The Autism Project is a ‘Hub of Hope’ that connects people—with a spectrum of needs—to the available resources and education that support independent and purposeful lives. TAP has evolved over the last 25 years to offer coaching and training to support ALL students with diverse learning and social emotional challenges. We constantly seek to learn more about emerging and best practices that support individuals with an Autism Spectrum Disorder, or social emotional and regulation challenges. It is our mission to share the concepts, approaches and techniques we have learned, executed and developed with the community.

The Autism Project offers a wide range of training opportunities, educational events and multi-week series for both parents and professionals. All of TAP’s training is available to be presented at a variety of settings. TAP provides short- and long-term consultation/coaching to public schools, programs, students and community groups on the unique learning style of individuals with ASD, DD and now an increasing number of students with social emotional challenges. Consultations include practical strategies and solutions through hands-on modeling and teaching and are implemented for a classroom, school program or a specific child.

TAP staff is trained in multiple areas of interventions so that they can customize their work to meet the specific needs of a program, student, or educators. What began as an organization to support students with ASD and the educators who support them has expanded to be the go to organization for strategies and interventions for all students. Also, our team can modify most curriculum and interventions so that they are accessible for All students, especially students with an ASD.

PL Offerings

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Multi-session PD Series (Various Topics)

Full-day PD topics (6hrs.) & Coaching

Evidence of Impact

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