Clinical Education Complex: Kelly Autism Program
104 14th Street
Bowling Green, Kentucky 42101
Hours: Office Hours: M-F 8:30-4:430; Study Tables for young students: 3-4:30; Study Tables for college students: Begin at 5
Service Description: The Kelly Autism Program addresses the goals of WKU in a number of ways including: public service, teaching, and research. As both a training and community service program, KAP provides participants enhanced quality of life, independence and self-advocacy opportunities. The ultimate service goal is to encourage self-advocacy for adolescents and young adults as they mature into productive citizens within the community.
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