Recently Added Modules
- Cognitive Behavioral Interventions
- Music Mediated Intervention
Recently Updated Modules
- Autism Spectrum Disorder and Medications
- Cognitive Differences
- Comprehensive Program Planning
- Customized Employment
- Structured Break Area (formerly Home Base)
- Preparing and Planning with Youth for Community Employment
- Social Supports for Transition-Aged Individuals
- The Employee with Autism
- Visual Supports
Earn graduate credit online with no face-to-face meetings!
2022-2023 AIM courses now available:
Fall, Spring, Summer sessions 2022-2023
Earn graduate credit online with no face-to face meetings! Each course consists of a collection of Autism Internet Modules (AIMs) around a common topic. Registrants complete each AIM in the course, including all content, pre/post assessments, and reflection questions. Completion of a course assessment is required.
Courses become available on AIM at the start of the current semester. Dates and specific registration information are available on the AIM Course webpage.
How to Get Started
Create an Account It’s Free!
Select a Module of Interest
Review All Module Content
Earn Certificate or Grad Credit*
*This is optional. These modules are available at no cost; however, fee-based professional development certificates are available. If interested in graduate credit, create an account to view the college/university courses available.
What Will I Learn?
Created by experts and practitioners and grounded in evidence-based strategies, this collection of 50 free, self-paced modules is designed to help users better understand, identify, plan for, collaborate, and support individuals with autism within their school, home, community, or organization.
- Earn professional development certificates and graduate credit online—no face-to face meetings (minimal costs associated)
- Ideal for individual or group-based learning
- Track your learning with pre- and post-assessments
- Expand your learning with discussion questions, activities, and other support resources
Educators are bombarded with professional development opportunities. Oftentimes, they go and ‘sit and get’ trainings and it doesn’t change practice. The AIM modules are time and cost effective and they have the ability to change practice at the student level. And because they’re online, educators can keep going back to them and watch—you can’t do that with a face-to-face training. If I were back in the principal role, the AIM modules would be my go-to professional development for all teachers. I know the modules were initially designed for low-incidence disabilities, but I have found that they are applicable for all students.
The AIM modules are a great resource for building staff capacity. Each child is unique and has different needs. These modules provide step-by-step implementation strategies, as well as an array of ideas and considerations to try new things. The scenarios and supporting resources included in the modules are great supplemental supports.
I thoroughly recommend using the AIM modules. These modules are written for parents and professionals who need a foundation for understanding autism and implementing evidence-based interventions. The modules are user-friendly and the content can be easily adapted to meet the needs of any student. I have taken many strategies I have learned through the modules and used them with my students and training with my staff.
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