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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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ASRC Families:
The research team at the Division of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics at Cohen Children’s Medical Center of New York is is conducting a new, IRB-approved, national study about the impact of wearable electronic tracking devices (ETDs) on children with ASD who wander and their families. Parents who participate in this 10-week study will be provided with an AngelSense Guardian tracking device to use for free for 6 weeks, and will be asked to complete weekly online questionnaires about their experiences with the device.
Please spread the word about this study to families who may be interested in participating. The flier with contact information and frequently asked questions are attached.
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ASRC Families:
The research team at the Division of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics at Cohen Children’s Medical Center of New York is is conducting a new, IRB-approved, national study about the impact of wearable electronic tracking devices (ETDs) on children with ASD who wander and their families. Parents who participate in this 10-week study will be provided with an AngelSense Guardian tracking device to use for free for 6 weeks, and will be asked to complete weekly online questionnaires about their experiences with the device. 
Please spread the word about this study to families who may be interested in participating. The flier with contact information and frequently asked questions are attached.Image attachmentImage attachment

In just 9 days, help out ASRC by coming to the Wallingford Chipotle and eat some delicious burritos and refreshing drinks. ...

In just 9 days, help out ASRC by coming to the Wallingford Chipotle and eat some delicious burritos and refreshing drinks.
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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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