The Autism Project at UT FUNdraiser Happy Hour Party Like It's 12/21/12
Friday, December 21, 2012 from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM (CST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Celebrate the end of the Mayan calendar with TAP. Ditch your pesky holiday company (or bring them along) and have a some holiday cheer at Molotov.
You will be helping the 1 in 88 Austin area families receive the services and respite they need from the Autism Project at UT. Haven't fulfilled your nonprofit tax donations for the year? We will happily accept your donation no matter how small or how large.
Presented by Stoli Vodka and Bud Lite.
The $10 entry supports TAP programs and you will receive a gift from our sponsors. See you there!
When & Where
TAP/The Autism Project at University of Texas
The purpose of University of Texas Autism Project (UTAP) is to provide a center of excellence for services, knowledge, and best practices related to living, and working, with children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD).
Our commitment to this mission is defined by:
- dissemination of the best available scientific knowledge through
- topical classes for university students
- professional development workshops for teachers and clinicians
- parent outreach programs
- advocacy for implementation of best teaching practices by
- providing information on evidence-based practices
- creating opportunities for direct hands-on learning
- creating a repository of information on current knowledge and best practices
- creation of a broad community of parents, teacher, clinicians, administrators, and scientists to engage in dialogue
- through the creation of “virtual families” (connected through technology and spanning broad geographical regions) to engage in dialogue about living in the context of ASD
- through clinics where families have access to educational specialists, counselors, and medical professionals for consultation
- generation of new knowledge about autism spectrum disorders and the effects of ASD on learning and family environments by
- creating affiliations with teachers, clinicians, and scientists across all disciplines to add to the body of knowledge about the amenability of ASD characteristics to intervention
- partnering with other educational services and organizations to test the efficacy of interventions