The current study examined the perceived communication and collaboration patterns among staff at an autism treatment center in Texas. Specifically, we believe that communication technologies provide a pivotal role in effective collaboration among direct service providers. Through the study's participant's open-ended responses, researchers identified and described potential issues of concern around communication and collaboration patterns. Implications and recommendations for practice are included.
Lowdermilk, John; Fielding, Cheryl W.; Flores-Torres, Leila; Andrew, Alonso; and Becerra, Lisa, "Communication and collaboration among providers" (2010). Human Development and School Services Faculty Publications and Presentations. 3.
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