Southwest Autism Research and Resource Center Overview
Target demographics: We serve individuals on the autism spectrum across the life span.
Someone who had 3 hours of volunteer time could: Volunteers are the power behind nonprofit organizations like SARRC. From special events to project coordination and mass mailings, SARRC relies on its volunteers to help with a variety of tasks.
Programs: SARRC provides programs that address the needs of individuals with autism spectrum disorders (ASDs) of all ages. SARRC offers early intervention programs and a preschool for children birth to five; elementary school programs that promote understanding and acceptance of those who are different; education and consulting to professionals in K-12 schools; vocational experiences for teens and young adults from 13-18 years of age; and employment services for adults.
Established in 1997, the Southwest Autism Research & Resource Center’s (SARRC™) mission is to advance research and provide a lifetime of support for individuals with autism and their families.