The mission of the CSUF Center for Autism is to improve the lives of individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and their families through research, teaching, clinical service, and community involvement.
The Center is comprised of two related cores, the Education Core and the Applied Developmental Core. Please see below for information about each Core and related activities
Please join us for California State University Fullerton's 9th Annual Conference on Autism Spectrum Disorders co-hosted by the AIMS grant and the Center for Autism on April 24-25, 2015. Our keynote speaker is Stephen Hinkle, M.Ed.! Please view the attached documents for information on conference sessions, fees, and the call for proposals. Click for Conference Information and Call for Proposals
Cal State Fullerton Center for Autism will be hosting a charity golf tournament on Monday, April 27, 2015. Please join us for golf, lunch, dinner, a silent auction, raffle prizes and more. Click here for event details or register here for the tournament.
Housed in the College of Education, the mission of the Education Core is to equip teacher candidates in utilizing evidence-based supports for learners with ASD across the life-span.
Housed in the College of Health & Human Development, the Applied Developmental Core is focused on understanding developmental processes in autism and promoting competence and wellbeing in children with ASD and their families.