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Did you know that UM-NSU CARD and Miami ABA are presenting an ABA Meet and Greet Breakfast on Friday, January 31 at 8 AM? This event will be held at the University of Miami's Newman Alumni Center in Coral Gables. All certified ABA providers (BCBA and BCaBA) are welcome to attend. To RSVP, contact Ivan Deveaux.
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Meet and Greet for
Parents (O'Bryant)


Wednesday, February 12, 2020 (8 AM)

UM-NSU CARD presents a meet and greet for parents of children with autism, developmental delays, and/or related disabilities. This event will be held at Horace O'Bryant School in Key West. Come join us for light refreshments, and learn how we can help you! All of our services are provided at no cost to you. For more information, contact Dr. Diane Adreon (305-284-6556).

Classroom Strategies
(O'Bryant School)


Wednesday, February 12, 2020 (3:45 PM)

UM-NSU CARD presents a free workshop at Horace O'Bryant School in Key West. This workshop will address teaching strategies and positive behavioral supports to increase appropriate classroom behaviors. Registration is not required. For more information, contact Dr. Diane Adreon (305-284-6556).

Meet and Greet for
Parents (Sugarloaf)


Wednesday, March 4, 2020 (8 AM)

UM-NSU CARD presents a meet and greet for parents of children with autism, developmental delays, and/or related disabilities. This event will be held at Sugarloaf School in Summerland Key. Come join us for light refreshments, and learn how we can help you! All of our services are provided at no cost to you. For more information, contact Dr. Diane Adreon (305-284-6556).

Classroom Strategies
(Sugarloaf School)


Wednesday, March 4, 2020 (3:15 PM)

UM-NSU CARD presents a free workshop at Sugarloaf School Media Center in Summerland Key. This workshop will address teaching strategies and positive behavioral supports to increase appropriate classroom behaviors. Registration is not required. For more information, contact Dr. Diane Adreon (305-284-6556).

PEPSA: Support for
Emotional Regulation


Saturday, April 4, 2020 (8:30 AM)

All are welcome to this free full-day workshop at Nova Southeastern University in Davie! This workshop focuses on comprehensive support for emotional regulation, and will be presented by Drs. Amy Laurent and Jacquelyn Fede. Registration is mandatory; register online at this webpage. Click here for directions. For more information, contact us (954-262-7111). The registration deadline is Wednesday, April 1, and the event is limited to the first 200 participants.

Meet and Greet for
Parents (Sigsbee)


Wednesday, April 8, 2020 (8 AM)

UM-NSU CARD presents a meet and greet for parents of children with autism, developmental delays, and/or related disabilities. This event will be held at Sigsbee Charter School in Key West. Come join us for light refreshments, and learn how we can help you! All of our services are provided at no cost to you. For more information, contact Dr. Diane Adreon (305-284-6556).

Classroom Strategies
(Sigsbee School)


Wednesday, April 8, 2020 (2:15 PM)

UM-NSU CARD presents a free workshop at Sigsbee Charter School in Key West. This workshop will address teaching strategies and positive behavioral supports to increase appropriate classroom behaviors. Registration is not required. For more information, contact Dr. Diane Adreon (305-284-6556).

Connect with UM-NSU
CARD on Skype & Zoom


Do you have questions about autism? Do you need information on how to help your child learn new skills? Are you confused about different interventions? Do you wonder if your child is entitled to receive government benefits? UM-NSU CARD provides free Skype and Zoom consultations, and can answer the autism-related questions you might have. To schedule a consultation, please contact Miguel Rios (305-284-5264).

The Autism Advantage


UM-NSU CARD has teamed up with Rising Tide Car Wash to create "The Autism Advantage", an online course that will teach you a step-by-step process for creating a business that can sustainably employ your loved one with autism. Our mission is to guide aspiring autism entrepreneurs through their journey to creating a thriving business that uses the valuable talents people with autism have. The course is now available at a 20% discount for UM-NSU CARD families. Use code UMCARD20.

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ABA Meet and Greet
Breakfast (Coral Gables)


Friday, January 31, 2020 (8 AM)

UM-NSU CARD and Miami ABA presents an ABA Meet and Greet Breakfast at the University of Miami's Newman Alumni Center. All certified ABA providers (BCBA and BCaBA) are welcome to attend. To RSVP, contact Ivan Deveaux.


