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ICL Centers and Clinics

The ICL Department is affiliated with research centers and clinics to help promote education and serve our local community.

  • Mid-South Access Center for Technology
    • The Mission of Mid-South Access Center for Technology (ACT) is to help people with disabilities use assistive technology to improve the quality of their lives through educating clients and the general public on assistive technology, evaluating clients to make recommendations and referrals, training on the use of assistive technology, integrating assistive technology into the community and workplace and conducting and disseminating research on assistive technology.
  • University of Memphis Autism Treatment, Training and Research Clinic
    • At the University of Memphis Autism Treatment, Training and Research Clinic our team of licensed Board-Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBA’s) and graduate students utilize practices of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) to make positive changes in the behavior and life of children we serve and their families and caregivers.
  • University of Memphis Center for Literacy Research and Practice
    • The mission of the University of Memphis Center for Literacy Research and Practice is to enrich the literacy practices of residents in the Mid-South with an emphasis on justice, equity, culture and social and emotional growth. The Center creates multi-age literacy events, in which UofM students encourage reading and writing within families, schools and communities.