ICare4Autism Academy, in partnership with a consortium of leading universities will provide advanced autism education to physicians, educators and therapists, expanding the range of globally available treatment options and helping to raise standards of therapeutic practice.

  • Continuing education programs for pediatricians, social workers and school officials, informed by the latest advances in research, will foster early detection and intervention.
  • Global reach will be achieved through ongoing residency programs and the use of real-time distance learning. Specialized advanced degrees in the various Autism disciplines.
  • Multi-disciplinary integrated training for therapists will encompass therapeutic techniques grounded in music, art, horseback riding, yoga and various other fields of alternative medicine.
  • Educators will be able to unobtrusively observe students at the Center’s ICare4Autism Model School in varied settings, allowing them to assess problems and create novel and successful interventions.

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