Georgia Chapter

TACA Georgia 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.

Georgia Events

Thursday, May 12

TACA National Parent Meeting Family Support Panel: Speech and Communication

7:30 PM EDT
Location: YOUR COMPUTER

TACA will host a virtual roundtable discussion about speech and communication and autism. Hear from panelists about their families’ experiences with speech and communication issues, therapies, and co-occurring medical conditions. Pre-submit questions on the registration form to learn from non-speaking autism self-advocates and their families. Following the panel discussion, your questions will be discussed during a moderated Q&A session. Registration will close shortly before the event. *Please note: This meeting will be presented via our new TACA Connect app. Details to set up your free account will be provided with the RSVP process.

Monday, May 23

East Virtual Parent Meeting

12:00 PM EDT
Location: YOUR COMPUTER

Families in the East – April has been a whirlwind of learning, meeting new families, and lots of HOPE. Let’s get together virtually with TACA and continue to take ACTION. Together, we’ll share questions and challenges to help gather ideas and resources for your journey as well. Sharing your experiences with other families on the autism journey will have us all leaving with a lot of learning and a lot of HOPE! Registration will close shortly before the event. An email with the log in information will be sent to you the day of the event.

Tuesday, May 24

TACA Virtual Parent Meeting - Teens & Adults

7:30 PM EDT
Location: YOUR COMPUTER

Parents of Teens and Adults – Join us for this virtual presentation about friendship from the perspective of young adults with autism who use Alternative and Augmentative Communication (AAC). Our guest speakers, Bella, Otto and William, will share about how their friendship as non-speaking AAC users is the same, but different from those who are speakers. Following the presentation there will be a moderated Q&A session. *Please note: This meeting will be presented via our new TACA Connect app. Details to set up your free account will be provided with the RSVP process. 

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