Parents and Caregivers
The Scott Center for Autism Treatment specializes in working with children with autism and other related disorders by implementing procedures based on the science of Applied Behavior Analysis. We have experts in the areas of the assessment and treatment of challenging behaviors, early intervention, intensive toilet training, pediatric feeding, and parent and teacher training.
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Researchers and Medical Professionals
The Florida Tech campus is the ideal location for the Scott Center because it integrates an academic component into the facility’s activities. Professional training for FIT undergraduates and graduate students also takes place at the Scott Center ensuring a cadre of future professionals who are committed and prepared to improve the quality of life of children with autism.
Prospective Students & Interns
The clinic at the Scott Center for Autism Treatment is an integrated service, research, and training component of Florida Tech's School of Psychology for the Applied Behavior Analysis and Clinical graduate programs. Through practical training at the clinic, graduate students receive state–of-the-art training and supervision from doctoral level faculty.
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About The Scott Center
We provide comprehensive care to families of children with ASD that combines scientific, evidence-based methods in applied behavior analysis (ABA) with an empathetic, client-centered approach.
Since 2009, the Scott Center has helped hundreds of families learn to overcome many of the behaviors associated with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). The clinic is dedicated to applying research and high quality treatment and training to improve the function and quality of life of children with ASD and related disabilities in Central Florida.