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UM-NSU CARD offers an array of free services and programs for those affected by autism and related disabilities. These are available for the entire family and the professionals that work with them throughout our region. These include family and professional trainings, as well as support and informational groups in the community, social groups for teens and adults, employment training programs, programmatic consultation and technical assistance, recreational camps and activities, public education and awareness events and much more!

Our services are designed to build on the capacities of state and local resources, not to duplicate or replace them. UM-NSU CARD has several divisions and resources that were created to meet the specific needs of our families and community partners.

Each division offers an array of support & services for both our families and professional community.




To see a complete listing of our Events, Groups, Trainings, and much more visit our Events calendar

For more information in Miami-Dade or Monroe, contact 305.284.6563 or email card@miami.edu.

For Broward, contact 954.262.7111 or email card@nova.edu

 




1 in 54 children are diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder, and this rate has been increasing. The University of Miami Psychology Department is a world leader in autism research and support, marshalling the forces of scientists and clinicians to develop the latest knowledge about autism and implement cutting edge programming to support children and adults with autism and related disabilities as well as the professionals who serve them. South Florida families receive support from our clinics and resource centers every year.

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If you are a concerned parent or caregiver seeking a diagnosis or therapy for your child or relative, we can refer you to the Autism Spectrum Assessment Clinic (ASAC). 

For more information about ASAC located at the University of Miami visit: umasac.psy.miami.edu

Please call 305.284.6140 to make an appointment or email asac@miami.edu for more information.