Come to a TACA Meeting!

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 2nd Tuesday of each month
Time: 6:30 – 8:30 PM
Location: Wisconsin Integrative Hyperbaric Center
6200 Nesbitt Road
Fitchburg, WI 53719-1949
Directions from your location
*Note: Call WIHC (608) 278-4268 to check the status of our meetings if the weather is bad.
Coordinators: Contact Sue Reilly
Child care: Not offered at this time, sorry.
Equal Participation: Please contact TACA if you will require an accommodation to participate.
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September 9, 2014 Beyond High School

Sandy Hall, Director of Disability Resource Services at Madison Area Technical College

Attention TACA members!
Sandy Hall, Director of Disability Resource Services at Madison Area Technical College (now Madison College) will be our guest speaker on September 9. She will speaking on the topic Beyond High School, discussing the educational options available at Madison College. Come join us whether your child or grandchild is three or eighteen. This is a great opportunity to start planning for the future. Bring the family and learn more!

Sandy Hall holds a Masters Degree in Rehabilitation Counseling from UW-Madison. Ms. Hall has over 40 years of experience working with people with disabilities. She has worked at Goodwill Industries, Wisconsin Division of Vocational Rehabilitation, and UW-Whitewater and has been the Director of Disability Resource Services at Madison Area Technical College (now Madison College) since 2005. Her work has involved significant experience in the development and promotion or supported employment, transitioning of students with disabilities from high school to after high school endeavors and working with people with psychiatric disabilities. She has been active on a numbers of non-profit boards including ERI, Goodwill Housing and Wisconsin NAMI.

November 8, 2014

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Email lists are a great way to stay connected between meetings. You can subscribe, read emails and ask questions all related to autism. These lists connect you to other parents like you!

Here is how to connect:
Step 1 – Get a Yahoo! user ID and password
Step 2 – Search for groups in your area. Here are some groups we like:

Step 3 – Click on “Join This Group”

Step 4 – Set your account to “Individual Emails,” “Daily Digest” or “Web Only.”  GFCFkids is not affiliated with TACA.


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