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Causes: Autism, Autism Research, Disabilities, Education, Educational Services, Health, Medical Research

Mission: Established in 1997, the mission of the Southwest Autism Research and Resource Center (SARRC) is to advance research and provide a lifetime of support for individuals with autism and their families.

Results: In 2013, SARRC provided more than 1,500 individualized services and research for children, teens, and adults with ASD; served nearly 3,000 parents, family members, typical peers, and community members; and trained more than 3,500 educational and medical professionals.

Target demographics: advance research and provide a lifetime of support for individuals with autism and their families.

Direct beneficiaries per year: In 2013, SARRC provided more than 1,500 individualized services and research for children, teens, and adults with ASD; served nearly 3,000 parents, family members, typical peers, and community members; and trained more than 3,500 educational and medical professionals.

Geographic areas served: Arizona

Programs: SARRC provides programs that address the needs of individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) of all ages by offering an early intervention program for newly diagnosed children up to six years of age; a four-classroom inclusive preschool for children from 18 months to five years of age; K-12 school consultation services, and school-based inclusion programs to promote peer understanding and acceptance of those with differences; home-based programs; remote telemedicine and parent training for military families and those in rural communities with limited services; community-based life skills and vocational experiences for teens (ages 13-18); and employment services, life skills training, and educational opportunities for adults.

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