The Autism Consortium of Texas (ACT) LEND seeks to train graduate students, family members, and self-advocates in culturally informed diagnosis, support, and advocacy for children with autism spectrum disorder and other developmental disabilities throughout the Capital Region and Central Texas.

The 9-month training opportunity includes coursework, seminars, research and presentation opportunities, mentorship, hands-on experiences in clinical or community-based settings. Stipends are available for long-term trainees.

Applications for 2022-2023 will be available in Spring 2022. Stay tuned to the Apply for ACT LEND page for updates. 

If you have further questions, please contact ACT LEND Director, Dr. Sandy Magaña or Administrative Program Coordinator, Kate (Fitzpatrick) Thompson at: