For questions regarding a SARRC program, service or research project, contact us today: Call (602) 340-8717
SARRC is here to help
SARRC’s programs are grounded in applied behavior analysis (ABA) with a focus on naturalistic teaching in inclusive environments, including home, school, on the job, or in the community. SARRC provides support through children’s services, teen and adult services, diagnostic services, family and community services, and ongoing research studies.
Each of SARRC’s services are guided by best practice models and the most currently available science to increase independence and produce meaningful outcomes for the children, teens, adults and families we serve.
“I don’t know what we could have done without SARRC, giving us the resources and confidence has been such a game-changer for us.”
“I learned how to work with others, job search, take the bus, how to dress up for an interview and present myself… so that I can gain a job, earn a paycheck and learn to live on my own. SARRC is that hope we need to make it through and live independently.”
“If you choose SARRC, your journey has already begun, and you will find the support that you’re going to need to help make your child’s life a success.”
“They are there with you the whole time, SARRC helped us in the beginning, and they keep helping us. I can’t thank them enough for growing with us.”
“It means so much to have someone understand what you’re going through and why your brain works the way it does. Just having SARRC there to listen to what you have to say — it seems so easy for someone to do, but really ... it means so much.”
“The first paycheck I got made me really proud of myself. The advice I would give, is hire people with autism.”
“We implement the tools and training we receive from SARRC every day and in multiple ways. Ethan works best with consistency, so we have found that with SARRC’s help we have our biggest breakthroughs and most sustained progress when we are able to reinforce what Ethan learns in Community School or in one-on-one training at home.”
“Before our trip to SARRC, I didn’t know how to parent him. I had no idea. They taught me how to be what he needed, and the things he can do now, that he could do after just one week, are amazing.”
“Within a few months of working with SARRC, we could see huge changes in our whole family. We learned how to relate to our amazing little boy, how to play with him, communicate, and a chance to understand his strengths, and meet his needs without the constant struggle and frustration we had been experiencing [previously].”
“When we started in SARRC’s JumpStart program, we began working on eye contact right away. That was our first step. And to see him now, the greatest thing SARRC has given our son is the ability to be happy.”
SARRC's Family Resource Team is here to help:
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