The UF Center for Autism and Related Disabilities (CARD) is host to many exciting events and groups this fall.
With community programming and collaboration with local organizations, such as Gainesville Soccer Alliance and UF HealthStreet, there is a wide variety of events that people living with Autism Spectrum Disorder can attend.
Connect here to the CARD website for details on all events and programs.
Also, don’t forget to register for the free programming and support offered this fall.
This information session will focus on Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) employment support provisions that assist beneficiaries in moving from benefit dependency to independence. Work incentives are designed to help beneficiaries enter, re-enter, or stay in the workforce by protecting their eligibility for cash payments and/ or healthcare.
For this series of sessions, participants will learn strategies for managing the spectrum of behaviors observed in children with autism.
This 10-week golf clinic is designed for all types of golfers – beginners, novices, and experienced. Weekly group instruction will be provided for up to 8 participants by Scott Hampton, golf professional and Director of the University of Florida Golf Course. UF CARD staff will be on site to assist at each lesson. The clinic is open to UF CARD constituents 18 and older. Space is limited to 8 participants on a first-come first-served basis.
Love Serving Autism’s Fall 2022 adaptive tennis program is hosting it’s program on Saturdays from September 17- October 29.