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  • Register Now for Fall 2021 Piece It Together Youth Wellness Program

    Registration is open for the Fall 2021 virtual Piece it Together program. Piece It Together is for youth with ASD or mild neurodevelopmental special health care needs ages 10 and over. This is a [...]

  • Sensory Space Makeover Contest

    The M.O.R.G.A.N Project (located in Melbourne, FL) is celebrating their 20th anniversary. For their 20th year, they are offering 20 Sensory Space Makeovers (valued at $500) to 20 families around the country! If you qualify [...]

  • MUSC SPARK Autism Genetic Research Study in Myrtle Beach October 9th

    Join the Medical University of South Carolina and SOS Care to learn about and enroll in SPARK, a free research study with a simple mission: to speed up research and advance our understanding of [...]

  • In person Fall Rex Groups will begin in September!

    The next session of in-person Project Rex groups is scheduled to begin in September. However, please be aware that this may change due to COVID-19 prevalence and public health needs. Should in-person groups not [...]

  • SPARK Genetic Research Collection Event July 17th

    On Saturday July 17th, the Medical University of South Carolina and Sea Island Pediatrics in Beaufort will be be conducting a saliva collection event in support of the SPARK autism research project. SPARK is [...]

Sensory Space Makeover Contest

The M.O.R.G.A.N Project (located in Melbourne, FL) is celebrating their 20th anniversary. For their 20th year, they are offering 20 Sensory Space Makeovers (valued at $500) to 20 families around the country! If you qualify [...]

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Offering hope for children with autism spectrum disorders.

Project Rex is a treatment initiative dedicated to providing services to children with high functioning autism, ADHD, social anxiety, and those struggling socially who may not have a specific diagnosis. We offer individual and group treatment as well as medication management when needed. The program is affiliated with the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) in Charleston, SC

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