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California State University Fullerton
Center for Autism Applied Developmental Core

Support for the CSUF Campus Community

See the Person 2016
Dr. Fenning spoke at the CSUF residence halls during the 2016 “See the Person” week on campus.

The CSUF Center for Autism is committed to serving as a resource to the CSUF community.

Support for CSUF Students with Autism:

Specific programs to support CSUF students with ASD and to raise campus awareness of ASD are offered through our Education Core (http://ed.fullerton.edu/autism/)

Support for Faculty Research in Autism and Related Disorders:

Another way that the Center can offer support to CSUF is by serving as a resource to faculty interested in research in autism and related disorders who are developing projects that align with the mission of the Center. The Applied Developmental Core offers support for faculty research including:

  • Consultation for research investigations focused on autism and/or related disorders.
  • Consultation involving recruitment and/or direct assistance.
  • Assistance with data collection, including the performance of developmental and/or clinical assessments.

Certain fees may be charged for the above services depending upon the level of time and involvement required by Center staff. Please contact autismcenterkids@fullerton.edu or 657-278-7891 for more information.

Support for CSUF Instructors:

The CSUF Center for Autism is committed to the dissemination of empirically supported information on autism spectrum disorders. CSUF course instructors interested in support for teaching information related to autism can contact our Center for assistance. Please contact autismcenterkids@fullerton.edu or 657-278-7891 for more information.

Support for Campus Events

Our Center is involved in various disability awareness and education events on campus. Please contact us if you would like support with a relevant event that you are planning.