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SARRC’s New Mesa Campus: Coming January 2025!

In early 2025, Southwest Autism Research & Resource Center (SARRC) will open its fifth campus located at Power and McKellips roads in Mesa, Arizona. The new Kathryn G. Bosco Campus aligns with SARRC’s Strategic Plan to operate nine “brick-and-mortar” campuses across the state by 2030. SARRC’s new Mesa campus will house a fourth Community School, an inclusive preschool program for children 15 months-5 years, as well as space for the nonprofit’s Comprehensive Behavioral Program.

Start Today: Explore the List of Available SARRC Services Below!

JumpStart (ages 18 months – 7 years old): Enrolling Now

JumpStart® is designed for families of young children waiting for a diagnostic evaluation or report, and those who have been recently diagnosed or are at risk for ASD. This is a six-week, entry-level program that provides information, support, training, and tools that parents and caregivers will need to navigate autism today and tomorrow. Parents will receive one-on-one coaching and learn strategies to immediately address their child’s social communication skills. There is no cost to participate. Note that a $25 nonrefundable application fee applies. Disponible en Español.

Comprehensive Behavioral Program (Ages 0-14): Enrolling Now

SARRC’s Comprehensive Behavioral Program provides intensive, ABA-based programming across environments to meet the needs of children up to age 14 with ASD and their families. Treatment is primarily implemented in the home and in the community and is often coordinated with a student’s school. Families receive weekly 1:1 intervention sessions, regular caregiver training sessions, and program management and supervision from a BCBA. Goals are developed in coordination with the family and focus on increasing socially significant behaviors and highlighting each child’s strengths.

Community School (Ages 15 months-5 years): Interest List Forming Now

SARRC’s Community School is an inclusive preschool program that provides intensive, ABA-based programming for children with ASD and high-quality early childhood education for typically developing children. All children receive the benefits of highly trained SARRC therapists with a 4:1 student-to-teacher ratio; a play-based, developmentally appropriate curriculum that is aligned with state education standards; and a language-enriched environment structured to specifically improve meaningful engagement and social communication. Children with ASD also receive 1:1 intervention in the classroom, parent-training sessions conducted in the family’s home and the community, and program supervision from a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. After-school care is available for typically developing children.

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Para hablar con alguien en Español llame al 480.887.0784 o en línea.


Established in 1997, Southwest Autism Research & Resource Center (SARRC) is an internationally recognized nonprofit that conducts innovative research, provides evidence-based practices, disseminates effective training and builds inclusive communities for individuals with autism and their families. SARRC is dedicated to autism research, education, evidence-based treatment, and community outreach. Additionally, SARRC is one of the only autism organizations in the world that provides a lifetime of services for individuals and their families while also conducting cutting-edge research.