The FSU Autism Institute was established to coordinate and promote research, education and service related to autism spectrum disorders. The specific aims of the Autism Institute are:
Someday your doctor may be able to examine your infant, notice a telltale physical characteristic and say, “Your child has autism – but we’ve caught it early, so don’t worry.”
The Autism Institute at the Florida State University College of Medicine is part of a new $8.3 million study to measure risk and resilience factors for autism in infants and toddlers.
April is Autism Awareness Month and we are pleased to announce the launch of Autism Florida: Your First Source for Autism Information for citizens of Florida. Autism Florida is a statewide website to serve as a centralized point of entry to information on autism in Florida to help families, individuals with autism spectrum disorders (ASD), and professionals who serve them.