The mission of Judevine® Center for Autism is to make a real difference in the quality of life for children and adults with autism and their families, wherever they may live.

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“The ‘Hub’ concept,” says Becky Blackwell (MA,BCBA,LBA), President/Director of Judevine® Center for Autism, “is a solution-focused approach to providing services to individuals, families, schools, and organizations that is tailored to the needs of the local community.” Families with autism frequently must travel long distances for services or delay getting them because of travel costs. Judevine® professionals use valuable time and resources in travelling across multiple counties; time and resources which could be used to help more individuals within a smaller local area- a Hub! Families, schools and organizations (especially in rural areas) are seeking specialized autism training and services for their children, students, and clients. Judevine® continues to be a premier provider of quality services. Developing Hubs is another approach to serving children and adult with autism, and their families, wherever they may live.

Services

Locations

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St. Louis County

With an office in Maryland Heights serving both St Louis and St Charles Counties


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Kirksville

Reaching into Northeast Missouri providing Hub services in a seventeen (17) county region and expanding.


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Joplin

Coming Soon to the southwestern portion of Missouri and bringing service and supports to those individuals and families.

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Branson West

Growing from the Springfield Hub and striving to reach families in more rural areas.


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Hannibal

This newest Hub is coming soon and will provide services in the Hannibal/Quincy,IL area.


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Jefferson County

Located in the center of the County, this Hub is rapidly growing.

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Springfield

Providing Hub services to a twenty-four (24) county region in Southwest Missouri.

Providing services for.

Specialized Parent Training
Behavioral Personal Assistant
Behavior Analytic Services
Support Groups
In-Home Behavior Training
ABA/ Discrete Trial Training
Job Preparation
Job Discovery
Community Inclusion
Parent/Caregiver Workshops
Respite Care
Social Groups
School and Provider Consultation
Residential Services
Assistive Technology
BCBA and BCaBA Supervision
Assessments
Day Habilitiation
We provide lifespan services across the autism spectrum. Fill out a form today to let us know what services you need and see how the Judevine difference can help you.

A History of Difference

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Moving Forward

As can been seen below, Judevine’s planned growth and development mean we are “Moving Forward”. Moving forward into local communities and families’ homes with the autism services which they want and need. Moving forward is a fuller realization of our Mission: “”To make a real difference in the lives of children and adults with autism, wherever they may live”

Employees
170
Locations
8
Those Served
OVER 1000
Years of Service
7
Expansion
52% THIS YEAR
Years of Autism Experience of Management Team
167
Years Judevine Competency Based Parent Training Program has been helping families
1971 - CURRENT

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This is a great opportunity for families and others as well to spend the day with Judevine and Dr Tony Attwood. Financial assistance for families may be available at www.midwestautismconference.com.  Join us.

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Mary Robbin Carroll-Bowerthank goodness someone who knows more about autism. I hope he brings up high functioning autism and the difference between early onset Altzheimers, and the possibility of both.

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This article was just published in the Missouri Autism Report Magazine, September, 2016 about the upcoming opportunity to hear Dr. Tony Atwood speak in person!

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This article was just published in the Missouri Autism Report Magazine, September, 2016 about the upcoming opportunity to hear Dr. Tony Atwood speak in person!

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Margaret RushingI was lucky to hear him at a workshop Judevine Center about 16 or so years ago. I wish I could afford to go again and my 18 yr old son who has Aspergers could go and hear him speak about it.

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In Quincy, IL. Sandy Feldewerth, BCBA, representing Judevine at the Superkids Soapbox Derby in Quincy, sponsored by the Quincy Breakfast Optimist.

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Valerie Wunderle Smelcer$180???

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Thom EvansWell, you know, it's also CEU credits. I've been to plenty of seminars and lectures. This this sort of pricing is pretty common.

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Susan M GayNice to see him return to the Lou!

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Barbara MacmillanGetting read for my flight from Boston to Chicago to attend this conference! Worth every penny!

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Barbara MacmillanOops! Going to May conference in Chicago! Lol!

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Contact Us

We would love to hear from you and find out more about what the Judevine® Center for Autism can do for you from one of our 8 locations throughout Missouri. Give us a ring or send us an email!

  • contactus@judevine.org
  • 800-780-6545
  • 1810 Craig Rd. Ste. 109, St. Louis MO 63146
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