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    About Us

    Project Rex is a treatment initiative dedicated to providing services to children on the autism spectrum and their families. The program is affiliated with the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) in Charleston, SC.

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SPARK Autism Research Study at USC

SPARK at the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) and USC Early Social Development Lab have partnered together to put on an Autism Research and Resource Fair! This free event will include research study opportunities (available from 9am-1pm) for children with ASD and their families, toilet training, communication, and social skills workshops, and tables from local

The 2020 Lowcountry Mental Health Conference

The Lowcountry Mental Health Conference will be taking place July 30-31, 2020 in Charleston, SC. Break-Out Sessions Offered in 2020 Break-out sessions this summer, giving you more choices than ever before!! The conference lunch time will be two hours long so up to five break-out sessions per day may be offered in the Gaillard Salon

Transition Fair to be held February 22nd

The 5th annual Transition Fair will be held at the College of Charleston – North Campus on February 22nd, 2020 from 9:00 am – 12:00 pm. We hope that you will attend this amazing opportunity for families and caregivers to learn more about the myriad and diverse services available to students with special needs. Employers, information

Autism & Healthy Sleep Event January 25th

The “Traveling The Spectrum” support group is sponsoring an event on healthy sleep habits at the Main Library Saturday January 25th at 2PM. The event is free and open to individuals on the spectrum, their family members, professionals, and interested community members. There will be adult mentors on the spectrum available to share sleep strategies

Hockey Fundraiser for HOPE Fund

MUSC has partnered with the South Carolina Stingrays to bring you a Hockey for Mental Health event at the January 3rd Stringrays game with the Florida Everblades! For every ticket purchased through this promotion, $3 will go to the MUSC Department of Psychiatry’s HOPE Fund. The HOPE Fund provides monetary assistance to patients experiencing financial

School-Age Group (Ages 6-10) Begins February 4th. Register Now!

Project Rex School-Age Group (ages 6-10) will be meeting Tuesdays from 2-3PM beginning February 4th and continuing through March 24th. This 8-week group is designed to enhance social skills of children with high-functioning ASD and ADHD. Diagnosis is not required for participation. Social skills are introduced through social stories and include greetings, conversation skills, types