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California State University Fullerton
Center for Autism Applied Developmental Core

Fieldwork options for CHAD majors (CAS 494)

The Center for Autism, Applied Developmental Core has partnered with the Department of Child & Adolescent Studies to expand our autism-specific fieldwork options for completion of CAS 494 coursework.

The following is a list of local agencies with which CAS fieldwork students have been placed recently (note that this list may not be exhaustive and may change):

Students interested in becoming an early interventionist for children with ASD can consult our publication, “So You are Thinking of Becoming a Behavioral Interventionist for Children with Autism!”

Several sites are available for working with children with autism through CAS 494 credit. More information on CAS 494 available here.

Local agencies interested in becoming a CAS fieldwork site should contact Dr. Baker at jbaker@fullerton.edu

Professor and Fieldwork Coordinator Diana Robles
Professor and Fieldwork Coordinator Diana Robles leads the 2015 CAS/Center for Autism/CICE/CASSA Career Panel focused on career paths in behavioral interventions for children with ASD.