Community Autism Network (CAN) harnesses interdisciplinary university and community partnerships to promote: (1) world-class training and educational opportunities for members of the autism community, service providers, family members, faculty and students; (2) interprofessional research focused on the holistic health and inclusion of individuals with autism and their families across the lifespan; (3) supporting accessible, evidence-based services, activities, and information with and for the community.
APPOINTED DIRECTOR OF THE COMMUNITY AUTISM NETWORK AT FGCU
The mission of The Community Autism Network at FGCU is to integrate curated, evidence-based information from research into educational and clinical content, which informs the delivery of health and human services to individuals in our community with autism and/or other neurodiverse conditions, including intellectual disability, across the lifespan. The intent is to organize an interprofessional framework of disciplines representing faculty and team science focused on the application of psychoeducational strategies and community assets to improve the delivery of health and human services within this focal area. For more information please contact Dr. Annemarie Connor at email@example.com
Dr. Annemarie Connor, CAN Director
FGCU’s Occupational Therapy program, the Community Autism Network and the PGA Golf Management Program partner together for a Short-Game Golf Research Study. Its goal is to provide adults with autism education and skills to help them feel more comfortable and confident while golfing. Future Putting Along the Spectrum event dates include April 3rd,10th, 24th and May 1st, 2021. See flier below for more information.
CAN grow at Southern Fresh Farms
Putting Along the Spectrum!
Everbaldes vs. South Carolina Sting Rays
Promising Pathways 14th Annual Virtual Conference on Autism