Super Fest (Hollywood)


Saturday, February 1, 2020 (10 AM)

The Matthew Foundation invites you to Super Fest at Chaminade-Madonna in Hollywood! Super Fest is an annual fully inclusive football and cheerleading clinic culminating in a gameday experience where kids and young adults (ages 5+) of varying abilities, including those with developmental disabilities, are genuinely welcomed and experience the excitement of the Big Game weekend. Visit this website or contact us for more information.

See the second page of our flyer for a map of Chaminade-Madonna. Click this link to sign up as a volunteer. Click this link to register as a participant. All volunteers and participants need to sign a waiver, which is available at this link. Whoever is planning to attend should ideally arrive by 8 AM.

Support Group for Caregivers
of Adults (Coral Gables)


Monday, February 3, 2020 (6:30 PM)

Enjoy the opportunity to meet other parents and/or caregivers of adult children on the autism spectrum. Share experiences, ask questions, and receive support. Feel free to bring a snack to share with others. Register at this webpage. For more information, please contact the facilitator, Dr. Diane Adreon (305-284-6556). This program is sponsored by the Daniel Jordan Fiddle Foundation Transition and Adult Programs at UM-NSU CARD.

Teen Time
(Miami Lakes)


Tuesday, February 4, 2020 (6:30 PM)

Teen Time is a social opportunity group for registered teenage CARD constituents who are currently attending high school. Members must know about their autism diagnosis. A parent support group will run simultaneously. Parents or caregivers of those who are interested in the group must schedule a screening with one of the facilitators. For more information or to schedule a screening, contact Christina Rodriguez (786-631-3715) or Ivan Deveaux (786-631-3717).


Support Group for
Mothers (Coral Gables)


Wednesday, February 5, 2020 (10 AM)

Enjoy the opportunity to meet other moms with children on the autism spectrum, share experiences, ask questions, and receive support. Registration is required; email Sara Dajer to register. No childcare provided. RSVP at this webpage.

Teen Time
(Coral Gables)


Monday, February 10, 2020 (6:30 PM)

Teen Time is a social opportunity group for registered teenage CARD constituents who are currently attending high school. Members must know about their autism diagnosis. A parent support group will run simultaneously. Parents or caregivers of those who are interested in the group must schedule a screening with one of the facilitators. For more information or to schedule a screening, contact Christina Rodriguez (786-631-3715) or Alexandra Cacciamani (305-284-5901).


West Kendall Baptist:
Autism Support Group


Wednesday, February 12, 2020 (6 PM)

West Kendall Baptist Hospital presents a support group for those who have loved ones with autism. We invite you to join this group, share your story, ask questions, and receive support. This group is facilitated by Carol Del Sol, a parent of a child with autism. This month, we will also have a presentation about IEP meetings by parent advocate Krista Barth. For more information or to RSVP, contact Carol Del Sol (786-467-2777).

UM-NSU CARD
Job Club (Coral Gables)


Saturday, February 15, 2020 (11 AM)

This support group is for UM-NSU CARD constituents (age 18 and over) who are looking for employment or are employed. We will share job search strategies, learn about networking, practice interviewing skills, work on our resumes, set career goals, and more. This is not a job placement program. To register, contact Jennifer Feinstein (305-284-3734). This program is sponsored by the Daniel Jordan Fiddle Foundation Transition and Adult Programs at UM-NSU CARD. Please note our new time.

Adult Support Group
(Coral Gables)


Saturday, February 15, 2020 (12:30 PM)

UM-NSU CARD presents a support group for adults with autism (age 18 and over). Participants must be registered with UM-NSU CARD and out of high school. They must also be able to sustain a reciprocal conversation and discuss various topics. A phone screening is required. For more information or to RSVP, contact Jennifer Feinstein (305-284-3734). This program is sponsored by the Daniel Jordan Fiddle Foundation Transition and Adult Programs at UM-NSU CARD. Please note our new time.

