Annual Data 2021-2022

UF CARD data from July 1, 2021 – June 30, 2022

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Total UF CARD Constituents


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.

Annual New Registrations


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

COunty # of consituents
Alachua 2049
Bradford 141
Citrus 443
Columbia 315
Dixie 59
Gilchrist 115
Hamilton 40
Hernando 421
Lafayette 23
Levy 234
Marion 1450
Putnam 271
Suwannee 185
Union 99

Constituents by Age

Age Range # of consituents
0-2 28
3-4 212
5-15 2,375
16-21 1,377
22+ 1,853

Constituents by Gender

Gender # of consituents
Male 4522
Female 1307
Non-Binary 16

Individualized Assistance


Direct constituent/family assistance contacts provided virtually or face-to-face in constituent’s home, UF CARD office, or the community.

Techincal Assistance provided


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.

Professional Development


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.

Public Education Events


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.