism
Educates classmates of teens with high-functioning autism (HFA) and Asperger syndrome.
Provides instructions for teachers/advocates on how to implement activities that help students understand autism.
AutismVision: Creating Classroom Connections for Children with High Functioning Autism and Asperger Syndrome
Promotes positive social interactions between children with HFA and Asperger syndrome and their peers.
Caring for Caregivers: For Groups of Caregivers of Young Children with ASDCaring for Caregivers: For Groups of Caregivers of School Aged Children with ASD
Designed to help caregivers of young children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD).
Designed to help caregivers of children with autism reduce stress.
Caring for Caregivers: For Groups of Caregivers of Adolescents and Young Adults with ASD
Offers resources to help caregivers of individuals with autism reduce the stress, burden, and anxiety related to caregiving.
Caring for Caregivers: For Groups of Caregivers of Adults with ASD
Program contains a Facilitator's Guide, Participant Workbook, and audiovisual program.
Charting the Course
Designed to provide parents of adolescents with ASD support in learning the skills to navigate sexual health, sexuality, and relationships.
Supporting Transition in Vocation and Education (STRIVE)
Supports adolescents and young adults (ages 16 to 21) with Asperger Syndrome and/or High-Functioning Autism in making decisions about applying to college.