Registry of Autism Service Providers (RASP)
The Registry of Autism Service Providers (RASP) is an online search listing of private practice professionals who families can access to find services for their child.
To be included, professionals must meet education, training and experience requirements which demonstrate that they are qualified to provide effective treatment programs for children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
We strongly recommend that families with children of all ages choose their professional service providers from those listed on the RASP.
There are four categories of professionals listed on the RASP:
- Behaviour Analysts/Consultants
- Speech-Language Pathologists
- Occupational Therapists, and
- Physical Therapists.
Behaviour Interventionists are not listed on the RASP. If you hire an Behaviour Interventionist the individual should be supervised by a RASP approved professional.
Families receiving funding through the Autism Funding: Under Age 6 Program must select professionals from the RASP
- For Example: these professionals must be listed on the RASP in order to invoice and be paid for services through the Under Age 6 Program).
Families receiving funding through the Autism Funding: Ages 6-18 Program are not required to select professionals from the RASP
- For Example: those professionals who support the child and family are not required to be listed on the RASP to invoice and be paid through the Ages 6-18 Program.
RASP service provider profiles are currently unavailable. The RASP list is still available to search. AIS BC apologizes for the inconvenience.