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Become a member

Connecting complementary strengths and diverse perspectives is the most effective way to advance knowledge and achieve collective impact.

 

Our members include researchers, clinicians, trainees, neurodiverse individuals and family members, community leaders, and more. 

TACC members get the latest news, updates and opportunities, and all are invited to participate and contribute to the network’s activities and events.

Membership categories

Research
Member

Trainee
Member

Community
Member

Independent researcher or clinical-researcher, as defined by the Fonds de la Recherche du Québec, conducting research in autism or neurodevelopment.

Graduate student or postdoctoral fellow registered in a Quebec university who conducts research in autism or neurodevelopment.

Community members including clinicians, research personnel, undergraduate students, professionals, policy-makers, neurodivergent individuals or family members.

What to expect

1.

Access TACC's initiatives

Dive into a variety of events, activities, and resources tailored to enhance your understanding and involvement in neurodevelopmental research and care.

​2.

Expand your expertise

Seize exclusive training and learning opportunities curated to sharpen your skills, connect with the community, and stay at the forefront of advancements in neurodevelopmental research and care.

3.

Funding and recognition

Gain access to funding, grant, and award opportunities to fuel your research, projects, and initiatives, while receiving recognition for your contributions.

4.

Shape the future

Take an active role in shaping TACC's direction by participating in governance and committees, influencing impactful decisions, and driving positive change within the community.

5.

Stay connected and informed

Receive regular updates, insights, and resources through our email communications and newsletter, ensuring you're always in-the-know and empowered to make a difference.

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“TACC offers a space where conversations can really happen. The quality of the science produced by network members is amazing, as is the quality of knowledge translation and application."
Keiko Shikako-Thomas
Associate Professor, McGill University
Canada Research Chair in Childhood Disability: Participation and Knowledge Translation 
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