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The Kentucky Autism Training Center (KATC) is committed to giving professionals access to the information and resources by providing an up-to-date and comprehensive website. We understand that the amount of information available on the web regarding autism spectrum disorders can be overwhelming. The purpose of this page it to give you a road map to steer you in the direction towards information that is evidence based.

AIM ModulesProfessional Development Opportunities

The KATC offers professional development opportunities to those seeing to gain more knowledge about autism spectrum disorders.



Autism CadreBuilding Statewide Capacity through the Autism Cadre

A Partnership Between the Kentucky Autism Training Center, Kentucky Department of Education, Special Education Cooperatives and Local School Districts




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Additional Resources:



View over fifty free online training resources now on your computer at a time that is convenient for you.



Download, print and share these brochures with other professionals, families and people in your community to spread the word about autism awareness.



Read insightful information based on evidenced based practice that is shared in the quarterly published e-newsletter.


Amanda L. King Library

The Amanda L. King Resource Library is a collection of materials pertaining to Autism Spectrum Disorders available for checkout to families and professionals.  The Resource Library contains hundreds of print, electronic and video materials that can be mailed to patrons anywhere across the state of Kentucky.


Workshop Handouts

Review and download copies of handouts from our past workshops and conferences.


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