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1.26 Million Federal Grant Featured in Providence Business News

The Autism Project receives $1.2M federal grant
 

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1.26 Million Federal Grant Featured in The Providence Journal

The Autism Project's 1.26 Million Federal Grant Featured in The Providence Journal!

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Autism Project Awarded 1.26 Million Federal Grant

The Health Resources and Service Administration grant funding will extend reach of autism spectrum disorder
and developmental disabilities services throughout Rhode Island!

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The Autism Project on WPRI

Our NEW Autism Awareness License Plate Design is featured on WPRI!

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TAP and 2016 Imagine Walk Featured on The Rhode Show!

The Autism Project's 14th Annual Imagine Walk and Family Fun Day for Autism Gets Featured on The Rhode Show!

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Autism Project Wins $5,000 Grant from TCC!

Thanks to our incredible Facebook fans, The Autism Project won a $5,000 grant at TCC Johnston's grand opening! See the full article HERE.

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Autism Project - East Bay Center Founding Sponsors Reception!

News clip about TAP's East Bay Center Founding Sponsors Reception!

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The Autism Project Opens Office in East Bay To Bring Help Closer to Home

The Autism Project is offering training, support and outreach in the East Bay beginning on September 14!

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Hasbro and The Autism Project Team Up To Introduce ToyBox Tools

HASBRO LAUNCHES NEW INITIATIVE TO SPREAD THE JOY OF PLAY TO CHILDREN WITH DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES

Hasbro and The Autism Project Team Up To Introduce ToyBox Tools, a Free Online Resource Where Caregivers and Educators Can Find Tools to Make Play Easier and More Accessible for Children

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AP Selected Washington Trust’s First Community Partner in Johnston

The Washington Trust Company Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for it's 19th RI Branch was Thursday, May 29. The Autism Project received a $1,000 donation and the honor of being selected to be the bank's first Community Partner in Johnston. We look forward to a long relationship with the Washington Trust Company's team!

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