Who We Are
Our work is situated in the Senegalese capital of Dakar, the largest urban area in the country. Currently, there are no other existing treatment programs exclusively tailored for children with autism in Senegal, though many programs and organizations do exist for children with special needs. Among autism-specific projects, the newly-founded Senegal Autism Network is currently running parent support meetings, activities for children, and media outreach and awareness. CHIP International, an American nonprofit in the cause for autism, is focusing on awareness projects as well. Our ABA program is the first of its kind in this locale.
Currently: BCBA-certified (Sept 2019) and supervising a small team of entry-level interventionists in Dakar.
BACB certificate # 1-19-37177
MS Cross-Cultural Psychology (Brunel University London)
BS Psychology (University of Washington)
Level II Pivotal Response Training (Koegel Autism Consultants)
Certificate in ABA (UC Santa Barbara Extension)
Adair Cardon is originally from Seattle, Washington. She has held several roles within the autism field in the United States and England, including research assistant and coordinator within ABA and genetics studies, interventionist/behavior technician in the clinic and school settings, and camp counselor. She is passionate about addressing cultural factors that may affect intervention and detection of autism.