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PROJECTS FUNDED
 
Since 2001, BAILEY’S TEAM has contributed to the autism community donating over one half million dollars to organizations who fund research, education and programming in support of individuals living with autism and their families.  Programs and organizations funded include:
 
 
The Arc of Bristol County
Serving individuals with developmental disabilities and their families.
 
Autism Law Enforcement Education Coalition [ALEC]
A training program offered to first responders (police, fire and EMS) on the subject of autism. 
 
The Autism Project
Providing a variety of training programs to parents and professionals to educate and support individuals with autism and their families.
 
Autism Science Foundation
Funding autism research and supporting those who conduct, facilitate, publicize and disseminate autism research. 
 
Autism Society of America – Rhode Island Chapter
Improving the lives of all affected by autism in Rhode Island.
 
Blackstone Valley Boys & Girls Club
The implementation of Michelle Garcia Winner's Social Thinking curriculum into summer programming to support individuals with autism.

Boundless Playground
An initiative to build an inclusive playground where children of all abilities can learn and play together.
 
Brown Center for Children, Women & Infants Hospital
A research study seeking the identification of very early infant signs of autism in children observed from birth.
 
Community Autism Resources
Providing resources, education and family support to help persons with autism live fulfilling lives within the community.
 
Easter Seals Explorer Camp
Providing programs and services to children and youth with physical disabilities to help them achieve greater independence, accessibility and integration.

The Groden Network
A Tai Chi health and wellness class for adults with autism residing at The Groden Network’s Cove Center.
 
Hockomock Area YMCA’s Integration Initiative
A recreational program providing children with special needs the opportunity to participate in an integrated setting.
 
J. Arthur Trudeau Memorial Center / Pathways Strategic Teaching Center
A comprehensive education and treatment program servicing children with autism and related disorders.

Kennedy Donovan Center
The Families with Autism Support Network located in New Bedford, MA.
 
Massachusetts General Hospital - Aspire Program
Helping young people on the autism spectrum achieve success.

Melmark New England
Fall River training project to improve services for early learners with autism.
 
The National Alliance for Autism Research / Autism Speaks
Funding research into the causes, prevention, treatments, and cure for autism and to raising public awareness.
 
Organization for Autism Reserarch
Supporting applied research that investigates treatments, educational approaches and statistical aspects of autism.

Reflecting on the Journey
A retreat for parents of children with autism to reflect on, explore, and share the rewards and challenges of raising a child with autism.
 
Rhode Island College
A research study investigating the value of using a children's DVD to facilitate emotion recognition for children ages four to seven with ASD. 

Rhode Island Consortium for Autism Research & Treatment (RICART)
A Rhode Island based collaboration of researchers and leaders in the autism community working together to create a research infrastructure, including a statewide, web-based research registry; while expanding diagnostic and treatment methods in the field of autism. 

Schwartz Center for Children
Serving children with developmental and medical special needs.
 
Surfer's Healing
Serving children with autism and other developmental disabilities.

Unique Steps Dance Studio
Providing opportunities for children with special needs to participate in an inclusion dance program.
 
 
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