TACA holds monthly meetings in many locations throughout the United States that feature educational speakers on important topics and allow family members to connect with one another and stay on top of the latest information in the autism world.
Each TACA group maintains a resource library of the latest autism books and DVDs/CDs that can be checked out by members at no charge.
Are you wondering what happens at a TACA meeting? Watch our video.
|Date:||Meets the 1st Friday of each month|
|Time:||7:00 – 7:15 PM – Parent Support and Networking
7:15 PM – Introduction
7:30 PM – Presentation
|Location:||16 Campus Blvd, Suite 200
Newtown Square, PA 19073
Directions from your location
|Coordinators:||Contact Honey Rinicella, Nicky Simon, and Pattie Moor|
|Child care:||Not offered at this time, sorry.|
|May 6||Meet Kim Stagliano, Author of All I Can Handle – I’m No Mother Teresa|
|Speaker: Kim Stagliano
Kim Stagliano is the author of All I Can Handle I’m No Mother Teresa, a “humorous look at a life that is anything but ordinary”. Kim is the Managing Editor of the nation’s first daily web newspaper about the autism epidemic – AgeofAutism.com. She is on the editorial staff of the Autism File and is a Huffington Post blogger. Kim has appeared on multiple news outlets like ABC News, FOX News and Good Morning America. She lives in CT with her husband and three gorgeous girls, Mia, Gianna and Bella, all of which are affected with autism.
Kim is not only a gifted writer and mother, she possesses the ability to maintain an incredible sense of humor during trying times. Her talent encourages us all to have hope in face of adversity. Come meet and listen to Kim and prepare to laugh, cry and be inspired.