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A 501(c)(3) Organization

About Us

TIIBA's Eagle Foundation is a faith-based nonprofit that educates, empowers and advocates for families and children with developmental disabilities.

Our Purpose

We are intentional and strategic in our efforts to assist children and families affected by developmental and intellectual disabilities with resources and support.

Our Mission

TIIBA’s Eagle Foundation (TEF) exists to raise awareness about developmental disabilities, provide access to quality treatment (ABA, Speech, and Occupational Therapies), and to identify, alleviate, and eliminate barriers to these services.

Our Programs

Our agency has identified 6 areas of need in our community and our fundraising efforts go towards programs that support these needs

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Programs

TIIBA's EAGLE Foundation has identified 6 areas of need and our fundraising efforts support programs that meet those needs.
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Transportation is provided in the form of door-to-door services, fixed route transportation, and gas vouchers for families to alleviate transportation as a barrier to accessing therapies.

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Financial Assistance is provided for families to assist with costs (copay, deductible, etc) related to receiving ABA, Speech, and Occupational Therapies.

Annual Events are hosted each year to foster awareness of developmental and intellectual disabilities, provide resources, and to foster community and inclusion.

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Nutritional Needs of children who may be at risk due to food selectivity or food refusal related to sensory processing issues or rigidity to routine are be identified and met.

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Community Integration Opportunities for children (and their families) with special needs to access recreational activities and events in their community.

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Peer Socialization Opportunities are created through increased through activities and events to assist children with developing social skills and creating friendships.

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Community Events

Held each December, this event allows families to have night to shop, relax, or spend as they wish! Clients come in their suits, ties, and dresses and enjoy food, games, music, and pictures with Santa Claus.

Annual Winter Wonderland Respite Night Dance

Held each December, this event allows families to have night to shop, relax, or spend as they wish! Clients come in their suits, ties, and dresses and enjoy food, games, music, and pictures with Santa Claus.

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This autism friendly event, held in October, allows each family to participate in the fall traditions of picking a pumpkin from our “pumpkin patch,” making candied apples, and decorating pumpkins. This event also features bounce houses, face painting, music, games, food, vendor tables, and informational sessions.

Annual Fall Harvest Festival

This autism friendly event, held in October, allows each family to participate in the fall traditions of picking a pumpkin from our “pumpkin patch,” making candied apples, and decorating pumpkins. This event also features bounce houses, face painting, music, games, food, vendor tables, and informational sessions.

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Every year in June we invite families to join us for a day at the zoo to create memories with your child with the behavioral support of our team. Tickets are limited for this event.

Annual Family Day at the Zoo

Every year in June we invite families to join us for a day at the zoo to create memories with your child with the behavioral support of our team. Tickets are limited for this event.

Indianapolis Zoo
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Held each April, this autism friendly event includes bounce houses, face painting, music, games, food, vendor tables, and informational sessions.

Annual Spring Autism Awareness Block Party

Held each April, this autism friendly event includes bounce houses, face painting, music, games, food, vendor tables, and informational sessions.

local TIIBA office
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