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Support the Clinic

Ways to Give

The Clinic for Autism Research, Evaluation and Support provides assessment services, educational services, and leisure services for individuals with autism spectrum disorders and their families. Donations are accepted through the University Advancement office through any of the funds listed below.  Click on the donate button, search for a keyword from a fund below (example "CARES"), and follow the directions. Please contact  University Advancement for assistance or CARES at 512.245.7892.

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Supporting Gifts

James A. "Buddy" Davidson CARES Scholarship Endowment
William Edman of Houston, Texas

The Garner Family of Buda, Texas

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             H. L. & Mary C. Schulle Excellence Fund
David and Ruth Wendel
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Grant Funding

William Edman of Houston Texas
 

 

The Henry L. and Mary C. Schulle Excellence Fund is “to support research, administration, operations and professional preparation in the areas of special education, school psychology, communication disorders (speech and hearing), professional counseling, exercise science and related fields with a preference for the subsequent benefit to individuals diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders (ASD).”


The James A. “Buddy” Davidson CARES Scholarship Endowment awards one annual scholarship to a family in need to enable them to access services provided by CARES.


CARES Autism Clinic – Program Enhancement provides funding to support the CARES assessment, educational treatment, and leisure services for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders and their families. This funding might support such components as the general operations of CARES, travel to homes, schools, and other agencies, assessment and educational materials, training and treatment technologies, graduate assistantships, and marketing.


CARES Autism Clinic – Research provides funding to support meaningful research related to Autism Spectrum Disorders that informs the field and potentially improves the quality of life for individuals with these disorders and their families.