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Center for Autism

CONNECTING BAYLOR TO THE COMMUNITY

Welcome to the Baylor Autism Resource Clinic for Central Texas. The clinic was opened in January 2008 thanks to a grant from the Waco Foundation and support from Baylor University. Dr. Julie Ivey-Hatz, a professor at Baylor, is the director of the clinic.

Autism Camp 2The clinicserves Waco and the surrounding community. The clinic currently offers Social Circle groups aimed at improving social skills of children and teenagers that have ASD, provides resources to the community and disseminates information about research. As the clinic continues to grow, more services hope to be offered. Please see the tabs on the right for more information.


Baylor Autism Resource Clinic Informational Video

The BARC recently released an informational video to share with those who would like to learn more about us! We had a wonderful videographer who did such a great job at capturing the essence of the center and we greatly appreciate the time, effort, and quality he put into this project. Please click on the link below! Courtesy of Brennan Lane.

https://vimeo.com/65282871