ATPF Lunch & Learn with Venus David:
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Venus David, M.Ed., L.B.S.
Founder & President of So Love Autistic Center
Mrs. David po ssesses over 20 years of experience in the non-pro fit and behavioral health sector; with a driving commitment to the autism population. The onset of this journey began many years ago with a non-verbal autistic teenager, who lived with an illiterate father and aging grandmother. He failed to receive the necessary educational and therapeutic supports to prepare for his future because he did not attend early intervention or daycare, he stayed with his grandmother so his father could keep his job. As a graduate student and behavior therapist, she was able to provide the therapeutic support for this child to effectively convey his thoughts and minimize his aggression.

Quote of the Day:
Video of the Day:
Unconditional Love
Question of the Day:
Answers Shared by the ATPF Community in Chat
  • Padmini Tillu: "Ask nothing in return."
  • Joyce Tran: "Accept the person where they are."
  • Joel Anderson: "Love your neighbor as yourself."
  • Karen Wright: "To love others as God loves us."
  • Rebecca Wilcox: "Even if you don't like a particular action, you still love the person, or yourself (that's an important one too!)."
  • Cindy Poulin: "Sending love no matter what...opening your heart and seeing the positive in any situation."
  • Terrence Patridge: "I would say love myself in great way honesty!"
  • Glenn Lasker: "Don't judge, we're not walking in their shoes"
  • Venus David: "Love being without dissimulation"
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Resources from Venus David
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So Love Autistic Center is a non-profit, education, therapeutic and childcare program that provides structured, play-based strategies to educate autistic children within a natural learning environment.
Help Us Send Extra LOVE to an ATPF Family!
Rebecca and her 15 year old son Joseph "Monk" Woodridge have faced many challenges during the past year (homelessness, living in and out of hotels, the pandemic and shelter in place), but are finally settling into a new home!

ATPF Community: we are asking for your help to fulfill Rebecca & Monk's basic needs and make their new place feel more like home!

If you are able to give during this time, please visit their registry
and send this family some extra ATPF LOVE!
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ATPF was proud to participate in #GivingTuesdayNow yesterday, May 5, 2020! #GivingTuesdayNow is a global day of giving activated as an emergency response to the unprecedented need caused by COVID-19, and an opportunity for people around the world to stand together in unity to remain connected and heal.
In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, ATPF has stood true to our core mission of C.A.R.E.S. (Community Awareness, Advocacy, Research, and Early Intervention Screenings) by continuing to serve thousands of kids and families in our autism community. If you are able, we hope you will make a special gift to ATPF today!

Your gift of any amount will ensure that ATPF is able to sustain basic operating costs and assist in our ongoing efforts to make an impact on the autism community.