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College Program (UA-ACTS)

University of Alabama

UPDATED: July 12, 2021

The guiding purpose of UA-ACTS is to facilitate a campus environment that promotes an enjoyable and successful college experience for students with ASD in preparation for their future endeavors.

The UA-ACTS program provides individualized services to help students develop appropriate skills for self-advocacy, daily living, and social interactions that will contribute to their success as an independent adult.

UA-ACTS seeks to provide support for the transition into a large, traditional university campus and to guide students towards achieving their goals for the future. Also, the program seeks to promote awareness and understanding of ASDs throughout the campus community through education, training, and collaborations with University programs, faculty, staff, and students.

  • Languages:
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Address:

Autism Spectrum Disorders Clinic The University of Alabama
Box 870161
Tuscaloosa, AL 35487
United States

Website:

autism-clinic.ua.edu

Phone:

(205) 348-9133

Email:

mjbenson@ua.edu

Contact:

Megan Davis

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