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Scott Center Receives $16K Donation Through New York Jets Raffle
Hosted by the New York Jets Foundation, the raffle was presented by Florida Tech, which is an official Jets education and STEM partner.
Florida Tech to Host Seminar on Organizational Behavior Analysis
Florida Institute of Technology’s Behavior Analysis Student Association, in coordination with the School of Behavior Analysis, will host, “OBM in Practice: Improving Staff Performance in Human Service Settings,” from 9 a.m. to 4:15 p.m. Friday, Feb. 13 in the Hartley Room at the Denius Student Center on Florida Tech’s Melbourne campus.
Surviving-and Enjoying-the Holidays
Advice from Florida Tech’s Scott Center for Autism Treatment MELBOURNE, FLA. — Already fraught with potential social and emotional challenges, the holiday season can be even more daunting for families with children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Alison Betz, a board-certified behavior analyst and a faculty supervisor at Florida Institute of Technology’s Scott Center for […]
Scott Center for Autism Treatment to Hold Vero Beach Open House Dec. 11
MELBOURNE, FLA. — The Vero Beach location of Florida Institute of Technology’s Scott Center for Autism Treatment is holding an open house from 4:30-6:30 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 11 at Sunshine Physical Therapy Center, 1705 17th Ave. This Indian River County location of the Melbourne-based center offers several vital community services, including: • Autism diagnostics • […]
Scott Center to Mark 5th Anniversary
Crafts, Food, Screenings at Free Open House Oct. 4 MELBOURNE, FLA. — Florida Institute of Technology’s Scott Center for Autism Treatment turns 5-years-old this year and is holding a celebration Oct. 4 that will feature food, crafts from Foosaner Art Museum, a bounce house and a host of health pre-screenings for children and adults. The […]
Scott Center Convenes Weekly Discussion Groups
Starting Sept. 11, Free, Hour-Long Sessions to Focus on Adult Social Skills MELBOURNE, FLA. — Community members age 18-28 with Autism Spectrum Disorders, learning differences or other social or communication challenges are invited to attend Get in the Game, the weekly group sessions sponsored by Florida Institute of Technology’s Scott Center for Autism Treatment. The […]