Social GAAIN
(Miami Lakes)


Tuesday, February 18, 2020 (5:30 PM)

This monthly group is for CARD constituents, age 18 and older, who are out of high school and can sustain conversations on various topics. Formats of these meetings may vary; see flyer for more details. Only 10 openings per session. Spots will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis. All individuals who are interested in attending for the first time must be pre-screened with a facilitator. For more information or to RSVP, contact Blanca Diaz (786-409-7305).

Support Group for
Dads (Coral Gables)


Wednesday, February 19, 2020 (6:30 PM)

Enjoy the opportunity to meet other dads with children on the autism spectrum, share experiences, ask questions, and receive support. This group is facilitated by Dr. Michael Alessandri, the executive director of UM-NSU CARD. Registration is required; you can register at this webpage or by contacting Mike Rios. Bring your parking ticket with you for validation. Please note that we will be meeting in Room 502.


West Kendall Baptist:
Autism Support Group


Wednesday, March 11, 2020 (6 PM)

West Kendall Baptist Hospital presents a support group for those who have loved ones with autism. We invite you to join this group, share your story, ask questions, and receive support. This group is facilitated by Carol Del Sol, a parent of a child with autism. This month, we will also have a presentation about addressing problem behaviors by behavioral therapist Krystine Cardenas. For more information or to RSVP, contact Carol Del Sol (786-467-2777).

PEPSA: Support for
Emotional Regulation


Saturday, April 4, 2020 (8:30 AM)

All are welcome to this free full-day workshop at Nova Southeastern University in Davie! This workshop focuses on comprehensive support for emotional regulation, and will be presented by Drs. Amy Laurent and Jacquelyn Fede. Registration is mandatory; register online at this webpage. Click here for directions. For more information, contact us (954-262-7111). The registration deadline is Wednesday, April 1, and the event is limited to the first 200 participants.


West Kendall Baptist:
Autism Support Group


Wednesday, April 15, 2020 (6 PM)

West Kendall Baptist Hospital presents a support group for those who have loved ones with autism. We invite you to join this group, share your story, ask questions, and receive support. This group is facilitated by Carol Del Sol, a parent of a child with autism. This month, we will also have a presentation about autism and sexuality by behavioral therapist Blanca Diaz. For more information or to RSVP, contact Carol Del Sol (786-467-2777).

KIT Club: A Social
Skills Group from ASAC


Spring schedule TBA; now accepting applications

Kids Improving Together (KIT) Club is a state-of-the-art intervention program that teaches children age-appropriate social skills. Our curriculum is designed for high-functioning children (ages 9-12) who can communicate in fluent complex sentences. We also offer a parent group which teaches parents how to foster generalization of their children's skills. Visit ASAC online for more information. To begin the screening process, contact Sofia Muñoz (305-284-6140).

ASAC: Autism Caregiver
Training Program


ASAC, located at UM-NSU CARD's main office in Coral Gables, is offering a twelve-week Autism Caregiver Training program. Led by a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA), this program will help parents of children (ages 3-8) learn how to decrease their children's disruptive behaviors and increase prosocial behaviors and adaptive skills. We offer individual coaching and homework review via Skype, and individualized behavioral plans. Contact Cecilia Alvarez-Tabio (305-284-8396) for more information.

UM: Free Parent-Child
Interaction Therapy (PCIT)


The University of Miami is offering free PCIT therapy for children (age 2-7) with behavioral difficulties and developmental disabilities. Parents are taught how to use specific skills to manage behavior, and then coached by a therapist while playing with their child during 1-hour weekly sessions for about 4-6 months. See flyer for locations and more details. To learn more, please email us or call 305-243-0234. This program is funded by The Children's Trust.

The Autism Advantage


UM-NSU CARD has teamed up with Rising Tide Car Wash to create "The Autism Advantage", an online course that will teach you a step-by-step process for creating a business that can sustainably employ your loved one with autism. Our mission is to guide aspiring autism entrepreneurs through their journey to creating a thriving business that uses the valuable talents people with autism have. The course is now available at a 20% discount for UM-NSU CARD families. Use code UMCARD20.

University of Miami:
IBIS Behavior Clinic


Weekdays from 8:30 AM to 12:30 PM

The University of Miami presents the IBIS Clinic, which provides early intensive behavior intervention for toddlers with autism and related developmental delays. Spaces are currently available for Fall 2018 enrollment. We offer individualized curriculum, on-site supervision by doctoral level BCBAs, one-to-one intervention, preschool readiness, and integration of naturalistic intervention. Visit our website, contact Stephanie, or call 305-284-9514 for more information.

