Since its inception in 1980, TERI has grown to accommodate the needs of many while remaining true to its original goal- to improve the quality of life for children, adults and seniors with autism, developmental and learning disabilities. Through support, advocacy, dedication, innovation, and resolve, we have brought opportunity and hope to countless individuals and families. TERI looks to the future by continuing its commitment to set new standards through establishing and operating model programs, conducting applied research in best practice procedures, and offering training and consultation to professionals, families, and other community members.
TERI specializes in serving individuals who have needs which cannot be met by other existing programs. This includes services to persons who have autism, developmental delays, cerebral palsy, epilepsy, brain trauma, severe behavioral disorders, dual diagnoses, and learning disabilities.
The agency has been recognized as a model program in the State of California for the quality of services it provides to this population. As a private, non-profit 501(c)(3) California Corporation, the agency relies on donations from the community and foundations in order to continue to set the highest standards and ensure an uncompromising quality of life to this population.
TERI is embarking on our most ambitious project to date, the creation of a state of the art campus for individuals with developmental disabilities. The Campus of Life will offer innovative facilities and cutting edge research in an environment of community, acceptance and empowerment of the individual. See more at tericampusoflife.org
Whom to Contact
- Greg SnaerDirector of Legacy & Community Engagement251 Airport RoadOceanside, CA 92058Phone: (760) 721-1706