Our Programs

Less Fear. More Community. More Support. More Answers.

You are not alone in your quest for answers. We’re here to help.

Discover the power of connection and community through one or more of the following programs offered by Autism Pensacola and our partners. We invite you to be part of our story to change the way people think about autism, and to help improve the lives and livelihoods of individuals and families impacted by autism.


Kids for Camp.

Kids for Camp is more than a camp, it’s a multi-week intensive summer learning lab for individuals with autism, ages 2 to 25.

Parent Empowerment.

The Parent Empowerment Program is a multi-session series of hands-on learning for parents and families to learn the basics of applied behavior analysis (ABA), a research-based, systematic method for improving socially significant skills and behaviors.

Take Me Home.

Take Me Home is a free program provided by the Pensacola Police Department that manages a database of information on individuals with special needs, developmental or cognitive disability who may need assistance if they are found alone or have difficulty communicating.

Project Lifesaver.

Project Lifesaver is a program offered to individuals with any developmental disability, who are at risk of wandering. The program features transmitter bracelets that emit a radio signal that search and rescue personnel can use to track and locate an individual who is missing.