The La Salle Autism and Developmental Disabilities Education Resources (LADDER) Family Center takes a holistic, multidisciplinary approach to the challenges of autism spectrum disorder and other developmental disabilities to benefit children and youth, their families, and the professionals who provide support. The center provides educational and community outreach opportunities, clinical services, and relevant research that lead to improved services for the families of children with special needs. Together with Green Tree Partnerships, La Salle also hosts an annual conference that spotlights the center’s family-oriented mission. More »
Robert T. Mack, Co-director
Carole Patrylo, Co-director
The Kelly Social Justice Research Center supports faculty scholarship on problems facing the marginalized, particularly those living in urban areas. Named for Brother Elzear Alfred Kelly, President of La Salle from 1928 to 1932, the center awards grants for faculty projects in specific areas of social justice.
Margaret McGuinness, Ph.D., Director