Community Autism Resources

UPDATED: February 16, 2021

Community Autism Resources (CAR) provides assistance to over 3,500 families within the southeast region of Massachusetts. This has been accomplished through a variety of programs, which offer both direct and indirect support services. We promote the acceptance and appreciation of the individual skills and gifts persons with ASD possess and have taken up the challenge, with families and professionals, to actualize these ideals. Our family-focused
support services connect individuals and their families to area resources; we offer assistance to local Parent Support Groups; and provide a variety of family programs. We offer a Parent retreat..."Reflecting on the Journey”, which we co-facilitate with Barry Prizant, PhD., CCC-SLP and Elaine Meyer, Ph.D. Additional services: One -to- One Clinic Consultation; workshops; the Monday Morning Message – an e-based weekly update; a lending library; the development & distribution of information packets; and a website to further disseminate information. We have also
a variety of sensory and social programs for individuals with ASD. In September 2016, we launched a
three-year Certificate Program for adults with ASD in conjunction with Bristol Community College.

  • Languages:
  • English
  • Haitian Creole
  • Portuguese
  • Spanish
  • Insurances Accepted:
  • No Cost
  • N/A


33 James Reynolds Rd. Unit C
Swansea, MA 02777
United States



(508) 379-0371



Barbara Domingue

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