We've made it easy to find the best Autism Tree program for your family based on your child's age group. But don't forget - all siblings and families are welcome to attend our "All Ages" programs too!
The Adaptive Art Program helps families engage in affordable and accessible art projects that will give them sensory stimulation, allow them to practice social skills and communication, provide an opportunity to improve motor skills, and most importantly to have fun be entertained virtually.Read full program description
Specifically for children between the ages of 5-18 years old, the Adaptive Dance program is led by certified dance instructors and offers a fun, sensory-friendly dance class for all abilities.Read full program description
The Autism Advance Program is here to help Autistic individuals advance whether that be in the classroom or in the workplace. This program is run by Garret Hoff an Autistic professional who is a graduate of the George Washington University, worked in the Office of General Counsel at the one of the largest law firms in the world and is currently a student at Duke Law School.Read full program description
Our Book Club (formerly the Typers Social Club) provides a safe and supportive environment to create and strengthen social connections between individuals who type to communicate, individuals who support them and community allies through a shared love of reading!.Read full program description
Autism Tree Coding Program provides children and adults with autism the opportunity to learn computer science through an engaging curriculum and interactive coding.Read full program description
The Girls in STEM Program enables girls to explore the field of STEM in a friendly and low-pressure environment, builds teamwork skills, and inspires them to pursue opportunities in the field of STEM!Read full program description
The NCL Girls Mentor Program pairs Autism Tree girls with National Charity League girls for peer-to-peer mentoring through providing fun, girls only events.Read full program description
These quarterly workshops are open to teens with autism, ages 14-21, who are looking for a way to prepare themselves for life away from home.Read full program description
Given that siblings have a significant and long-term role in an individual's life with a disability, the Sibling Support Group program is designed to specifically address their needs for information, support, and connection.Read full program description
The Autism Tree Teen Time Program is designed for teens and young adults with autism who are able to independently participate in organized social outings throughout the San Diego community.Read full program description
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