For more information on assessment services, please contact 989-774-3904
For more information on treatment services, please contact 989-774-2529
The Central Autism Assessment & Treatment (CAAT) Center is a multidisciplinary student training center that provides comprehensive, evidence-based assessment and treatment for children and adolescents with autism spectrum disorders.
The multidisciplinary assessment team is comprised of a board certified pediatrician, speech and language pathologist, licensed psychologist, and advanced graduate students.
Graduate and Undergraduate students in the BCBA and the BCaBA Approved Course Sequence participate in the Treatment Center. Students receive supervised training from a doctoral-level board certified behavior analysts (BCBA-Ds) and a Master's level board certified behavior analyst (BCBA) to provide high quality behavioral intervention services to children in mid-and northern-Michigan.
Central Michigan University’s Central Autism Assessment & Treatment Center is funded in part by the Michigan Department of Community Health through the Michigan Legislature.