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The Virginia Tech Autism Clinic in the Psychology Department of Virginia Tech, opened in the Fall of 2005 to provide clinical services to individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders and their families in the surrounding New River Valley. Our vision for this facility began in the Fall of 2004, as the Virginia Tech Autism Research Group met to discuss the available services for children with Autism Spectrum Disorders in the New River Valley, a largely rural area. Through an extensive survey assessing existing services throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia, it was brought to the attention of the group that many parents were concerned about both the availability and quality of services they were receiving. We invite you to explore our website and contact us with any questions or concerns.
- Dr. Angela Scarpa, VTAC Founder & Co-Director and
Dr. Susan White, VTAC Co-Director
Dr. Angela Scarpa and Dr. Susan White, Co-Directors of VTAC
With this approach, the Virginia Tech Autism Clinic seeks to provide cutting edge clinical services based on evidence-based treatment strategies, to increase knowledge and awareness about autism among the professional community and general public, and to conduct quality research.
A big thank you to all who were able to attend our first annual outreach conference! Presentations will be posted soon!
Please join us for our Adults with ASD support group. We meet 3rd Monday of each month from 6:30pm-8pm at the Child Study Center (460 Turner St. Suite 207, Blacksburg, VA 24060). Families also welcome to attend!
For more info, contact: Caitlin Conner (firstname.lastname@example.org)
VTCAR (founded in 2012) is our research center partner. Please check out our Research page for more information!
VTAC seeks to provide cutting edge clinical services, increase knowledge and awareness, and to conduct quality research.
Virginia Tech Autism Clinic
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