Since 2000, TACA has been known for our support, empowerment and tools to get started for families living with autism. Find your support and inspiration here:
Funding Resources: Scholarships & Grants
Ways to Contact TACA for Support
The Newly Diagnosed Page provides information and resources to help you navigate the first steps after your child has received an autism diagnosis.
The Medical Page has information about medical interventions for autism, including common co-occurring conditions, testing, and treatment options.
Education & Skill Development
Information about therapies, life skills, social skills, IEPs, life after high school, and more.
The Diet Page has all of the information you need to successfully implement a gluten and casein free diet, along with reasons why.
Home Life has information related to
safety, holidays, family relationships,
budget, and estate planning.
The Preparing for Adulthood Page contains articles that address teen- and adult-related issues and services.
Through TACA's Parent Mentor Program, you can be matched with an experienced, trained TACA Parent Mentor for one-on-one support, guidance throughout the autism journey.
TACA Hope and Help for Autism is a private, moderated Facebook group for parents of children with autism. This forum provides a supportive environment where parents can share experiences and gain insights about how to help their child live their best life.
Since 2006, TACA has been providing scholarships to families for medical and therapeutic interventions. Scholarship availability relies on the generosity of donors, foundations, and the fundraising efforts of TACA Chapters.
TACA has local Chapters across the United States providing families affected by autism with education, resources and support. Chapters hold educational family events, meetings, seminars and/or Coffee Talks.
TACA webinars are free and provide
education and information for parents in
a convenient, easy way.