The Kentucky Autism Training Center is committed to improving the quality of life for Kentuckians affected by Autism Spectrum Disorder. We do this by bridging research to practice through training and collaboration.
The Kentucky Autism Training Center provides the Autism and First Responders training as approved by the Kentucky Board of Emergency Medical Services (KBEMS).
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The Yellow Dot Program alerts first responders at crash scenes of critical medical information that could save a life. Participants in the program provide important medical information that could help emergency responders make split second decisions by placing the Yellow Dot decal in the lower-left corner on the driver-side rear window and the completed Yellow Dot personal information folder into the glove compartment of the vehicle. Yellow dot stickers and information folders are available at the Kentucky Autism Training Center. Contact us to get a packet.
Please allow at least 2 weeks for your Yellow Dots to be prepared for mailing. Yellow Dots are prepared in-house at the Kentucky Autism Training Center.
Do you need brochures to help promote autism awareness in your community? You can download and give away these free brochures to family, friends and community partners. Spanish brochures are also available. Learn more
Kentucky's Family Guide to Autism Spectrum Disorder's is a comprehensive guide that was developed by parents, professionals and individuals with ASD to answer questions about ASD and provide resource information for families. Learn more
The Kentucky Autism Services and Supports directory contains a listing of service providers, and available resources in Kentucky for individuals with ASD and the families and professionals that support them.
KATC provides easy access to accurate, evidence based information through free webinar trainings available to you 24 hours a day online. Learn more
Currently, there are over fifty Autism Spectrum Disorders Related Support Groups in Kentucky. You can locate a support group near you here in the ASD Service Directory. Under type of service select "Parent to Parent" for a list of support groups. You can also submit a request to add an autism related support group to the list.