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The mission of University of Nevada, Las Vegas Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders (UNLV CASD) is to conduct community-focused research and educational training on individuals with autism spectrum disorders (ASD), their families, and community service providers in Southern Nevada. The goal of UNLV CASD is to be a nationally recognized leader in the field of ASD through high quality research and training.

Download the UNLV CASD Brochure in PDF format.

Interested in Volunteering this Summer?

Camp I Am and Camp TLC are two camps that are sponsored by the Torino Foundation. These camps need life guards and volunteer counselors to help at the site’s serene mountain setting.
Special training is provided for counselors by the UNLV Center for Autism. Prior experience not necessary, just willingness to have fun with kids!

• Camp I Am: July 10 - July 13
• Camp TLC: July 31 - Aug. 3

Time: Commitment is for all four days of a camp session.

Other info:
Volunteers stay/sleep on site in cabins, meals provided.

UNLV CASD Autism Spectrum Resource Guide

We are pleased to announce that the 5th edition of the UNLV CASD Autism Spectrum Resource Guide is now available! Please contact the CASD to request a hard copy.

Thanks to the generous support of our sponsors: FEAT of Southern Nevada, Peoples Autism, the Torino Foundation and Sport-Social.

A PDF copy of the guide is available to all members of our community.

The Spanish Link is below and the new version of the English guide is available for download at the bottom of this page.

If you or your organization would like copies of the guide, please contact us at 702-895-5836 or email us at autism1@unlv.nevada.edu.