Autism Spectrum
Assessment Clinic


ASAC is a specialty clinic at the University of Miami. We offer psychological and educational evaluations, autism screenings, individual and family therapy, parent-child interaction therapy, and social skills groups. We do not accept insurance, but we may be able to help with reimbursement. Fees are very competitive. Your loved one deserves the best! For more information, visit our website or call 305-284-6140.

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BSO Cares:
Disability Registry


The Broward Sheriff's Office (BSO) has established a registry for persons with developmental disorders. This registry is part of a community service program that will allow BSO's emergency personnel to better respond to and serve persons with disabilities. Participation is voluntary. Once enrolled, the identified person will be provided with a Special Needs ID card. Click here to fill out the entry form, and click here to see the ID card.


Super Fest (Hollywood)


Saturday, February 1, 2020 (10 AM)

The Matthew Foundation invites you to Super Fest at Chaminade-Madonna in Hollywood! Super Fest is an annual fully inclusive football and cheerleading clinic culminating in a gameday experience where kids and young adults (ages 5+) of varying abilities, including those with developmental disabilities, are genuinely welcomed and experience the excitement of the Big Game weekend. Visit this website or contact us for more information.

See the second page of our flyer for a map of Chaminade-Madonna. Click this link to sign up as a volunteer. Click this link to register as a participant. All volunteers and participants need to sign a waiver, which is available at this link. Whoever is planning to attend should ideally arrive by 8 AM.


Behavioral Support
Group (Davie)


Wednesday, February 5, 2020 (10 AM)

Located at the UM-NSU CARD Broward Satellite Office at NSU in Davie, this is a group support forum for caregivers and family members of registered UM-NSU CARD constituents affected by autism and challenging behaviors. If you would like to attend the group and are not currently registered, contact Susan Lepri (954-262-8412) to request an intake appointment. Registration is required; register at this webpage.

Language Links (Davie)


Thursday, February 6, 2020 (9:30 AM)

Located at Baudhuin Preschool in Davie, this Alternative/Augmentative Communication (AAC) & visual supports workgroup helps parents, caregivers, and professionals work together to expand their knowledge of no-tech through high-tech communication aids. This year, topics will include visual tools, doctor visit preparation, and promotion of self-regulation skills. Registration is required; to register, contact Lori Wise (954-262-7709).


Autismo: Una Perspectiva
Fascinante (Davie)


Sábado, 8 de febrero de 2020 (10 AM)

En este presentación, se va a transmitir una perspectiva positiva del autismo y la comunicación, basada en evidencia científica actualizada y ejemplos reales, que impulse a los participantes para continuar aprendiendo al respecto. Para más información, llama al 954-262-7111. Inscripción previa en este página Web.

Young at Art:
Sensory Sundays


Sunday, February 9, 2020 (10 AM)

Join us for Sensory Sunday at the Young at Art Museum (located in Davie). On the second Sunday of every month, the museum will open one hour early for children and adults with autism or other sensory integration sensitivities. Explore the museum and enjoy art activities in a safe and welcoming environment. Different themes for each month! Read more about the "YAA for ALL" sensory friendly events at this webpage, or call 954-424-5056.

UM-NSU CARD
Job Club (Miramar)


Tuesday, February 11, 2020 (5 PM)

This monthly support group is for UM-NSU CARD constituents (age 18 and over) who are looking for employment or are employed. We will share job search strategies, learn about networking, practice interviewing skills, work on our resumes, set career goals, and more. This is not a job placement program. To register, contact Jennifer Feinstein (305-284-3734). This program is sponsored by the Daniel Jordan Fiddle Foundation Transition and Adult Programs at UM-NSU CARD.

Support Group
for Dads (Davie)


Wednesday, February 19, 2020 (6:30 PM)

Enjoy the opportunity to meet other dads with children on the autism spectrum, share experiences, ask questions, and receive support. Registration is required; contact Luis Grana (954-262-7177) for more information or to register.


