Autism affects as many as 2.5% of Georgia’s children.
Many of these children have the chance to live successful lives if proper intervention and education are available. Unfortunately, resources available in rural Georgia (and specifically South Georgia) are limited.
About Behavioral Pediatrics Resource Center
The Behavioral Pediatrics Resource Center was started in 2018 to try to improve resource availability and opportunities for education. We focus on children with autism spectrum disorder, ADHD and/or anxiety in rural Georgia.
The Behavioral Pediatric Resource Center has a clear mission: to educate and raise awareness about autism, ADHD, and anxiety through outreach, training programs, and online resources to provide valuable information and support.
The vision of the Behavioral Pediatric Resource Center is to grow opportunity, awareness, and acceptance for those who are challenge by autism, ADHD and anxiety.
Behavioral Pediatrics Resource Center Inc is a nonprofit charity created to serve children with autism spectrum disorder, ADHD or anxiety. Its goal is to minimize the impact of these diagnoses. The Resource Center hosts trainings, support groups and workshops to empower parents, teachers and other caregivers.
Think your organization could benefit from autism awareness training? Contact us know to see how you can get training from Behavioral Pediatrics Resource Center: