Our programs support wide-scale research initiatives, such as Quebec 1000 Families (Q1K), which facilitates the integration of research in routine health care, as well as training the next generation of researchers in neurodevelopmental conditions and strengthening community-based action through research partnerships.
Q1K: Quebec 1000 Families
Quebec 1,000 (Q1K) is a research initiative and unique collaboration. Its objective is to join the autism research forces in Quebec, clinical and professional expertise, as well as the experience
of autistic individuals and their families to accelerate the discovery process and to transform healthcare and autism services.
Partners for Change Program
Partners for Change is a new program that fosters and supports partnerships between researchers and experts in other sectors (e.g., heath, education, industry and policy).
The goal is to address recognized community needs and to improve quality of life for neurodivergent individuals and their families.
TACC's biennial Autism Festival is a unique opportunity where research and art converge around the theme of neurodiversity inclusion. The aim is to foster engagement and knowledge transfer within Quebec's diverse autism community.
2024 Edition Details Coming Soon
Research Training and
One of the cornerstones of our mission is to offer training and knowledge brokering opportunities to all of our members, whether they be students, researchers, or community stakeholders.