Grant and Funding Sources
The iTaalk Autism Foundation maintains a database of more than 650 organizations that offer grants and funding. You can search the database for grants that pertain to a certain diagnosis, a particular therapy, a piece of equipment or even resources that are state-specific. For more information, reach out Tammy Eisenreich, Vice President of iTaalk and Parent Support for the Lucas County Board of Developmental Disabilities, via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 419-356-3824.
Access this database by clicking here.
Grant Workshop Wednesday$
On the last Wednesday of every month, the Board's Tammy Eisenreich profiles a different parent, family, or organization that helps families find funding for specialized schooling, alternative therapies, summer camp, respite, sensory items, home modifications and other items not covered by medical insurance.
The live event can be accessed via Zoom.
Check the Board calendar to find out who that month's guest will be.
July's workshop featured a conversation with area parent Julie DeArmon
June's workshop featured a conversation with Toledo area parent Colleen Arrington
May's workshop featured a conversation with Toledo area parent Monica Shaffer
March's workshop featured a conversation with Elizabeth Maher, a Toledo area speech pathologist
January's workshop featured a conversation with Toledo area parent Renee Palacios
General Grant List List of websites/organizations with grants for special needs
Grants with no age cap List of grants for individuals with special healthcare needs with no age cap