MSU’s Autism and Developmental Disabilities Clinic provides variety of services to children, young adults

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Daniel Gadke (Photo by Logan Kirkland)

Mississippi State’s Autism and Developmental Disabilities Clinic director is reminding the community of the variety of services offered by the outreach unit serving young children through emerging adults.


Director Daniel Gadke said the center works with up to 150 clients each semester. While also supporting the campus Autism Liaisons program.

All ADDC services are provided on a sliding scale based on family income. The clinic receives grant support from the Mississippi Council for Developmental Disabilities and the Mississippi Department of Health and Human Services, as well as funding through private donations.

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Currently, the ADDC provides four types of services, including:

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Gadke said the ADDC mission is to provide high quality services to the community, train future professionals and engage in research to enhance the field. To learn more, visit


Tuesday, February 4, 2020 - 9:34 am