Mothers' Support
Group (Davie)


Thursday, February 20, 2020 (9:30 AM)

Enjoy the opportunity to meet other moms with children on the autism spectrum, share experiences, ask questions, and receive support. Registration is required. For more information or to register, contact Stephanie Garcia-Delgado (954-262-7719).


Grupo de apoyo para
comportamientos (Davie)


Viernes, 21 de febrero de 2020 (9:30 AM)

Este grupo de apoyo es para familias de personas con autismo y se enfoca en hablar acerca de comportamientos inapropriados que ocurren en las escuelas, hogares y en la comunidad. También se enfocará en como sustituir conductas negativas con conductas positivas. Registración es requerida, por correo electrónico o teléfono (954-262-7719).

PEPSA: Support for
Emotional Regulation


Saturday, April 4, 2020 (8:30 AM)

All are welcome to this free full-day workshop at Nova Southeastern University in Davie! This workshop focuses on comprehensive support for emotional regulation, and will be presented by Drs. Amy Laurent and Jacquelyn Fede. Registration is mandatory; register online at this webpage. Click here for directions. For more information, contact us (954-262-7111). The registration deadline is Wednesday, April 1, and the event is limited to the first 200 participants.

The Autism Advantage


UM-NSU CARD has teamed up with Rising Tide Car Wash to create "The Autism Advantage", an online course that will teach you a step-by-step process for creating a business that can sustainably employ your loved one with autism. Our mission is to guide aspiring autism entrepreneurs through their journey to creating a thriving business that uses the valuable talents people with autism have. The course is now available at a 20% discount for UM-NSU CARD families. Use code UMCARD20.

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SPARK for Autism


Join SPARK, a free study with a simple mission: to speed up research and advance understanding of autism. Individuals with autism will receive a $50 gift card once registration is complete. To learn more about SPARK and register online, visit our website.

UM Brain Development Study: Looking for Volunteers


The University of Miami's Brain Connectivity and Cognition Laboratory (BCCL) is looking for children with autism, as well as typically-developing children, for a research study. Children must be 9-12 years old, be right-handed, not have braces, have fluent verbal skills, and be fluent in English and performing at grade level. The study includes at least two appointments: an assessment an an MRI session. Participants can earn $100. For more information or to register, visit our website or contact us (305-284-3286).

Children's Sound
Response Study


Researchers from the University of Miami in Coral Gables are recruiting children diagnosed with autism (ages 1-5) to participate in a study on how children's brains process sounds. Children will wear small stickers called "electrodes" on their heads while listening to sounds over earphones and engaging in a quiet activity of their choice. Parents/caregivers will be with their children for the entire 90-minute study. $50 payment. To learn more, contact us (305-284-5520).

Questionnaire for
Hispanic Parents


Parents of a child with autism often encounter unique challenges. Very little is known about these challenges, along with coping strategies that assist parents. If you are a Hispanic parent in this situation, here is an opportunity to share your story. Visit these webpages (English or Spanish) to participate in this study, and contact Janice del Pilar if you have questions. The survey is confidential and takes about ten minutes to complete.


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Study: Young Adults
with Fragile X Syndrome


Do you have a high school-age child with Fragile X Syndrome? Help the Vanderbilt Kennedy Center learn more about how certain abilities, experiences, and biology affect language abilities in adulthood. Participants will take part in four assessment visits over a three-year period. Two visits will be at one of our study sites, and two will be completed from home. Travel costs will be reimbursed, and families will receive a $200 honorarium for completing all parts of the study. Contact us (615-322-2943) for more information.

DASH Study Recruitment


Do you, or someone you care for, have a developmental disability? We want to hear about your experiences with receiving health care services. This study is open to any individual with a developmental disability, or their caregiver, who has received health care services. There will be an interview 30-60 minutes in length, and participants will receive $50 for their time. If you are interested in participating, please contact Dr. Ashley Falcon (305-284-6026).

Caregivers' Group
Therapy Study (Weston)


Are you the parent or main caregiver of a child with autism? This research study, held at Shaping Change in Weston, will consist of Solution-Focused Brief Group Therapy for parents and caregivers. Each participant will receive a $30 gift card after the pre, post, and follow-up tests. For more information, contact Dr. Pei-Fen Li (954-262-3052), Dr. Arlene Gordon (954-262-3032), or Dr. Janessa Dominguez (954-589-1038).

