About Grant A Gift

Grant a Gift Autism Foundation was founded in 2009, and grew out of the
struggle of a mom whose young son, Grant, was diagnosed with autism.


Grant a Gift Autism Foundation is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization with a mission to help children, young adults and their families master autism by providing assessment and treatment funding; combined with support services, vocational training and transition planning.

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What We Do

Our goal is to provide family-centered care through one or more of our programs and services, and help prepare individuals with autism to live as independent adults with functioning roles in our community.

We act as a community safety net by filling in treatment and funding gaps not covered by state and federal resources or insurance. Our organization achieves this by collaborating with other organizations, state agencies, or providers to give children with Autism Spectrum Disorder growing up in Nevada a better quality of life and future as they transition into adults.

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Lynda Tache (Founder, President, Advocate, Parent) first saw signs of autism when her son, Grant, was 6 months old. She tried to find answers from her son’s pediatrician and other medical professionals, but was constantly told …

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Our Team

  Our staff and the Board of Directors includes a diverse range of backgrounds and talents committed to improving the lives of children on the autism spectrum and the families who care for them.

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Family Center

UNLV Medicine Ackerman Autism Center JOINT MISSION WITH UNLV MEDICINE ACKERMAN AUTISM CENTER To ensure every infant, child, adolescent and young adult with autism or neurodevelopmental challenges has access to a medical home that provides high quality, multi-specialty diagnostic …

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Transparency Grant a Gift® Autism Foundation prides itself on being transparent. We make a conscious effort to ensure that our mission, message and work make a significant difference. By being as transparent as possible, we hope …

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