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Bi-Weekly Teacher Forums

Calling all educators! Do you work in a school setting? Are you supporting the academic needs of students with ASD? Finding yourself in a weird and challenging time? Let’s talk!  Join us for CHOMP (Collaborative Hour of Multi-disciplinary Professionals). We’ll work together to take a bite out of your week! Who: Individuals working in education…

Join us for our first Housing Forum!

Please join us Tuesday, May 19th from 4:00pm to 5:00pm ONLINE for an initial group Housing Discussion of community needs and help us plan for further residential support explorations. Moving out of the family home is one of the biggest milestones in a person’s life. For those with autism and…

UF CARD Update

Update 4/23/2020: We’re still here to help! Although our office is closed, UF CARD staff is working remotely and can still provide our services, free of charge, in the 14 Florida counties* we serve! Training We are providing live online trainings via Zoom for groups of 5 or…

We’ve Moved!

Our New Address and Phone Number: University of Florida Center for Autism and Related Disabilities4101 NW 89th BoulevardGainesville, FL 32606 352-265-2230 Why We Moved: To co-locate with the new University of Florida Health Center for Autism and Neurodevelopment (UFH CAN) as a collaborating partner in…

Parent Training for Disruptive Behaviors

UF CARD is offering a free parent training program to parents of children 2-14 years of age with autism spectrum disorder or related disabilities. This parent training program consists of 6 sequential sessions designed to teach parents ways to reduce disruptive behaviors. DATES/TIMES: Tuesday Evenings from 6:30pm-8:00pm…

Welcome, Celeste!

We are happy to introduce our new receptionist/intake coordinator, Celeste De Jesus-Trieu!Celeste graduated from Stetson University with a degree in Marketing and hopes to become a Gator one day when she goes back to school for her MBA. In her free time, Celeste loves to read and listen to…

Study Participants Needed

Study participants ages 35-75 with & without ASD needed for clinical research study: The Sensorimotor Abnormalities and Their Neural Mechanisms in Autism Spectrum Disorder  The Neurocognitive and Behavioral Development lab (NBDlab) currently is seeking individuals with and without Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) for participation in a clinical research study.