UF CARD data from July 1, 2021 – June 30, 2022
UF CARD serves children and adults of all ages and levels of intellectual functioning who have autism, autistic-like disabilities, pervasive developmental disorder, dual sensory impairments (deaf-blindness), or a vision or hearing loss with another disabling condition. Of the 5,845 constituents, 73 have related disabilities.
During 2021-2022, UF CARD received registrations for 652 new individuals who live in the 14 counties served and met diagnostic criteria.
Constituents by County
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Constituents by Age
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Constituents by Gender
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Direct constituent/family assistance contacts provided virtually or face-to-face in constituent’s home, UF CARD office, or the community.
Face-to-face and virtual professional and programmatic support, including resources, referrals, and programmatic consultation including specific intervention and assistance for a client of the center, the client’s family, and the school district/agency.
Regional or online general overview presentations and online skill development workshops provided to schools, agencies, and caregivers. Topics include: Overview of CARD services, Overview of ASD, School Inclusion, Behavioral Supports, Visual Supports, Social Skills, and Post-school transition.
Host, co-sponsor and/or participate in autism/disability awareness events to enhance public education through the dissemination of literature on ASD and CARD services.
Weekly informational updates to CARD constituents via electronic newsletters and/or social media posts.