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Everyone Deserves to Live Their Best Life Possible

ASRC’s philosophy is driven by the understanding that ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorders) presents itself differently in different people, therefore no single intervention is helpful for all individuals on the autism spectrum. Families need to make decisions based on good information (education) in conjunction with what they already understand about their child/teen/adult.

A key player in creating the pilot program for adult services within the Department of Developmental Services, ASRC has also served as a participating stakeholder in several governmental committees, including the State Department of Education, the Bureau of Rehabilitation Services, the Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services, and the Department of Public Health.

ASRC is leading the way in advocating at the state level for family and adult services, and continues to be the “go-to” resource for lawmakers in Hartford, Connecticut to help shape legislation regarding Connecticut’s response to autism.

Our Mission

UPCOMING EVENTS

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Annual ASRC Walk for Autism
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Don't miss the Annual Building Bridges Conference on Autism March 23rd at Southern Connecticut State University. Check out Keynote Speaker John Elder Robison, Author of "Look Me in the Eye"
www.youtube.com/watch?v=SwzfgNWmR6E&t=13s

To register and to learn more info, follow this link
ct-asrc.org/annual-conference/John Elder Robison, Author of "Look me in the eye" interviewd for the Today Show.
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The main goal of this 10 week study is to give parents the chance to keep track of how many times their child wandered, and discover ways to limit the frequency it occurs. Look below for some common questions parents may have before participating in the study. ...

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OUR VISION

ASRC’s vision is two-fold: to prepare those with ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorders) for the world, as we prepare the world for those with ASD.

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