The University of Toledo has a wide range of programs and supports for families and individuals touched by autism:
The Center for Excellence in Autism (CFEA) provides many services that emphasize the dynamic needs of adolescents and adults with ASD including assessment and evaluation, individual and family therapy, skill-building groups, pre-vocational and transition services, community-based services, and the Adolescent Girl’s and Women’s Wellness Initiative.
The Perceptual Motor Development (PMD) program is a unique community service offered by the Kinesiotherapy Rehabilitation and Research Center at the University of Toledo. The program is designed for children and youth with special needs from 12 months through 18 years. Children referred to the center are identified as having physical, cognitive, emotional or social difficulties.
The Speech-Language Hearing Clinic offers a full range of services for the evaluation and treatment of communication and hearing disorders and language-based learning problems.