About the Scott Center

About The Scott Center

The Scott Center for Autism Treatment at Florida Tech, a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit healthcare clinic, was founded in 2009 through the vision and support of Ed and Cheryl Scott and former U.S. Senator Dave Weldon. Thanks to the generous donations and sponsorships received over the years, our clinic has become an integral part of Florida Tech’s graduate program in Behavior Analysis, focusing on training, research, and treatment in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA).


We are dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) and related disabilities in Central Florida. The funds raised directly benefit families in need, providing assistance with evaluations, ABA, occupational and speech therapies, tutoring, educational needs, sensory aids and tools, autism awareness vehicles, guidance, and social activities for families affected by autism.

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Our Donors

We take our relationship with our donors seriously. They believe in our mission and choose to support it through financial gifts that are vital to the success of The Scott Center for Autism Treatment. Their support allows us to advance our mission of providing opportunities for children with autism through our training, research and treatment.


Ed and Cheryl Scott with son, Reece
Fred and Meredith Sutton
Ted and Melissa Parker
Rashmi Shah, Susie Wasdin, Lila Buescher
Endowment Gifts