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

TACC Researcher Members Contribute to the CAHS Report on Autism

Eight researchers from the TACC network were selected by the CAHS to take part in a consultative and collaborative process to develop the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences (CAHS) Autism in Canada: Considerations for future public policy development – weaving together evidence and lived experience report.

Q1K information session for clinicians

May 25th, 2022, at 3pm

One of the objectives of the Québec 1000 families (Q1K) initiative is to facilitate clinical-research integration and support a learning health system model. Interested clinicians and professionals are therefore invited to an information session aiming to introduce the Q1K initiative and inform clinicians of the opportunity to contribute.

TACC Trainee Leadership Award – Request for Applications

Deadline: May 30, 2022 at 5 pm EDT

The TACC Trainee Leadership Award recognizes the significant contributions of graduate students and post-doctoral fellows to the network’s strategic objectives.

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