News: Center for Autism and Related Disabilities

UCF Health Sciences Faculty Jeanette Garcia’s Research Explores Sustainable Wellness for Children with ASD

Written By: Mikita Nayee | June 2, 2022
The prevalence of autism spectrum disorder (ASD), a neurodevelopment disorder associated with a range of social communication impairments, restricted and repetitive behaviors, and other health issues, is on the rise...

Student Artists with Autism Share Art at UCF Celebrates the Arts

Written By: Mikita Nayee | April 1, 2022
UCF Celebrates the Arts, April 5-16, 2022 “Spectral Evidence” exhibition located in Dr. Phillips Center lobby. Free to the public. Neo-expressive and bold yet sensitive. Those are some words Gesa...

‘Links in a chain’: new 911 dispatcher training is critical for finding missing persons with autism

Written By: Grayson Keglovic | February 5, 2022
Florida Department of Law Enforcement inspector Chad Hoffman said that the most critical component when attempting to recover a missing child with autism is to identify that the missing child...

New Endowed Scholarship Provides Support for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder

Written By: Camille Dolan '98 | December 15, 2021
A new endowed scholarship at the UCF Center for Autism and Related Disabilities (CARD) will help ease some of the financial burden for UCF students with autism spectrum disorder and their families.  The idea was conceived after...

UCF Art Exhibit Celebrates Unique Talents of Those With ASD

Written By: Camille Dolan '98 | November 1, 2021
Kyle, one of the artists featured at the Lake County Museum of Art during Spectral Evidence IV, performs a harp recital. An art exhibit at the Lake County Museum of...

UCF-CARD in Fourth Year of Statewide Project to Improve Post-Secondary Education Outcomes for Hispanic Youth with ASD

Written By: Camille Dolan '98 | October 4, 2021
Terri Daly, the director of UCF Center for Autism and Related Disabilities (CARD), is spearheading research that has received renewed funding for the fourth year from the Florida Developmental Disabilities Council. The $125,000 grant will help improve enrollment and success in post-secondary education for...

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