FSU Center for Autism & Related Disabilities

What is autism spectrum disorder?

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CARD’s purpose is to serve individuals across the lifespan by helping them become valued members of their communities.

FSU CARD is one of seven centers funded by the Florida Legislature and currently serves over 3,700 individuals ranging from toddlers to adults in 18 counties in the Florida Panhandle.

Funding Application Forms

The FSU Autism Institute was established to provide funding for services related to autism in the areas of research, training, community outreach, and family needs.

Funding Application Forms

Support Groups

Click on the button below for a listing of current area support groups.

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Referral Packets

To become a client a referral packet must be completed and submitted to FSU CARD. You can request a referral packet by calling our office or downloading the forms.

Download Referral Packets

Trainings & Events

CARD offers general trainings to the public or specific trainings tailored to a specific setting/school. CARD has community events open to the public to promote autism awareness.

View Calendar

Resources

Click here for additional resources including important web links and current research opportunities.

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Newsletters

The FSU CARD newsletter provides the most up-to-date autism-related information at your finger tips.

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