Presenters: Sally Rogers, Ph.D. & Laurie Vismara, Ph.D., BCBA
Affiliation: UC Davis M.I.N.D. Institute
Date: January 18, 2007
Synopsis:Identifying developmental disorders in children at the early stages of development is crucial. Applying a treatment plan during the early years of development will increase the chance for positive outcomes as the child continues to grow. Discover the newest breakthroughs in early identification and intervention strategies.
The Early Start Denver Model: A Case Study of an Innovative Practice
Laurie A. Vismara* and Sally J. Rogers
First published on September 23, 2008
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ProfessorDepartment of Psychiatry and Behavioral SciencesUC Davis M.I.N.D. Institute
2825 50th St.
Sacramento, CA 95817
Office phone: (916) 703-0264
Dr. Rogers specializes in conducting research into autism and other developmental disorders and treating patients with developmental disabilities, especially young children with autism and their families. Dr. Rogers studies early social, cognitive, and emotional development, development of motor skills, communication, imitation, and language in children with severe disabilities, development of social relationships in people with disabilities, and treatment efficacy in autism at the UC Davis M.I.N.D. Institute. Her clinical interests include early diagnosis and intervention for children with autism spectrum disorders, and evaluation of cognitive, behavioral, social, emotional, and adaptive functioning in children with other developmental disorders. She has written extensively in her field, authoring numerous articles and books and developing training videos on child development. Dr. Rogers serves on the editorial board of many publications, including the Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, Topics in Early Childhood Special Education, and Infants and Young Children. She also reviews various periodicals such as the American Journal of Mental Retardation, Journal of Early Intervention, Journal of Child Psychology and Child Psychiatry, Child Development, and Development and Psychopathology.
Sally J. Rogers, Ph.D.
2006 Lainhart, J. E., et al. Head circumference and height in autism spectrum disorders: a study by the Collaborative Programs of Excellence in Autism. American Journal of Medical Genetics, 140A(21), 2257-2274.
2006 Molloy, C.A., Morrow, A.L., Meinzen-Derr, J., Dawson, G., Bernier, R., et al. Familial autoimmune thyroid disease as a risk factor for regression in children with autism spectrum disorder: a CPEA study. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 36(3), 317 – 324.
2006 Wilson, T.W., Rojas, D.C., Reite, M.L., Teale, P.D., & Rogers, S.J.
2006 Rutherford, M.D., Hepburn, S., Young, G.S., and Rogers, S.J.
A longitudinal study of pretend play in autism.
2006 Zwaigenbaum, L., Thurm, A., Stone, W., Baranek, G., Bryson, S., Iverson, J., Kau, A., Klin, A., Landa, R., Lord, C., Rogers, S.J., & Sigman, M.
2006 Richler, J., Luyster, R., Risi, S., Hsu, W.L., Dawson, G., Bernier, R., et al.
2007 Merin, N., Young, G.S., Ozonoff, S., & Rogers, S.J.
2007 Rojas, D.C., Peterson, E., Winterrowd, E., Reite, M.L., Rogers, S.J., & Tregellas, J.R. Regional gray matter volumetric changes in autism associated with social and repetitive behavior symptoms.
2007 Scambler, D., Hepburn, S., Hagerman, R., & Rogers, S. J.
2007 Yerys, B. E., Hepburn, S. L., Pennington, B. F., & Rogers, S. J.
2007 Nadig, A., Ozonoff, S., Young, G.S., Rozga, A., Sigman, M., & Rogers, S.J.
2007 Liebel, K., Colombi, C., Rogers, S. J., Warneken, F., & Tomasello,
M. Cooperative activities in children with autism.
2006 Rogers, S.J. & Williams, J. (Eds).
2007 Odom, S., Rogers, S.J., McDougle, C.J., Hume, K., & McGee, G.