TAP maintains a large collection of resources to provide information about autism spectrum disorder (ASD), as well as tips and tools for use by those who care for and work with individuals with ASD. A number of these resources are available on our website for you to download and use immediately, most in English and Spanish. Many more are available in the Family and Community Resource Rooms maintained by the TAP Service Network Partners. To find the location nearest you, click HERE. You will need the free Adobe PDF Reader to open the resources listed below. If you do not already have it, you can get it HERE.
To view this page in Spanish please click HERE.
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Tips & Tools
Health Care Visit
Chicago Children’s Museum
Level 1: This level is best for a non-reader or beginner reader, and primarily consists of artwork to convey concepts.
Level 2: This level is best for emerging readers, able to sound out and understand words, and parses sentences and artwork.
Level 3: This level is for fluent readers and relies mostly on written communication.
The Autism Program of Illinois (TAP) Service Network is a collaboration of 5 universities and 10 organizations that together operate 20 centers across the state. As a network, TAP is able to offer services that respond to the unique needs of different communities across Illinois.
The Autism Program of Illinois
5220 S. 6th Street,
Springfield IL 62703