Autism Collaborative Centers of Excellence

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The Autism Collaborative Centers of Excellence (ACCE) regional hub on Hope’s Children’s Campus is designed to connect people with autism spectrum disorders, along with their families, with services and support systems in the region.  

A partnership between Hope and the AllOne Foundation, a Wilkes-Barre based non-profit organization working to enhance the healthcare delivery system in northeastern and northcentral Pennsylvania, the center is one of five Autism Collaborative Centers of Excellence serving a 13-county region in northeastern and northcentral Pennsylvania.

The centers function as regional hubs that identify and address gaps in the existing service delivery network for people with autism spectrum disorder and their families. They also collect and report data to the executive Autism Collaborative Centers of Excellence hub in Scranton.

For more information about the Autism Collaborative Center of Excellence on Hope’s Children’s Campus, contact Emily Camerer, community resource coordinator, at 570-772-2491.

Visit the Autism Collaborative Center of Excellence website https://www.alloneforautism.org/acce-hubs/index.html.