Area woman travels to India to educate about autism

Jennifer Fisher, of Stratford, will be traveling to Chandigarh, India with a team of clinicians hand picked by the Global Autism Project in December of 2015 as part of the SkillCorps program.
Fisher was one of seven clinicians chosen for this opportunity for their diverse and comprehensive knowledge of applied behavior analysis and ability to adapt to challenging and novel situations.
Global Autism Project 501(c)3, is a nonprofit organization which provides training to local individuals in evidence based practices for individuals with autism. Global Autism Project believes that every child has the ability to learn and their potential should not be limited by geographical bounds.
The Global Autism Project seeks to eliminate the disparity in service provision seen around the world by providing high quality training to individuals providing services in their local community. The training is sustained through regular training trips and contiguous remote training.
SkillCorps team members traveling to India in December 2015 will be working with SOREM center for children and adults with autism and other developmental disabilities, training staff and reaching out to parents of children with autism.
For more information, contact Sara Costello of Global Autism Project at 718-764-8225 or by email at