USF Faculty Researchers and Clinicians Form the ASDnet to Increase Support for Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD)
USF faculty researchers and clinicians who are involved in services, training, support, and research related to autism spectrum disorders (ASD) have formed the ASDnet to better connect professionals, educators and families.
Through this multidisciplinary initiative, members from the USF Colleges of Education, Behavioral & Community Sciences, Engineering, Medicine and Public Health work together to ensure that individuals with ASD have access to evidence-based interventions, services, and supports. The Network offers families and professionals with information on the array of options available at USF, and creates a faculty collaborative for pursuing new opportunities in research, education, and service delivery.
Services offered include information on:
- Arts for Individuals with Disabilities
- Behavioral Support
- Care Coordination
- Consultation & Technical Assistance
- Diagnostics & Evaluation
- Provider Network
- Resources & Information
- Speech & Language Hearing Services
Information is also provided on many of the USF educational programs that offer individuals the opportunity to gain knowledge and expertise related to working with students with ASD.
Visit the website to learn more about the ASDnet research, services, education and faculty.