The Daniel Jordan Fiddle Foundation Endowed Programs

The Daniel Jordan Fiddle Foundation was the first organization in the United States with the specific mission to develop programs, resources and public policy aimed to improve the lives of the diverse population of adults diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD).  In 2014, The Daniel Jordan Fiddle Foundation launched its most innovative and forward-thinking strategic plan since our inception by creating unique partnerships with the most exemplary univerisites in the United States. Our endowed programs will assure a national focus on adult autism for decades to come. The Daniel Jordan Fiddle Foundation Adult Autism Research Fund at Yale Medical School is the first research fund in the nation to focus specifically on research that will improve the health and well-being of adults diagnosed with ASD.  At the University of Miami's Center for Autism and Related Disabilities, The Daniel Jordan Fiddle Foundation Transition and Adult Programs are poised to be models that service providers worldwide can access for inspiration and replication as they serve adults with various needs. In 2016, we will announce additional endowed programs that will focus on other aspects of The Daniel Jordan Fiddle Foundation mission.

The Daniel Jordan Fiddle Foundation
Signature Program Models

The Daniel Jordan Fiddle Foundation (DJF) Signature Grant Programs represent our continuous commitment to developing programs and awarding grants to support their creation. Partnerships forged by DJF throughout our history have enabled us to develop and share these innovative models with service providers and families inspired to start their own programs. In 2016 we will be offering several of these models directly from our website. Stay connected to
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