Illinois Chapter

TACA Illinois holds Autism Learning Seminars, Coffee Talks and family events throughout the year. Our seminars feature educational speakers on important topics for ASD families. Our Coffee Talks and family events provide more settings where families can informally network, share resources and speak with seasoned parents.

Illinois Events

Friday, November 12

Coffee Talk - In Person!

10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Location: Whole Foods
(Cafeteria Area)
750 N Martingale Rd.
Schaumburg, IL 60173

We're back and in person! Come join your TACA friends for Hope, Help and Support and to just finally reconnect with other autism parents. TACA Illinois is here to support you in your autism journey. We hope to see you there!
An RSVP is required to attend this event.

Sunday, November 14

Free Virtual Seminar for Parents: Child Newly Diagnosed with Autism

3:00 PM CT
Location: YOUR COMPUTER

When your child is diagnosed with autism, it can feel overwhelming and confusing. So often, parents receive a diagnosis for their child but are given no information on what to do next.
TACA is here to help. Join us for a FREE Virtual Parent Seminar specially designed to help you navigate the first steps after your child has received an autism diagnosis, including how to:
-Access services and supports that will improve your child's outcome and quality of life.
-Better advocate for your child.
You'll walk away empowered with hope and connected to a positive community of families, just like yours. Additionally, each attendee will receive a free Autism Journey Guide and a free downloadable Newly Diagnosed Checklist.
Registration will close on the evening prior to the event. An email with the log in information will be sent to you the day of the event. Please RSVP to obtain link and information for viewing:

Don't Know Where to Start?

Try our Autism Journey Blueprints!
These were created as a quick introduction reference guide for families on the autism journey.

Other Ways We Can Help

TACA provides education, support and hope to the autism community.