The Center for Autism and Developmental Disabilities is closed for at least 30 days as mandated by the Governor in response to the COVID19 issue and for the health and safety of our families. Patient visits will be rescheduled as soon as possible after the campus reopens.
Behind Every Child
With Special Needs Is
A Team That’s Special
Behind Every Child With Special Needs Is A Team That's Special
Early Intervention Is Key When Your Children Are Not Meeting Milestones
Your child deserves the opportunity to reach their potential. The Sharon Sigesmund Pierce and Stephen Pierce Center for Autism and Developmental Disabilities at Touro University Nevada is here to help with an evidence-based, team-centered approach.
“Meet Lisa Kunz, the Director of the Sharon Sigesmund Pierce & Stephen Pierce Center for Autism and Developmental Disabilities at Touro University Nevada. Lisa has worked at the Center since 2015. She grew up on a farm in Galloway, Ohio and later attended Mount Caramel School of Nursing. Lisa previously worked at HealthCare Partners Nevada (Director of Operations), University of Nevada School of Medicine (Director of Patient Billing), and OhioHealth.”
If you’re interested in having your child receive treatment at the Center for Autism and Developmental Disabilities, come visit us. Whether you have a question about our services or need help to start the process of getting on our waiting list, our staff is here to assist you.
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Light It Up Blue
The Center will celebrate the beginning of Autism Awareness Month (April) with the annual Light It Up Blue party inside the Linq on April 1. Clients of CADD and their families will ride the High Roller and celebrate with a party that includes face painting, balloon animals, and healthy snacks. Families and Touro staff, students, and administrators then gather outside for a group photo in front of The High Roller as it turns blue.