Offering hope for children ages 6 and up with social communication deficits.

Project Rex is a treatment initiative dedicated to providing services to children with Level 1 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. We do not offer Neuropsych testing, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Speech, ABA, or Functional Behavioral Assesments nor do we assist with 504 plans or Individualized Education Programs. Project Rex is affiliated with the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) in Charleston, SC

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  • SPARK in the PARK Autism Resource Festival Coming March 16th

    The MUSC SPARK Team and Goose Creek Therapeutic Recreation will be hosting SPARK in the Park, an Autism Resource Festival at Central Creek Park in Goose Creek on Saturday, March 16th from 11AM-1PM. Individuals [...]

  • SPARK Autism Research Event in North Charleston January 15th

    Join MUSC at SOS Care in North Charleston on Monday January 15th to learn about and enroll in SPARK: a community of families, autistic adults, and researchers working together to better understand what makes [...]

  • Building Bridges of Friendship: Best Buddies Matchmaking Event at Project Rex

    In the spirit of fostering inclusivity and friendship, MUSC Project Rex is set to host an exciting Best Buddies matchmaking event on December 8th. Best Buddies International is dedicated to creating a global volunteer [...]

  • Brandon Roberts sits down with ANN

    Berkeley Independent managing editor Brandon Roberts, right, was interviewed recently at Central Creek Park in Goose Creek by Autism News NetWORK editor and producer Kristina Blake. Blake asked Roberts questions about his career as [...]

  • Introducing The Penguin Study

    The Penguin study, which is a pediatric autism spectrum disorder (ASD) clinical study, is currently enrolling children ages 5 to 17. The purpose of the study is to evaluate an investigational drug to determine [...]

Brandon Roberts sits down with ANN

Berkeley Independent managing editor Brandon Roberts, right, was interviewed recently at Central Creek Park in Goose Creek by Autism News NetWORK editor and producer Kristina Blake. Blake asked Roberts questions about his career as [...]

Introducing The Penguin Study

The Penguin study, which is a pediatric autism spectrum disorder (ASD) clinical study, is currently enrolling children ages 5 to 17. The purpose of the study is to evaluate an investigational drug to determine [...]

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