Team Heroes In The News

Soccer Sign Up 2015

Team Heroes Inc. – Soccer Created for Children with Autism This sports team is an integrated setting. All children with autism and their siblings between the ages of 3 and 12 may join in the fun! Special Education Teachers and Volunteers will be facilitating the experience. We will be working on …teamwork, passing, kicking, sharing, turn taking, waiting, socialization,... Read More

Team Heroes in Long Island Magazine

Are you longing for the springtime? Are you thinking about getting your child involved in something that can offer socialization, teamwork, and fun? Team Heroes Inc. can help! Team Heroes Inc. is an organization that assists children with autism to play a sport in an integrated setting. All children with autism and their siblings between the ages of 3... Read More

Long Island Magazine has posted Team Heroes Horse Racing Event

    What are you doing on February 10rh, between the hours of 11 AM and 3 PM? If you aren’t busy, how about a little horse-racing, family-friendly style? Team Heroes Sports of West Islip will be holding their fund-raiser, entitled, “A Day At The Races”, which will be held at the Knights of Columbus Hall on Long Island... Read More

Taking a Different Path

Team Heroes is an organization that totally takes a different path from conventional camps and programs to assist children with autism. Conceived and founded in 2009 by Ellen Thalhamer III, MS.Ed, BSCE, a special education teacher with a mission, Team Heroes is an eighteen week program that has two important goals to bring to the world of autism. The first of these goals is that Team Heroes focuses on providing families of children with autism the opportunity to participate in a sport. The second goal is to provide families of children with autism the necessary materials and supplies needed in order to educate their child, as school districts customarily do not provide these needs for families.

Fortune 52 Event

When we had contacted the Long Island Press, it was to help reach out to more families of children with autism who would benefit from being apart of our organization. We are very grateful to the Long Island Press for doing the article because we were able to reach more families and more sponsors!
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