The Autism Program (TAP) at Easterseals serves the counties of JoDaviess, Lake, Stephenson, Boone, Winnebago, McHenry, and Northern Ogle.
The Autism Program at Easterseals (TAP) provides evidence-based screenings, diagnostics, trainings, information, and resources related to autism spectrum disorder. The outreach program is for individuals living with an autism spectrum disorder and the families, caregivers, and professionals who support them.
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Q98.5 News: Rockford Mom Shares Why Easterseals Deserves Your Support
Debbie and Mark's youngest son Grant was diagnosed with autism at age 2. After the diagnosis, they went from "Why us?" to "Let's get Grant what he needs to thrive in life." Read more and listen to Grant's story about how The Autism Program at Easterseals helped him thrive.
The Autism Program at Easterseals' Social Skills Group Created Art and Fun Together
The Autism Program at Easterseals completed their 15-week social skills group for high school students on June 28. The members of the group engaged in social interactions while learning different approaches to art, color, expression, and creation. Learn more and see photos.
150+ Join for Resource Fair and Family Fun Event with The Autism Program at Easterseals
On Saturday, June10, The Autism Program at Easterseals held a successful Resource Fair and Family Fun Event with more than150 attendees at Hyundai on Perryville. Fifteen additional community organizations joined to provide resources and services, including the Rockford Fire Department and Circle of Change Youth Dog Program.
12-year-old Mariyah McKnight Spreads the Word that Autism Rocks
12-year-old Mariyah McKnight and Lori Davie, program manager for The Autism Program (TAP) at Easterseals, have a special bond, and Mariyah has a special art project that has traveled the globe.
St. Patrick's Family Fun Night Enjoyed by All
St. Patrick's Family Fun Night at the Winnebago Public Library was a great success.
Clark and Horwitz Named New VPs of Pillars: Disability and Early Learning
To better deliver on our mission to transform the lives of early learners and individuals of all abilities through access to expert educational, family, and community support through two pillars of work: Early Learning and Disability, we have created two new roles: Vice President of Disability Services and Vice President of Early Learning Services.