A University and Community Resource Autism and Developmental Disabilities
At University of Houston-Clear Lake's Center for Autism and Developmental Disabilities, we play a crucial role both in teaching future leaders in the field while supporting families in the surrounding community. Our mission at the center is to support research on autism and developmental disabilities; train current and future professionals in the fields of behavior analysis, psychology, and marriage and family therapy; and provide services and resources to children, teens, adults and their families through partnerships with community organizations. To learn more about our various programs, click on the program names in the blue boxes on the left column of this page!
Tailoring the Treatment
A caring staff of therapists, graduate students and volunteers at UHCL's Center for Autism and Developmental Disabilities see more than 100 families a year who struggle with behavioral aspects of autism or other developmental disabilities. A staff member will first assess the child, teen, or adult to identify causes for the difficulties, and then tailor a treatment plan for each individual to encourage more appropriate, successful behavior. As a significant component of each treatment, we also teach parents or teachers how to implement these new behavioral strategies.
- To support research on autism and developmental disabilities
- To train current and future professionals
- To provide services to children, teens, adults and their families through partnerships with community organizations
Scheduling an Appointment
To schedule an appointment, please complete our initial questionnaire. You may return it to the program that is most appropriate for your family (below) or to email@example.com if you are unsure or would like services from more than one program.