The 5 C’s at Home – Workshop

From Profectum

The Foundational Capacities for Development (FCDs) are a recently developed concept that serve as a compliment for the DIR model. The FCDs, also known as the 5 C’s offer guidance and strategies on how to build feelings of COMFORT, COMPETENCE, CONFIDENCE, CONTROL, AND COMMUNICATION  with your child!

This workshop is designed to guide parents in using the FCD framework to rethink how we balance our time and priorities


Appy Autism

Appyautism is intended for people with ASD, their families and all professionals that work with these people, offering a selection of the best applications for Windows and Mac computers and for Android, iOS and Windows Phone devices as well as a powerful search engine to locate the apps that best suit to everyone.

Appyautism includes a comprehensive database with more than 400 applications for Windows, Mac, Android, iOS and Windows Phone. The search engine allows you to find those apps that interest you more based on many criteria simultaneously: languages, device types, category (based on the usage), user’s age, price…


TACA – The Autism Community in Action

Parent Support Group

TACA began with a small handful of families in a living room in 2000. By the end of 2017, they served over 55,000 families around the United States. From a grassroots beginning in Southern California, TACA expanded nationwide and now has a physical presence via Chapters in 27 states and a virtual presence in the rest of the nation. Their mission is to provide education, support and hope to families living with autism.


Operation Autism


Operation Autism is a web-based resource specifically designed and created to support military families that have children with autism. It is the shared product of the vision and energy of the Organization for Autism Research (OAR) and the funding support of the American Legion Child Welfare Foundation. 


Coping Skills for Kids

When kids struggle, there are lots of questions… Why is this happening? How do I help them to learn to handle their feelings? What will happen if they don’t figure this out before they grow up? Where do I start?

Coping Skills for Kids can help by providing practical resources in an organized way to explore lots of different styles of coping skills.