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TASP offers several annual membership types with different benefits and prices to suit your needs. All TASP members are a part of a network of committed parents and professionals who share expertise, information, advocacy and hold shared values.

About TASP

TASP brings together some of the most knowledgeable and committed professionals and self-advocates to help YOU make a difference. Our work is centered around education (through conferences, webinars, and direct training), advocacy at the local and national level, direct support for parents and professionals, and resource sharing.

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Our Cause Defines Us

We know that lasting individual and social change come about when we work together to achieve a common goal. That’s why, supporting families when parents have intellectual disabilities is our cause. Every day we work side-by-side with researchers, practitioners, and self-advocates to ensure that all parents have a chance to parent.

With a focus on research, education and service, TASP works to build the capacity of communities and families to support parents with learning difficulties.

We believe that the population of families in which one or more parents have an intellectual disability has not only been under-served, but discriminated against and repeatedly denied a chance to parent.

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Our Mission

We are Dedicated to Enhancing the Lives of Parents Living with Cognitive Difficulties and Their Families through Education, Advocacy, and Support.

With a focus on research, education and service, TASP works to build the capacity of communities and families to support parents with learning difficulties. We believe that the population of families in which one or more parents have an intellectual disability has not only been under-served, but discriminated against and repeatedly denied a chance to parent.

TASP has enabled an international community of researchers, providers and self-advocates to come together to share efforts to improve outcomes for parents with intellectual disabilities.


Contact Us
Office: (800) 599.8810
Email: info@achancetoparent.net

Mailing Address
PO Box 3502, 
Baltimore, MD 21214

Disclaimer:
The information shared here is meant to be informative and assist you in your work and daily life. We do not share case-specific advice. Information is used at your discretion and TASP is not responsible for how it is used or interpreted.

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