April 5, 2024 Innovations in Autism Webinar – Don’t Wait. Evaluate! What to Expect from an Autism Diagnostic Evaluation and What To Do Next

Thank you for your interest in the first installment of our Innovations in Autism FREE webinar series in partnership with Autism New Jersey.

Parents and caregivers will learn about the diagnostic process and Autism New Jersey’s timely diagnosis initiative aimed at combatting barriers to diagnostic evaluations.

If you missed the presentation or wish to watch it again, you can view the recording now.

Throughout the month of April, Alpine Learning Group is hosting free webinars in partnership with Autism New Jersey. Learn from the brightest minds in applied behavior analysis and gain valuable insight and skills related to a variety of important topics in autism intervention. You may view additional webinar topics in the series here.


Jaime DeQuinzio, PhD, BCBA-D, is a doctoral level behavior analyst and Licensed Psychologist in New Jersey. She has specialized in the education and treatment of individuals with autism since 1998. She currently provides consultation in all departments of Alpine Learning Group, and has held adjunct positions at Queens College, Caldwell University, and The Chicago School for Professional Psychology. She has conducted research and published in peer reviewed journals on early social behavior in autism, and she serves on the professional advisory boards for several autism agencies. She has also contributed to various scientific journals as a member of their editorial boards and as a guest reviewer.

Lauren Frederick, MA, BCBA, is the Director of Clinical Initiatives at Autism New Jersey. Lauren spent the last twenty years using the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) to improve the lives of individuals with autism in a variety of positions and settings. She started her career as a direct support professional in school and community settings, and after becoming a Board Certified Behavior Analyst in 2003, she rose to several leadership positions in private residential programs. Her most recent roles involved functioning as an ABA and autism expert for large healthcare settings and funders.