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UF CARD Literacy Institute

In this workshop series, educators gain an understanding of learning characteristics of students with autism spectrum disorder and the implications for literacy instruction. A special emphasis is given to conducting literacy assessments to inform instructional design. Topics addressed during session one and two, held on July 22 and 27, include…

Teachers, Apply Now!

The 2021-2022 Diana McLendon Excellence in Teaching Memorial Award is being offered in the memory of Diana McLendon who lost her battle with Leukemia in December 2019. Diana was the Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) Program Coordinator for the Department of Education, and the liaison for the statewide Center for Autism…

Tuesday Night Training (TNT): Special Olympics

Special Olympics Florida provides year-round sports training and competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for children and adults with disabilities. Join us on Tuesday, October 12, 2021 from 4-5pm to hear from John Robles, Director of Community Engagement, as he shares ways that you or your loved one can…

Behavior Strategies That Work

For this series of sessions, participants will learn strategies for managing the spectrum ofbehaviors observed in children with autism. The sessions are appropriate for educators and caregivers of children with ASD. Many of the strategies that will be addressed are appropriate for individuals of all ages, but the sessions…

Training Needs Survey 2021

We are interested in collecting information about the learning needs of our constituents, their families/caregivers, educational teams, and related service providers. Please take a few minutes to answer 7 questions that will help us plan our future learning sessions (i.e., ways to increase knowledge of a particular topic). Thank you!UF…

Professional Certificate in Autism Spectrum Disorder

The University of Florida College of Medicine’s 12-credit Online Autism Spectrum Disorder program offers a flexible learning environment for working professionals and other individuals who want to enhance their education and career opportunities in autism spectrum disorder. Complete in as few as two semesters. More Information…

Office Hours

The UF CARD Office is open Monday 1pm -5pm and Tuesday through Friday 9am-5pm. Appointments are required. If you are new to UF CARD please call us at 352-265-2230 or email us at card-info@ufl.edu. If you are already registered and working with one of our staff members please contact them…