Center Helps Autistic Community
Feb. 16, 2016
Jason Baker, assistant professor of child & adolescent studies, is co-director of the Center for Autism.
A team of experienced faculty and enthusiastic students lies at the heart of Cal State Fullerton’s Center for Autism, tapping into a network of community services and advocates to provide a resource for children and adults diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) in Orange County and the Inland Empire.
“One aspect that makes our center unique is that our three co-directors come from backgrounds in education, clinical psychology and developmental psychology. These three perspectives complement each other well, and we are each very passionate about our areas of interest and about applying our expertise to help individuals with ASD and their families,” said Jason Baker, assistant professor of child and adolescent studies and one of the co-directors of the center.
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