The James Project strives to address the social, educational, and treatment concerns of self-advocates, parents, autism professionals, caregivers, police and first responders. “Applying” research to answer questions of daily concern to those living with autism defines our goals and program objectives. Applied autism research is “practical research that examines issues and challenges those children and adults with autism and their families face every day.” Based on this research James Project will meet the need for safety and equality of those who interact with those with ASD.
There are many organizations dedicated to autism. What distinguishes us from other organizations is our singular focus on quality training and the practical value of its resource materials. The training and the information resources we provide have meaning in the day-to-day lives of persons with ASD and their families. Our ultimate focus is quality of life and objective treatment for those with autism.
Causes and Diagnosis
Communication and Social Interaction
Education and Support
LAW ENFORCEMENT AND FIRST RESPONDERS TRAINING