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  • Autism Tree Project Foundation Musical Playgroup - Hosted at our San Diego office each month at no cost to participating families.
  • In 2006 ATPF launched an initiative to provide FREE Early Intervention Preschool Screenings to children in local preschools throughout California for language and developmental delays. Provided by Kara Dodds and Associates in San Diego and Dr. Jean Novak of San Jose State University in the Bay Area, ATPF Early Intervention Preschool Screenings catch warning signs in children, allowing parents to get further diagnosis and treatment at a critical time in their children's lives. It costs the Autism Tree $36 to screen each child. ATPF screens over 2,000 preschool children per year. To set up screenings at your school, contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  • University of San Diego Football Mentor Program - Working with the Autism Tree Project Foundation, the USD Toreros football team mentors ATPF kids, hosts ATPF families at Toreros events and raises autism awareness in our community.
  • Since 2013, LIFT UP LUKE & LIFT UP AUTISM have raised more than $100,000 for ATPF! We are incredibly thankful to our community partner, TRAIN HEROIC and ATPF Supporters Josh & Mary Everett for their hearts and continued support for our mission, programs and services!
  • Girls Mentor Program - designed to pair Autism Tree Project Foundation mothers and daughters with National Charity League, Del Sol Chapter, mothers and daughters by providing fun, annual girls-only events.
  • University of San Diego Baseball Player Mentor Program - Working with the Autism Tree Project Foundation, the USD Toreros baseball team mentors ATPF kids, hosts ATPF families at Toreros events and raises autism awareness in our community.
  • We are incredibly thankful to our community partner of the decade, CSR CARES. Thank you CSR Real Estate Services & CSR CARES supporting ATPF since 2003.
  • We are incredibly thankful to the Donald C. & Elizabeth M. Dickinson Foundation for their generous support to ATPF since 2009.
  • ATPF 15 YEAR CELEBRATION IGNITE EVERY CHILD LUNCHEON.Get your Table now or become a sponsor. Contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  • Want to get your family involved? Volunteer? Contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 619-222-4465

Progress to Date

Funds Raised 2018: $187,318

35% of ATPF 2018 Operating Budget

Children Screened: 15,548

Upcoming Events

Saturday, Jun 23, 2018 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM
San Diego, California

Sunday, Jun 24, 2018 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Encinitas, California

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Saturday, Jun 30, 2018 8:00 AM – 11:00 AM
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Supporting Families Affected by Autism

Founded in 2003 Autism Tree Project Foundation (ATPF) is a 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to improving communities in San Diego County and The Bay Area by assisting with Education, Advocacy, Early Intervention Preschool Screening, Research and Mentoring for families impacted by autism.

ATPF provides free Early Intervention Preschool Screenings to over 2,000 youth annually with over 15,500 preschoolers screened to date since 2006.

ATPF’s Youth Education and Developmental Services coordinates and provides 20 FREE intensive programs, designed to engage youth with autism in a variety of services which aim at improving their confidence, behaviors and their social communications.

Every family tree is touched by autism. If you don't know someone with autism you will. Autism affects 1 in 50 school aged children, ages 6-17.

*Center for Disease Control & Prevention, 2013.

 

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