CARD® gathers a wide variety of unique assets to assist families with understanding autism spectrum disorder. The resources page includes research, public policy, media, and much more.
If your child was recently diagnosed with autism, we understand that you must have a lot of questions. CARD created this section to walk you through the most important information you need to understand your child's diagnosis.
Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a developmental disorder marked by impaired social interaction, limited communication, behavioral challenges, and a limited range of activities and interests.
Behavior analysis is the scientific study of behavior. Applied behavior analysis (ABA) is the application of the principles of learning and motivation from behavior analysis.
Early intervention provides the best outcomes for improving your child’s development. Our research has shown that early, high-intensity intervention, 2-4 years old can put your child on a path to recovery.
Center-Based Services are one-to-one applied behavior analysis (ABA) sessions for children, adolescents, and adults that take place at a CARD center rather than in the home environment.
Most states have enacted autism insurance reform laws that require insurance carriers to provide coverage for autism treatment.
The autism support community is growing. We’ve gathered some of the best-recommended resources for you.
Skills® is a one-stop resource for creating and implementing comprehensive, tailored treatment plans for autism.
There are many acronyms used in the autism world to simplify long terms, here you can find a list of the most common.
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