The program is suited for:

    1. Students with an Autism Spectrum Diagnosis  
    2. Students of all abilities and intellectual capabilities
    3. Students who are additionally diagnosed with ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder), Bipolar, ODD
       (Oppositional Defiant Disorder), OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder), Anxiety Disorder, Executive Function
       Disorder, or Sensory Integration Dysfunction
    4. Students without a history of severe conduct disorders to include behaviors such as theft, assault, drug/alcohol
       addiction and sex crimes
    5. Students without a history of severe physical, emotional, mental, and sexual abuse
    6. Families who are interested in generating awareness for Autism Spectrum Disorders through various fund raising efforts and
       community service projects
    7. Families who will offer support to one another in times of crisis and in times of celebration
    8. Families who embrace an eclectic approach to understanding Autism Spectrum Disorders
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"The social confidence and
peer attending at home could
not. The friendships she has
developed are genuine and
give her a safe place where
she can just be herself."
"Raising a child with autism
can be lonely and scary;
knowing someone is there
ready to catch us and pull us
back up if we fall, has made a
huge difference. Our son no
longer feels alone. With T.A.P.,
he is 'one of the crowd' and
what a blessing that is".