FCIC Survey


The Florida Center for Inclusive Communities is conducting an important needs assessment about services and supports for Floridians with developmental disabilities (DD). We invite responses from people with DD, their family members and caregivers, and providers for people with DD. This survey will take about ten minutes and is available in both English and Spanish. Your participation is voluntary and confidential. Click here to take the survey, or contact Elizabeth Perkins or Laura Rodriguez Lopez if you have questions.


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ACE Action: Social
Communication Study


Join our study of treatments for children (age 1-2) with social communication delays and early signs of autism. See flyer for detailed information on the ESI and PSE treatments. You may be offered up to $300 to offset the cost of completing research activities. Participation is voluntary, and you can withdraw at any time. Contact the research coordinators, Dahriana Correa and Jackie Moffitt (305-284-6894), for more information.

University of Miami:
Brain Research Study


The Bridging Research on Anxiety, Innovations, and Neuroscience (BRAIN) Group at the University of Miami is looking for individuals ages 9-20 to participate in a neuroimaging study. Participants must be in good physical and mental health, and not have braces or permanent retainers. Participants will receive a free picture of their brain, and earn up to $75 or opt for community service hours. For more information, visit our website, email us, or call 305-284-2364.

UM: Study and Book
on Parent Advocacy


Do you see yourself as an advocate for a child, youth, or young adult (age 0-22) with a disability? Would you like to be part of a book on parent advocacy? Are you a Miami-Dade County resident? If you'd like to participate in this study, which will involve two interviews about loved ones' needs and concerns, then please contact Lydia Ocasio-Stoutenburg (631-793-3418). We are especially interested in racially, ethnically, and socioeconomically diverse families.

USJ Online Study


Are you a parent of a child with autism (age 0-12)? If so, you may be eligible to participate in an online study with researchers at the University of Saint Joseph. This study seeks to evaluate the relationship between parents' stress and the choices they make about treatment outcomes. Participants will take three surveys that will take them about 30 minutes, and their responses are anonymous. Click here to participate. For questions, contact Melissa Walker (203-240-1537).

Wandering Study


Cohen Children's Medical Center of New York is studying the impact of GPS-based electronic tracking devices on children with autism who wander. Participants in this study will be loaned an AngelSense Guardian tracking device to use for free for six weeks, and asked to fill out a few short questionnaires about their experiences. To find out if you are eligible for this study, please complete the screening questionnaire here. You may also contact us for more information.

University of Miami:
Autism Blood Test Study


Volunteers (ages 12-22), with or without autism, are needed for a research study. We are studying specific proteins in the blood that may be used for developing a blood test to diagnose autism. Only one short visit to Larkin Hospital in South Miami is required. For more information, please contact Dr. Alok Dube (312-316-3499). Weekend appointments are available. Reimbursement for time and travel will be provided.

Siblings of Individuals
with Disabilities


Researchers at the University of Illinois are conducting a survey about the experiences of siblings (over 18 years old) of individuals with disabilities. By taking 20-30 minutes to complete this online survey, you can help us learn more about needed supports for siblings. To take this survey, go to this webpage. If you have any questions, please contact Meghan Burke (217-300-1226).

Study on Autism
and Sound Sensitivity


Does your child have autism? Are they bothered by certain sounds? This study from Florida International University is looking for a relationship between auditory hyper-reactivity, anxiety, and social participation in children with autism. Participants will take a 15-minute survey, and coupon codes will be provided at the end. Click here to take the survey (English | Español).


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Sleep Disturbances in
Children with Autism


We are looking for families to participate in our research study of parent training as a tool in treating sleep problems in young children (ages 2 to less than 7) on the autism spectrum. As part of the study, you and your child will complete questionnaires, document sleep habits, and attend five sessions using telehealth technology. Benefits include the improvement of your child's sleep and bedtime behaviors. For more information, contact us (216-448-6392).

Perception/Learning Study
for Adults with Autism


The University of Miami's OWL (Object and Word Learning) Lab invites adults (ages 18-24) diagnosed with autism to participate in a research study about perception and learning. Adults must be fluent in English. The visit will take between 60 and 90 minutes. For more information, contact the OWL Lab (305-284-9564).

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