Services and Support

Services across a lifetime

A critical part of SARRC's mission is to assist families in their journey once their child has been diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) through adulthood. SARRC designs autism programs and services based on best-practice models specifically for individuals with ASD or for those who impact their life, including parents, educators, therapists, and habilitators. Our programs and services fall under three categories: clinical, school-based and employment-based.

SARRC's Clinical Approach

Our clinical programs rely on evidence-based practices and intervention characteristics. They include a framework of core intervention components that span across programs. These include applied behavior analysis (ABA); pivotal response teaching (PRT); early intervention; parent education and training; services and programs implemented across the lifespan; and capacity-building methods that support children with ASD in inclusive, natural environments such as home, school, and the greater community. Our goal is to develop a comprehensive, integrated model by building excellence into each of our programs. Building excellence implies relying on evidence-based interventions and collecting data to drive our decision making.

View Services for Children (up to age 14)

  • Comprehensive Behavioral Program
  • JumpStart®
  • Community School 
  • Milestones
  • Free Family Orientation 
  • Parent Training Program (1 week and 12-week)
  • Diagnostic Services

View Services for Teens and Adults (14+)

  • Employment Services
  • Individualized Services for Teens and Adults
  • CommunityWorks
  • First Place Transition Academy operated by SARRC
  • PEERS Program
  • Diagnostic Services

Contact Us

For more information about our programs or services for any age, please contact us at 602.606.9806 or contact us by email.