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  • TODAY: An Afternoon of Comedy with Asperger’s Are Us

    The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) Office of Autism Research Coordination (OARC) is hosting their annual special event to recognize National Autism Awareness Month. This year's event features Asperger’s Are Us, the first [...]

  • The University of Notre Dame Supporting Parent-Adolescent Relationships and Communication (SPARC, for short) is seeking participants for its virtual program. While parents and typically developing siblings of kids with disabilities face additional stress and [...]

  • The Carolinas CAN Ruck for Autism

    Slappy, the 25-lb slamball, will be traveling with his carrier Richard Sexton for 750 miles across the Carolinas in 30 days. WHY? To raise funds for our friend at Champion Autism Network, an organization committed [...]

  • Tomorrow: Private teen hangout with Zane Gregory

    Prior Project Rex participant Zane Gregory, who is 14 years old, and his mother Sheila would like to extend an invitation for up to 10 teens (space is limited for COVID precautions) to hang out [...]

  • Writing and Autism

    Some individuals who have Autism struggle with writing. This makes sense, since writing is in an extension of speaking. Putting words on paper and forming sentences and then paragraphs can be daunting. Often times, the [...]

TODAY: An Afternoon of Comedy with Asperger’s Are Us

The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) Office of Autism Research Coordination (OARC) is hosting their annual special event to recognize National Autism Awareness Month. This year's event features Asperger’s Are Us, the first [...]

The University of Notre Dame Supporting Parent-Adolescent Relationships and Communication (SPARC, for short) is seeking participants for its virtual program. While parents and typically developing siblings of kids with disabilities face additional stress and [...]

The Carolinas CAN Ruck for Autism

Slappy, the 25-lb slamball, will be traveling with his carrier Richard Sexton for 750 miles across the Carolinas in 30 days. WHY? To raise funds for our friend at Champion Autism Network, an organization committed [...]

Writing and Autism

Some individuals who have Autism struggle with writing. This makes sense, since writing is in an extension of speaking. Putting words on paper and forming sentences and then paragraphs can be daunting. Often times, the [...]

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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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