Who we are

The Transforming Autism Care Consortium (TACC) is a research network that connects and mobilizes Quebec’s strengths in autism research to improve the quality of life of people with autism and their families. We accomplish this by accelerating scientific discovery, building capacity, and integrating evidence into practice and policy.

Researchers in 17 universities and research centres
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Graduate student and postdoctoral fellows
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Professionals, clinicians, decision makers, autistic individuals and their families as well as other community members

What we do

What we do

What we do

TACC News and Events

Pre-SfN Blitz

November 2, 2022
Our Research Forums feature new results, ideas, and projects from our members’ labs. This edition will feature the TACC trainees, as they present their research projects to the TACC community.

WHO Caregiver Skills Training (CST) Program: Master Training Workshop

Now accepting applications for the 2023 CST Master Trainer Workshop
Take part in the Caregiver Skills Training (CST) Master Trainer Workshop and become a Master Trainer for this World Health Organization (WHO) intervention program.

Q1K Registry

The Q1K Registry invites individuals of all ages who have suspected or confirmed autism and/or neurodevelopmental diagnoses and their families to participate in research. Clinicians are also invited to share this opportunity with their patients.

Request for support

TACC can provide tailored support to members that are looking to develop and disseminate their work, events and activities that align with the network’s mission.

Incoming requests will be reviewed by the network Community Engagement Committee who will then provide recommendations to the TACC Office.

Become a MemberTACC invites all interested individuals to join the network