Our Offerings

T.A.C.T. invites children

to move out of fear

and self-doubt into,

“I got this!”

~TACT Parent

At T.A.C.T., our services are unique and custom tailored. Our goal is to reach the entire community. Our mobile component sets up workshops and classes in coordination with local churches, schools, recreational centers, camps and parents. In addition, we host night and weekend classes throughout the month in our Denver RiNo facility. We teach a variety of trade skills specifically to individuals on the Autism Spectrum. The best part? The students get to keep what they make!



Night/Weekend Classes: Register Here!

Our class sizes are limited to 6 students each. Please sign up in advance online to reserve your spot. Class signups are closed 24 hours prior to scheduled time to allow for teacher preparation. Thank you for your understanding!


Video Game Design

Saturday, December 2nd, 10 - 11:30 am

Teacher: AELA MASON | Ages 9+  -- Students will use their imaginations and the program, Scratch, to create their own video games!

Online scheduling

12216 Auto Class

Auto Mechanics

Saturday, December 2nd & 16th, 1 - 3 pm

Teacher: Danny Combs | Ages 13 - 22 
It's time to restore the Corvair! Projects will cover engine restoration and electrical systems. This is a wonderful opportunity to learn a variety of trade skills at the same time and to provide real life experience.

Online scheduling


Instrument Building

Saturday, December 9th & 16th

Teacher: Danny Combs | Ages 8 - 16 -- This is the perfect class for any fan of music. Students get to make and keep a musical instrument. In this exciting class students will learn a variety of woodworking skills to build their very own ukulele!

Online scheduling



Sunday, December 17th 12 - 1:30 pm

Teacher: Brian Johnson | Ages 10+  Take your turn behind the camera and learn the basics of photography with professional photographer, Brian Johnson of Brian Johnson Photo.

Online scheduling



Saturdays, December 23rd & 30th, 10 - 11:30 am

Teacher: Danny Combs | Ages: 12-18 
In an ongoing project, students will develop woodworking and tool techniques through a larger project. Skills learned: Framing, hanging doors, installing windows, roofing, and more!

Online scheduling


Audio Engineering

Saturday, December 23rd & 30th, 1 - 2:30 pm

Teacher: Danny Combs | Ages 10+  In this exciting class students will create their own songs and learn how to engineer sound. Students will be using exciting softwares like GarageBand and Ableton in addition to using MIDI controllers and launchpads.

Online scheduling



Saturdays, December 23rd & 30th, 4 - 5:30 pm

Ages: 16-21 -- This class is limited to three students and students will learn about the safety of using welding equipment and get an introduction into creating metal art.

Online scheduling



TACT Classes for High School Credit

  • Automotive Service Technology
  • Carpenter's Apprentice
  • Computer Science
  • Automotive Service Technology

    The ability to diagnose problems with engines as well as mechanical or electrical systems is highly in demand and affords many opportunities. The satisfaction of implementing the needed repairs makes this career challenging, stimulating and financially rewarding. Students in the Automotive Service Technology program work on a variety of cars, trucks and vehicles for a in-depth and thorough automotive education.
  • Carpenter's Apprentice

    Carpentry students will develop skills in layout blueprint reading, safe hand and power tool usage, form working, finish work and framing. Additional experience will be gained in furniture, cabinetry and form development.
  • Computer Science

    TACT’s Computer Science program introduces students to the software, hardware, and networking components of the Information Technology (IT) field. Our approach is very hards-on, individualized and holistic. We learn how the hardware is built, wired and designed before we use the software to program it.
  • Automotive Service Technology
  • Carpenter's Apprentice
  • Computer Science


Mobile Classes

TACT will bring the projects to YOU

by partnering with local hosts such as

community centers, schools, churches,

camps and parents.

Contact us for more details!


Community Development 

We are happy to now offer:

  • Professional development trainings
  • Advocacy for inclusive work environments
  • Workplace consultations 

Contact us for more information!

Frequently Asked Questions

Do you only teach children with Autism Spectrum Disorder?

Yes, our mission is for this amazing community and their families.

Who are your founders?

T.A.C.T. was founded in 2016 by Danny and Claire Combs

Do you have an office?

Yes, we are located at 2900 Brighton Blvd in Denver, Colorado's RiNo District. In addition to the classes that we hold there, we are also a mobile program that partners with local businesses, churches, recreation centers, families and organizations. We can come to you or a partnered location in our awesome 1958 Chevrolet Panel Truck!

Do the students get to keep everything they make?

Yes! Students get to keep all the projects they make. The only exception is the small engine repair and auto mechanics courses where students are working on a community project or an electronics class where students use equipment and robots to learn with.

What is your non-profit tax ID number?

TACT Kids, Inc. is a Federal 501(c)(3). Our FEIN is 81-3015819.

Can we get a tax deductible donation if we donate to TACT?

Yes! Please contact us for details.

We’re interested in hosting a course and partnering with you. Who do we contact?

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Do you have a Board of Directors?

Yes! Check out Our Story for more information.

We’d like to donate tools and supplies for your program. How do we do that?

Thank you! Please contact us first with the details of your donation so we can be on the lookout for it. Our mailing address is: TACT Kids, Inc. PO Box 11056 Denver, CO 80211

Are the projects hard?

We teach a variety of different levels. We have patient and kind teachers. We teach tool safety first. We believe it is important for the students to respect the tools and the materials. The projects may be hard, but they’ll be rewarding and hopefully spark a lifelong interest or career.

Will the kids get dirty?

Yes and no. If they’re working on an engine – then yes. If they’re knitting a stress ball – then no. We’ll provide information upon registration about the proper attire.

Do parents need to be present?

Yes, we ask that each child has a parent or guardian present throughout the class time. Summer Camps and for-credit classes are the exception to this rule.

I’m not sure if my child can handle your course, what should we do?

Before each course we spend time on the phone talking with each parent, asking questions and trying to learn about your kiddo. You know them best and can provide us with the insight to help them be successful. We’re willing to work hard to make it happen!

My child is nonverbal, is that OK?

Absolutely. We speak with parents before the courses and we’ll make the proper arrangements to help them be successful.

Other questions?

Please contact us!

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