Autism Caregiver Employment Screening and Background Checks
For individuals providing Autism therapy and other health care services to Autistic patients, our criminal record "Smart Search Unlimited®" was designed specifically to meet the strict Federal requirements for employment screening mandated by Federally sponsored Autism caregiver provider programs.
TRICARE® Department Of Defense (DOD) Comprehensive Autism Care.
These Autism caregiver background checks require an unlimited 10 year search of criminal records in any state or county in which the applicant has lived.
A 10 year social security address history trace
A multi-state criminal background check
A check of the sex offender registry in all 50 states
An unlimited check of county criminal records in all states in which the applicant has lived for the past 10 years
An unlimited check of Federal criminal records in all states in which the applicant has lived for the past 10 years.
Also included in these "Smart Search Unlimiteds" are the:
OFAC Blocked List- Terrorist Watch List (Office Of foreign Assets Control),
INTERPOL Most Wanted- NS, DEA Fugitive List, Denied Persons List, Debarred List, OTS List- NS (Office Of Thrift Supervision),
Bank of England Sanctions List- NS, European Union Terrorism Sanctions List- NS, OSFI - Canadian Sanctions List- NS,
Australian Reserve Bank Sanctions List- NS
Our "Smart Search Unlimited®" employment screening package was developed to meet the requirements of TRICARE ® administered Autism caregiver providers.
We also offer a criminal record "Smart Search Plus®" for organizations requiring a less extensive autism care provider background check than the Federally required one. The "Smart Search Plus®" goes back seven years and also includes a check of Federal criminal records in states where the applicant has lived n the past 7 years.
Other resources for Special Needs and Severe Autism
April is National Autism Awareness Month -- a special opportunity for everyone to become educated about autism and issues with the autism community.
Autism Help And Support Organizations and Groups
National Autism Network provides extensive resources for working with Autism.
The following organizations and groups all promote education, research, and support for families touched by autism and all have plenty to offer.
Autism Society of America Find out about research and programs, get tips, learn about living with autism, autism news, resources, and even sensory-friendly film showings.
Autism Speaks This organization is promoting public education as well as research for a cure. They include information on early signs as well as other information, autism in the news, sponsor walk events, and offer family support through social networks and outreach.
TalkAutism With a database of professionals, a place for those seeking help to reach out with their requests, and online presentations offering information on a variety of topics this group offers support for parents and caregivers.
Organization for Autism Research This group was organized by parents and grandparents with children who have autism and focuses on educating parents, teachers, and caregivers about autism through applied science.
Autism Research Institute This organization is the home to the Defeat Autism Now! approach that believes autism can be cured through biomedical intervention that moves the focus of treatment away from psychotropic drugs as a primary means of treatment. This site offers tons of information on autism.
Easter Seals: Help, hope and answers The resources here include results from the Easter Seals’ Living with Autism Study, state-by-state profiles and services, and their autism blog.
From recognizing early signs of autism to understanding communication and autism, the following resources will help you learn more about autism.
CDC Autism Information Center Find early warning signs, learn about screenings and diagnosis, learn about treatment and therapy options, and read research about the suspected relationship between vaccinations and autism.
Learn the Signs. Act Early Get plenty of information about child development from the information here that is designed to help parents, educators, and caregivers recognize developmental disorders in children from birth to 5 years.
First Signs This resource offers information on recognizing autism, screening and referrals, treatment options, and more.
Your Child: Autism, Autistic Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and Pervasive Developmental Disorders (PDD) From the University of Michigan Health System, this resource provides basic information about the various types of autism spectrum disorders.
Learn about various treatments and therapies used with children on the spectrum with these resources.
The PLAY Project The focus of this project is to provide opportunities for parents, caregivers, and educators to learn interventions appropriate for young children with ASDs based on the work done by Dr. Stanley Greenspan.
Financial Assistance Resources
Aid for Autistic Children Foundation This organization provides financial assistance to families who are burdened with the expenses associated with caring for someone with autism. They typically provide assistance for therapies or services already paid by the family.
Autism Assistance Resources and Information Started by a mom with two children on the spectrum, this blog offers places that families coping with autism can turn to for financial assistance.
Grants for Families Living with Autism This About.com article offers resources for families to find financial aid when dealing with autism.
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