We empower all people living with Autism by providing a community where they can access resources and connect through social programs and educational events.
People with Autism have opportunity to live a meaningful life by engaging in their community.
Parents in Toto Autism Resource Center
A place where people living with Autism are empowered to connect and thrive!
Since 2008, Parents in Toto has been a place individuals and families can turn to for help as they navigate the challenges of Autism.
Set in a welcoming, cozy community center in Zelienople, PA, Toto provides two key areas of assistance: support and resources through support group meetings, resource materials, referrals, guidance, and helpful products; and skills and social engagement through educational classes, skills development programs, young adult clubs, and creative activity groups.
All programs and services are provided at no cost and are available to anyone living with Autism or related conditions, regardless of income level. This is made possible by the generosity of donors as well as grant funding. As a nonprofit organization, Toto relies on donor support to continue serving and empowering our families, friends, and neighbors living with Autism.
Unlike clinical settings, there is no paperwork or clinical process at Toto and no appointment is needed. No medical treatment is provided, though an abundance of healing is experienced as individuals and families are met where they are and celebrated AS they ARE.
Beautifully woven in to each program/service are Toto’s Guiding Principles: Creating community and belonging that encourages us to embrace our authentic selves; Sharing the depth of our experience and knowledge to mentor and support each other, professionals, and our children; and Celebrating our children as they are and empowering them to live happy and joyful lives.
We invite you to visit our center and experience for yourself the community, the connection, the camaraderie that is Toto.
Meet The Toto Team
2021-2022 Board of Directors
President • Donald Brezina
Controller, Crews Control, Inc. & parent of son living with autism
Vice President • Cheryl Irwin
Student, University of Pittsburgh Social Work Masters Program & parent of a daughter living with autism
Treasurer • John Limbacher
Finance Manager, Printpack & parent of son living with autism
Secretary • Tammi Morton
Project Coordinator, PEAL Center & parent of a daughter living with autism
Director/Development Committee Chair • Angelica Perry
Director of Development & Communications, Latino Community Center
Director • Allison Broaddrick MT-BC
Founder & Board-Certified Music Therapist, Three Rivers Music Therapy, LLC