The Treasure Coast Autism Project (TCAP) is a non-profit private school, created by a dedicated group of
parents and professionals, whose mission is to improve the lives of children living with autism on the
Treasure Coast by providing educational opportunities which are suitable to each child’s unique academic,
therapeutic, and social needs.
In collaboration with Community Christian Academy (CCA), TCAP opened its first model-classroom in August
of 2011 on the campus of CCA in Stuart, Florida. Our goal is to set a new standard in educational
environments for students with a diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder by combining highly motivating
instruction with evidence-based interventions in a safe and sensory-friendly environment.
To provide an academic, therapeutic and social foundation that fosters independence and meaningful participation by enhancing quality of life outcomes for all students.
To improve the lives of children living with autism spectrum disorder on the Treasure Coast by providing educational opportunities suitable to each child’s unique academic, therapeutic and social needs. To further provide resources for services, educational information, and facilitate local networking to individuals with autism spectrum disorder and their families.
- Benefits of our program:
- Highly trained staff
- Small class sizes
- Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA)
- Speech and Language (SLP)
- Occupational Therapy (OT)
- Individualized educational programming
- Mainstream opportunities
- Monthly community outings
- Social skills development
Tuition costs for most students are covered through scholarships such as the McKay Scholarship or the
Gardiner Grant Scholarship, both of which are offered by the Florida Department of Education. For more
information about which scholarship option may be best for your loved one, please review the links
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