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April 11, 2019

Remembering Cecile Lindquist

It is with great sadness that we say ‘goodbye’ and ‘thank you’ to a Haring Center hero, Cecile Lindquist, who passed away on April 10th, 2019. Cecile was a visionary and fierce advocate for individuals with special needs. Among her many great accomplishments in the areas of special education and early intervention, Cecile helped author and…

March 25, 2019

On Working with Young Children with ASD and Complex Communication Needs

Haring Center Researcher Discusses Effective Strategies Technology has helped further advance the field of early childhood education. Haring Center researcher Ariane Gauvreau, Ph.D., BCBA-D recently spoke about the benefits and challenges of the use of technology to teach communication skills to children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). Haring Center researchers Ilene Schwartz, Ph D, BCBA-D…

February 26, 2019

Bringing ibestt to Preschool

ibestt researchers in front of tables

Haring Center Mobile Application to Expand to Early Education Haring Center researchers are expanding ibestt (Integrating Behavior Support and Team Technology), a product developed and tested through a Center research grant, to be used in preschool and other early childhood programs. After successfully rolling out an initial version for elementary schools that is being used…

Recognized for Excellence

2018 Year in Review Graphic

In 2018 Haring Center Researchers were Celebrated for Their Work and Supported for Future Endeavors Last year was a year of recognition for the UW Haring Center. Not only were Haring Center research faculty awarded nearly $9.4 million in grant money to fund 11 research projects for the upcoming year, but they were also recognized…

January 24, 2019

We Believe

Haring Center for Inclusive Education: We Believe

The Haring Center for Inclusive Education has tackled early learning’s most challenging questions for more than 50 years. Today, we stay true to this legacy by untangling the toughest obstacles to serving children with disabilities and their families. Our unwavering commitment to advancing inclusive education creates a better future for all children.

January 17, 2019

Leading the Field: Haring Center Faculty Respond to Change in Applied Behavior Analysis Practice

How a Simple Change in the BCBA Code of Ethics Could Completely Change the Field Two Haring Center Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBA) have taken issue with the newest version of the Professional and Ethical Compliance Code for Behavior Analysts. Center faculty Dr. Ilene Schwartz and Dr. Nancy Rosenberg have published a new paper in…

January 4, 2019

Impact Doesn’t Stop Here

Haring Center 2018 Training Impact by the Numbers At the Haring Center, we know what it means to champion inclusion each and every day. We believe that every child should have meaningful opportunities to learn, to engage with others, and to live in an inclusive community that values all its members. For over 50 years,…

November 28, 2018

A More Inclusive Grand Cayman

The Haring Center Continues Laying the Groundwork for Inclusive Programming in Grand Cayman The Haring Center regularly works with partners, both internationally and domestically, to spread inclusive education. In the fall of 2016, the Center entered into a partnership with the Grand Cayman-based non-profit, Special Needs Foundation Cayman (SNFC). SNFC engaged with the Haring Center…

Exploring Numbers


Tips to Bring Math into the Everyday Lives of Children Haring Center researcher Dr. Katie Lewis is challenging traditional views about how all children learn mathematics in schools. “We think about math as something you learn in school,” she said. “Often we think that math involves quick and efficient calculation of an answer and the…

October 24, 2018

One Step at a Time

Pamela Matamoros, a Honduran Entrepreneur, Visits the Haring Center to Bring Best Practices Home Pamela Matamoros has walked the halls of the Haring Center for the past four weeks, soaking up everything she can. Back at home, in Honduras, she did not see any inclusive education options, so she decided to take matters into her own…

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