Realizing the increasing incidence of autism spectrum disorders, the Indiana Resource Center for Autism (IRCA) staff are actively engaged in work that leads to improved outcomes for individuals on the spectrum and their families. Specifically, our work is focused on goals around early detection and diagnosis, effective early childhood and school-age programs that utilize evidence-based practices, transition across grade levels and across stages of life, post-secondary opportunities, community employment and living options, family support, and other activities that lead to an improved quality of life. IRCA staff works in collaboration with other agencies and organizations to assist in achieving these outcomes by providing information and training on a variety of topics, strategies, and methods.
What We Do
The overall goals of the IRCA are to conduct outreach training and consultations, engage in research, and develop and disseminate information on behalf of individuals across the Autism Spectrum. The IRCA’s efforts focus on providing communities, organizations, agencies, and families with the knowledge and skills to support children and adults, of all ages, in typical early intervention, school, community, work, and home settings. We are university-based and part of Indiana University’s Indiana Institute on Disability and Community.
We Are Here For You
The staff of Indiana Resource Center for Autism (IRCA) are actively engaged in work that leads to improved outcomes for individuals with ASD and their families. The work of IRCA covers a wide range of activities focused on providing Indiana professionals, family members, community members, individuals on the autism spectrum, and others who are interested with the knowledge and skills to support children and adults in typical early intervention, school, community, work, post-secondary and home settings.