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Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders News

Current Autism Spectrum Disorders News

People | January 10, 2013

On the court, UNLV alum Coach Dave Rice is rooting for the Runnin’ Rebels. Off the court, he’s championing another cause – autism awareness.

Campus News | December 11, 2012

Testing program made possible through donation from Dave Rice Foundation; available at low cost fee.

Research | November 30, 2009
Research explores the natural attraction that kids with autism have for computers.

Autism Spectrum Disorders In The News

KUNR
February 11, 2016

About 7,000 young people have been diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder in Nevada. While there is no cure, research shows Applied Behavior Analysis can help. But in the Silver State, there are less than 300 specialists certified to provide that type of one-on–one work.

KNPR News
April 15, 2015
April is nationally recognized as Autism Awareness month – a time when supporters and friends wear the color blue to draw attention to a disorder that effects an estimated 1 in 68 people.
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Recent Autism Spectrum Disorders Accomplishments

September 1, 2014
Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders announces a partnership with the University of Nevada School of Medicine. The purpose of the partnership is to bring more services to autistic children at a two-story center across from UNLV's main campus. The partnership received kudos from some of the local media.