Spring 2023 Events at CARD

The UF Center for Autism and Related Disabilities (CARD) is host to many exciting events and groups this New Years.

With community programming and collaboration with local organizations, 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.

Monday Evenings at 7pm (virtual)

Behavior Strategies That Work

For this series of sessions, participants will learn strategies for managing the spectrum of behaviors observed in children with autism.

January 14-15, 2023

Annual State CARD Conference

The purpose of the annual conference is to provide information on state-of-the-art practices in areas that promote best practices in education, early intervention and quality community based life-styles for individuals with autism, deaf-blindness, and related disabilities.  Conference participants will learn about current research findings and their implications, as well as practical strategies related to communication and social interventions, transitions to adulthood, education, early intervention, and school and community inclusion.


Social/Support Groups

CARD strives to host inclusive, accessible events that enable all individuals to engage fully.


Neurodiverse Love

Whether you are the autistic or neurotypical partner in a neurodiverse romantic relationship, are interested in a neurodiverse relationship, or are in the helping profession or the education field, this series of three workshops is for you. During this training series the presenter will provide insight on some of the unique challenges neurodiverse couples may be experiencing in their romantic relationships. She will also provide some simple steps that can be taken to address some of the challenges that may create unintentional hurt or misunderstandings. More specifically, the presenter will provide information on the key components of the Neurodiverse Love Relationship GPS (Gaining Perspective for Success) that she has created.