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“Summer Splash” Family Fun Day

The Gainesville Elks Lodge is hosting their annual “Summer Splash” Family Fun Day and you are invited. This is a FREE community event to bring awareness to autism and a fundraiser to support The University of Florida Center for Autism and Related Disabilities. Date/Time: July 16, 2022 10:00am – 4:00…

Find us at these community events!

07/16/22 Gainesville Elks Lodge Annual Splash Day (Gainesville)07/16/22 Early Learning Coalition of Alachua County’s Backpack and School Supplies Giveaway (Gainesville)07/23-24/22 Santa Fe College Teaching Zoo’s Zookeeper Day (Gainesville) 08/07/22 Florida Museum of Natural History Museum for Me Event (Gainesville)02/04/23 Disability Resource Expo 2023 (Gainesville) Please…

Social Learning Sessions for Teens 13-17

Sessions will resume in September. Check back for new schedule over the summer. The purpose of the sessions is to facilitate social communication in the context of conversations and games. If you have questions, please contact Ann-Marie Orlando.  …

Social Learning Sessions for Children 8-12

Sessions will resume in September. Check back for new schedule over the summer. The purpose of the sessions is to facilitate social communication in the context of conversations and games. If you have questions, please contact Ann-Marie Orlando.

Gainesville Soccer Alliance TOPSoccer Program

A special invitation for CARD families from GSA TOPSoccer…GSA TOPSoccer is a community-based training program for all athletes with intellectual, emotional, and or physical disabilities. TOPS allows children (ages 4+) with special needs the opportunity to play soccer with peers and volunteers. The program strives to provide…

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…