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2022 Summer Events

July 18, 2022 Step-Back Program The Step-back Program has been developed to provide a whole school approach to support educators, caregivers, and other professionals to understand their role in…

UF CAN Named as a Center for Research

In June of 2022, the Center for Autism and Neurodevelopment (CAN) was awarded the designation as a Center for Research. CAN already provides extraordinary clinical care for children and adults living with neurodevelopmental disorders. As of June 2022, CAN is now recognized by the University of Florida (UF) and Office…

Podcast

Podcast What is UF CAN Watch steering committee member, Dr. Jeremy Melker as he speaks on autism and UF CAN's mission and outreach on the Meldon Law & Friends Podcast…

UF CARDcasts

Podcasts CARDcasts The mission of UF CARDCasts is to share with their listeners relevant information about what they do and how they can help you. Over the course of our…

UF CARD Training Needs Survey

UF CARD 2021 Training Needs Survey UF CARD is interested in collecting information about the learning needs of their constituents, their families/caregivers, educational teams, and related service providers. Please take…

Training for Primary Care Physicians

Free CME Primary Care Physician Training Vanderbilt Kennedy Center, along with ECHO Autism, is offering a FREE six-month training for primary care providers who see adults with autism or have…

UF CAN Housing Survey

UF Health Center for Autism & Neurodevelopment (UF CAN) Housing Survey Purpose: This study aims to collect information on the housing needs for individuals with developmental disabilities (DD) and their families. This information will be used by UF CAN and other organizations in measuring, defining, and sharing information about the housing…

Take a Tour of Our Center

Take a Tour of the CAN Center Courtesy of Colliers International GNV Commercial Advisory Team…

Preparing to Move to College with Autism

By Cassidy Hopson Moving away from home to attend college is a big lifestyle change for every young adult. But, for those with autism, this change can be particularly challenging. The intensity of college courses combined with increased responsibilities can be a difficult adjustment for new college students with ASD.