The Southwest Autism Research & Resource Center (SARRC) is a place where individuals with autism and their families can find a lifetime of support.
Keeping up with the demand for services has continued to be one of Southwest Autism Research & Resource Center’s greatest challenges. Over the past decade, SSARRC has expanded its direct services to children and parents, and refined its clinical and school consultation programs. They’ve done this all while searching for answers to solve the mysteries surrounding the disorder.
In 2009, nearly 11,000 individuals were directly impacted by SARRC services. These individuals include: children, adolescents and young adults with ASDs and their neurotypical peers; family members; and professionals such as teachers, therapists and medical practitioners.
Learn how you can get support SARRC by clicking on the banner above, or go to www.autismcenter.org.