“The Center for Autism Research at CHOP has a three-part mission: to develop effective interventions and supports through research, to serve the needs of autistic individuals and their family, and to train the next eave of clinicians and scientists.“— Center for Autism Research, CHOP
Specific Relevance to Neurodiversity:
The PASSAGE Program focuses on the transition to adulthood for autistic teens and young adults, ages 14-25. PASSAGE Program aims to support and better empower young people to achieve their goals and attain fulfilling levels of independence through rigorous research, field-leading clinical care, and accessible trainings and resources for autistic young people, their families, and care providers. The program’s overarching goal is to improve the quality of life of autistic adults and their families.
To learn more about PASSAGE Program at the Center for Autism Research, please contact: