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Services are available to children with special needs.  The following websites provide relevant information regarding 

  • advocacy,
  • service providers,
  • funding sources, and
  • parent groups.


Our Mission

Talk About Curing Autism (TACA) provides information, resources, and support to families affected by autism. For families who have just received the autism diagnosis, TACA aims to speed up the cycle time from the autism diagnosis to effective treatments. TACA helps to strengthen the autism community by connecting families and the professionals who can help them, allowing them to share stories and information to help people with autism be the best they can be.

Through our national partners and newly added National Initiative we now have friends across the U.S. to help. TACA will be expanding resources, meetings and other pertinent information soon. Please contact us on how you can help or be involved.

Many of the resources listed are for California – however – much of the information is helpful for any family affected by autism – ANYWHERE.


Special Resources is a web-based network of socially enriched services providing programming and recreational activities for special needs children. Through these services we will provide information and opportunities to encourage and inspire the unique potential of all special needs children.


Parents Involved Network of Pennsylvania (PIN) is an organization that assists parents or caregivers of children and adolescents with emotional and behavioral disorders. PIN provides information, helps parents find services and will advocate on their behalf with any of the public systems that serve children. These include the mental health system, education, and other state and local child-serving agencies.

Chester County Intermedite Unit provides a variety of educational, supplemental and support services to students ages 3 to 21 years old. In addition, CCIU provides support services and educational resources to the parents of student in our programs. For your convenience, listed below are links to services for students and their parents.
The Arc of Montgomery County is a leading proponent of the rights of people with developmental disabilities and their families.

Founded Dec. 14, 1950, by eight concerned parents of people with developmental disabilities, the agency was named the Montgomery County Association for Retarded Citizens and later became known as The Arc of Montgomery County. During its proud history as a non-profit organization, MARC has expanded its core-community education and individual-advocacy services with direct-program services and social, health and legal systems advocacy.

MARC volunteers, members and staff envision a society in which all people have the opportunities to enjoy living in communities, develop meaningful relationships, work, pray and play together with appropriate services and supports.


Mental Health / Mental Retardation - BIRTH TO THREE - EARLY INTERVENTION:  All children are unique and each child develops at his or her own pace.  There are times, however, when a child is not developing as expected.  Early Intervention is a program to provide supports for children age 0 to 3 who have developmental delays.  Early Intervention includes educational and developmental services designed to enhance a child's early development by addressing the strengths and needs of eligible children  and their families.


Our organization aims to educate parents, healthcare providers, early childhood educators, and other professionals in order to ensure the best developmental outcome for every child. Our goals are to improve screening and referral practices and to lower the age at which young children are identified with autism and other developmental disorders.

The First Signs Web site provides a wealth of vital resources, covering a range of issues: from healthy development, to concerns about a child; from the screening and referral process, to treatments for autism spectrum disorders. We invite you to explore our site in your search for answers.


Autism-Link is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization registered in the State of Pennsylvania.

The Autism Society of America, Greater Philadelphia Chapter

was established in 1977 by a dedicated group of parents with a strong desire to band together and be a united voice to represent individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders and spread awareness.  This has been continued throughout the years. 

Presently, we are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose Board of Directors consists entirely of volunteers, representative of parents, family members and professionals supporting those with ASD, serving the five county region of SE Pennsylvania, (Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery and Philadelphia counties).

ASA’s mission is to promote lifelong access and opportunities for persons within the autism spectrum and their families, to be fully included, participating members of their communities through advocacy, public awareness, education and research related to autism.

We will be updating these links frequently so be sure to check back often.