When I came to work at the Center for Autism and Related Disorders (CARD) in August of 2005, I was given a number of “projects” to work on, one of which was the CARD Curriculum (as it was called at the time). The CARD Curriculum had been in development for many years before I came along but was nowhere near done. At first the project wasn’t my main priority, as I had other projects, until one day that all changed.
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- How Cool Are These? We Found 6 Awesome Gadgets for Parents of Children with Special Needs!
- Holly Robinson Peete Opens Up on Autism Live About Motherhood, the Teen Years and the Future of Autism
- CARD to Host Free Colorado Conference to Provide Treatment Solutions to Families Affected by Autism
- CARD Partners with AutismUp to Help Rochester Parents Gain Access to Autism Insurance Coverage