Levinson Foundation Donates $1,200 in Support of the Autism Tree Project Foundation (ATPF)

The Levinson Law Group proudly announces a $1,200 donation from the Max and Anna Levinson Foundation in support of the Autism Tree Project Foundation (ATPF).

Autism tree project

ATPF, a 501(c)(3) non-profit, started in 2003 to improve communities throughout San Diego County. The charity helps families affected by autism through Education, Advocacy, Early Intervention Preschool Screening, Research, and Mentoring.

The Autism Tree Project Foundation focuses on community awareness for autism. Specifically, the foundation’s programs help families with autistic children with these three challenges:

First, ATFP provides a roadmap for autistic children and their parents, as well as help navigating a complex system of care required for autistic children.

Second, the Autistic Tree Project gives a voice to children on the autistic spectrum.

Third, parents use the non-profits’ resources to help their children settle in to their local community.

All ATPF donations go straight to the 20 critical programs that provide on-going support to real families in the community. The ATPF only has one full-time staff member and does not charge families for their programs.

Autism affects 1 in every 50 school-aged children between the ages of 6-17. Supporting the foundation helps to sustain the valuable programs offered by the Autism Tree Project.

The Levinson Law Group is a personal injury law firm that specializes in motor vehicle accidents and catastrophic injuries. We have offices in Carlsbad and Oceanside and serve clients throughout Southern California.

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