Annually, NFAR provides funding for the research and development of programs that help children with autism. Programs range from early identification and treatment of autism spectrum disorder to preparation for a smooth transition into adulthood.
NFAR Funds CARD’s Create Opportunities to Meet Peers and Advance Social Skills study.
Last month, NFAR awarded a Community Project Grant to the Center for Autism and Related Disorders (CARD) research and development department to fund their Creating Opportunities to Meet Peers and Advance Social Skills (COMPASS) study.
NFAR Awards Funding for Crimson’s Research & Treatment Center “Lose the Training Wheels” Bike Camp & Study
Did the cover story of this month’s issue of San Diego Family Magazine featuring the best family-friendly bike paths in San Diego make you wish you could ride bikes as a family?
Positive Action Community Theatre (PACT) is offering two 8-week workshop series for individuals with disabilities PACT workshops are designed to raise self-esteem and develop creative talents for children, teens and adults. Supported in part by a NFAR grant, the fall session includes Teen/Adult Inclusive Theatre and Teen/Adult Inclusive Dance (Salsa, Country, Hip Hop, more) workshops
The Center for Autism Research, Evaluation and Service Foundation (CARES) is currently accepting adolescents ages 13-17 for the next “PEERS” social skills intervention session.