Brian Reichow, an associate professor in the Anita Zucker Center for Excellence in Early Childhood Studies, is collaborating with colleagues from around the world to develop services to families worldwide in areas lacking much-needed support services. His technical expertise will help finalize an open-source parent skills training program for caregivers who have a child with a developmental disorder.

His belief in a better life for children with autism and for their families has taken Brian Reichow from his office at the University of Florida to the World Health Organization headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland. Here is a video interview about Reichow’s work.