1. CAR Autism Roadmap
Learn about ASD from infancy through adulthood, including symptoms, diagnosis, impact on families and individuals, education, legal, financial, and insurance considerations.
2. CAR's "Next Steps"
A workshop geared towards parents and caregivers of young children who have recently been diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). The Next Steps for Families workshop will include an overview of ASD and other conditions which commonly occur alongside autism.
3. Enroll in a CAR Study
Advances in understanding autism and related disorders are only possible as a direct result of the participation of individuals and families. Finding study participants is one of the greatest challenge's researchers face. Simply put – scientists cannot make real progress without your help.
4. CAR's e-Newsletter
Sign up to stay in touch with updates on current events in autism research, workshops, and upcoming events.
5. CAR's Blog
An inside peek into CAR's work and expert commentary on current issues in autism research and clinical care.
6. CAR's ECHO Autism Clinic
ECHO allows professionals to increase their confidence in identifying and treating autism and expand their knowledge about treatments and solutions. Get expert autism specialist knowledge in a virtual learning network with The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia providers, including a developmental pediatrician, child psychologist, social worker, parent advocate/educator.
7. CHOP's Autism Integrated Care Program
This program evaluates more than 300 new patients for autism spectrum disorder (ASD) each year.
8. CAR's Outreach Team
Whether you're trying to find IEP resources for your school-aged child, find research for your adolescent to participate in, or want to take the entire family to an ASD-friendly event, the Outreach Team will be able to connect you to the resources you need.
9. CAR Events
Visit to see upcoming special events and lectures hosted by CAR.
10. CAR's 10th Anniversary Report
Ten years ago, a neuropsychologist in New Haven and a developmental pediatrician in Philadelphia joined forces to accept one of the most rewarding challenges of their careers: to build from scratch a world-class autism research center that would be a beacon for the field.