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MIND Institute COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic

The UC Davis MIND Institute and UC Davis Health are offering vaccinations for individuals with neurodevelopmental disabilities ages 6 months and older. Learn more about booking an appointment »

The UC Davis MIND Institute condemns the ongoing racism and violence targeting people of color. We are committed to fulfilling our mission to help all families affected by neurodevelopmental challenges and to promote equal access to high quality health care and education for all members of our community.

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Donation creates new Fund

A new fund at the UC Davis MIND Institute aims to accelerate the movement of research discoveries from the lab into patient care. It’s the result of a generous donation and will leverage the institute’s collaborative interdisciplinary approach.

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ECHO Autism education program now in Spanish

ECHO Autism is a free teleconferencing program that connects UC Davis MIND Institute experts with the community. It is now being offered in Spanish, to both providers and families.

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Megan Tudor, UC Davis MIND Institute licensed clinical psychologist and cognitive behavior expert, offers strategies to help children process their anxiety and learn to face their fears.

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Built by Families for Families

The UC Davis MIND Institute is a collaborative international research center, committed to the awareness, understanding, prevention, and treatment of the challenges associated with neurodevelopmental disabilities.

Founded in 1998 by families of children with autism, they envisioned experts from disciplines related to brain development to work towards finding and developing treatments to reduce the challenges and improve the quality of life for individuals with neurodevelopmental disabilities and their families.

The MIND Institute is especially known for research and clinical therapies developed for: