Improving the Quality of Life for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder

Through Screenings, Awareness, Outreach, Early Intervention & Professional Development Programs

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Improving the Quality of Life for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder

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EARLY ACCESS
Autism Screening

The earlier a child is diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and begins treatment, the greater chance they have of improving their condition. To find out if your child is at risk for ASD schedule a screening today.

 

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EARLY FOUNDATIONS
Early Intervention

A model for delivering expanded, more intensive intervention as soon as possible for children suspected of having an ASD, all within in a developmentally appropriate setting that includes access to typical peers and typical childhood activities.

 

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MESA PROJECT
Professional Development

Autism support services providing training on various Autism related topics, on-site technical assistance, and a support network for educating children with Autism Spectrum Disorder.

 

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We Want to Hear From You!

The Oklahoma Autism Center and Oklahoma Autism Center Foundation need your guidance as we develop our long-term plan for meeting the needs of children with autism spectrum disorders and related disabilities and their families.

Your input is critical for ensuring effective investment of resources and maximum impact as we work with you to improve the quality of life for Oklahoma children and families. We are seeking a broad range of input related to all aspects of a good life, including but not limited to education, employment, health care, community-based services and family support.

We ask that you please take a moment to answer the questions in the link below. All submissions must be received by October 30, 2019. We are grateful for your participation and look forward to working alongside you!

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For Applied Research & Training

The mission of the Oklahoma Autism Center is to improve the quality of life for children with autism spectrum disorder (and related disabilities) and their families by building capacity of public programs and other providers to offer effective services.