Resource Room and Visual Supports
Available on a drop-in basis for community members and professionals, our Resource Room provides access to a variety of books and resources regarding topics related to Autism Spectrum Disorders. Our staff & student interns can consult, create, and individualize visual supports and other free learning aids. We also provide information on other helpful community resources, events, and learning opportunities.
Training & Technical Assistance
Free, customized, community-based trainings related to the field of autism are available upon request to schools, agencies, emergency personnel, and community groups.
New Diagnosis Orientation
A personalized consultation for families and individuals who have just received an autism diagnosis. A broad overview of autism, resource building, and referrals to services.
Individuals, parents, and professionals can meet with staff to provide personalized strategies for meeting the many nuances of autism.
Playgroup is for pre-school age children (2-5 years old), young siblings, and parents/caregivers. This playgroup is a parent-coaching therapy model that teaches parents and caregivers strategies on how to have successful and, most importantly, playful interactions with their child while incorporating communication building.
We host and facilitate social connection and competency for all ages, parents, siblings, and adult support. Topical groups such as executive functioning skills and healthy relationships are offered frequently.
Each semester, the TAP internship provides opportunities for graduate and undergraduate students to learn about autism and how to provide resources and referrals for families and professionals.
For more information about TAP internships, please see our internship page.