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We get it because we've been through it. We are parents and professionals who connect with you to provide support, education, and strategies for the spectrum of needs in your home, classroom, or organization.
The Autism Project is celebrating their 25th anniversary this year. Established in 1997, TAP continues to educate the community on how best to engage with and support autistic people at home, school, the community, and workforce.
“We wanted to mark our anniversary with a logo that represents our work beyond children and reflects our role as a hub for families, professionals and self-advocates to access evidence-based training, information and support,” said Quinn.
There are many events planned to include the 20th Annual Imagine Walk on April 24, 2022, at Goddard State Memorial Park in Warwick, RI. “It’s going to be a very big celebration,” said Quinn, “and we can’t wait to see everyone in-person, in the park!”
Access systems navigation, coaching, and emotional support while you support a child with ASD.
Let us teach you new approaches to create safe learning environments and overcome social-emotional challenges.
Join us for our annual Imagine Walk & Family Fun Day, volunteer or work with us, or attend an event sponsored by The Autism Project
The Autism Project is a unique collaboration of parents, professionals, and community members that offers family navigation, support, education, and community.
We created short videos teaching you how to teach two key skills to your students or children, and one to give an overview of Autism Spectrum Disorders. Check them out today and share with family members, friends, teachers and others working with people with ASD. These short videos are intended to give you insight to our longer training designed to educate you on the latest evidence-based interventions and tools available.
TAP strives to create communities for autistic individuals, their families, and the professionals who support them to connect, learn, and play.