Redding, CA

Community Program

Enterprise High School

3411 Churn Crk Road

Redding, California 96002

Program Dates

Spring 2024 - Session Concluded

We are in the planning process for our next session. Please complete the interest form below to be notified when registration is open.

Financial Info


ACEing Autism strives to keep costs affordable for families and can provide an ACEing Autism scholarship to families in financial need. We also offer information on the Dick’s Sporting Goods Grant for those that qualify.

Program Directors

Tony Chang

I have been at Shasta Ortho for 14 years and prior to that I was the team physician at University of Nevado, Reno where I did my fellowship also. I did residency at Mercy medical center in Redding and I am currently a teaching attending for residents and medical students for UC Davis. I coach tennis lesson regularly and have two highly nationally ranked tennis kids right now (one top 50 in country and 5 stars, other #131 in the country) and Karina was formally nationally ranked too. I am an active member, speaker with USPTA, American Medical Tennis Association, and Society for tennis Medicine and Science. Tennis medicine is my subspecialty and I help out with USTA, WTA, ATP, ITF with their injury protocols and help out with professional ITF events and travel to consult for Taiwan’s tennis national team.

Karina Chang

Karina Chang is currently a Junior in high school at University Preparatory School. After volunteering at the ACEing Autism chapter in Elk Grove, and seeing the incredible difference she was able to make in the lives of players and parents, she decided to start a chapter in her own city. Karina is also a three-sport varsity athlete in tennis, volleyball, and track. She has been awarded NAL League Most Valuable Player in tennis and Section Champion in tennis. She was also a formerly nationally ranked junior tennis player until she decided to focus on volleyball and her love for team sports. Off court, she is a member of her city’s Teenage Advisory Board and her school’s Interact Club in which she enjoys helping the local underserved youth.

Rebecca Berg

I started working with ACEing Autism in Palm Beach, Florida, in 2012, where I was one of the assistant instructors for 2 years. Since moving to New Jersey I hadn’t gotten the opportunity to work with ACEing again until the fall of 2022, when I started as director of the program at Orange Lawn Tennis Club. I have over fifteen years experience teaching tennis and am currently the assistant director of racquets at Orange Lawn. I’m excited to again be a part of the ACEing Autism organization and to run clinics for the community during both fall and spring.