NFAR offers as well as provides for a variety of Programs and Services that are positively impacting families and children with autism.
Join us Tuesday, September 20 for an overview of non public special education schools, their curriculums, target audiences and what makes each of these educational venues unique.
On July 16, nearly 200 gathered in Nobel Park for NFAR’s first annual Autism Family Picnic.
Community Project Grants provide funds to educational institutions and non-profit organizations for the purpose of creating or expanding programs that increase the current level of treatment services to children with autism.
Autism Teachers' Grant Spotlight
Special education teacher Jesseca Collins, 2010 NFAR Autism Teachers' Grant recipient, shares her feedback on using the iPad as a classroom tool.
The Center for Autism Research, Evaluation and Service Foundation (CARES) is currently accepting adolescents ages 13-17 for the next “PEERS” social skills intervention session.
Group meetings in San Diego County for dads, stepdads and other men who are raising a child with autism and autism spectrum disorder.