Other Disabilities Resources in United States

Links to resources and organizations that help support individuals in the United States, with Autism, ASD, and related disorders.

AccessWorks

Document Accessibility and User Experience Testing initiative that employs people with disabilities. If you want your PDF and MS Office documents repaired so that they’re accessible, or if you want real-world user feedback about the usability of your site, our highly trained AccessWorks team can help, just ask.

Am Vans (Adaptive Mobility Systems)

Handicap Vans, Wheelchair Vans, Accessible Vans with Wheelchair Lifts and Ramp Van Conversions for Sale. Every New or Used Handicapped Vehicle is Equipped with a New Wheelchair Accessible Handicap Conversion.

American Hyperlexia Association

A non-profit organization comprised of parents and relatives of children with hyperlexia, speech and language professionals, education professionals, and other concerned individuals with the common goal of identifying hyperlexia, promoting and facilitating effective teaching techniques both at home and at school, and educating the general public as to the existence of the syndrome called hyperlexia.

Association of University Centers on Disabilities (AUCD)

Through its members, AUCD is a resource for local, state, national, and international agencies, organizations, and policy makers concerned about people living with developmental and other disabilities and their families

Brain Advance

Advanced sensory learning program that stimulates, builds and nourishes the brain.  Effects lasting learning and brain functioning by retraining neurological pathways through light, sound, motion, olfactory, touch, electromagnetic & magnetic fields, and nutrition. Powerful program that gets lasting results.

Center for Collaborative Problem Solving

Under the direction of Drs. Ross Greene and Stuart Ablon, the Center provides clinical services, training, and consultation to assist education, mental health, and medical professionals and parents in understanding and implementing the Collaborative Problem Solving (CPS) approach.

Education-A-Must

A non-profit corporation providing advocate services for the child or youth with physical, emotional, behavioral, or learning disabilities. Our goal is to assist parents and caregivers in finding help for the child with special needs. EAM works with local, state and federal agencies to secure the necessary services and education for all who qualify.

First Signs

Our organization aims to educate parents, healthcare providers, early childhood educators, and other professionals in order to ensure the best developmental outcome for every child. Our goals are to improve screening and referral practices and to lower the age at which young children are identified with autism and other developmental disorders.

Icon Talk

We are a company dedicated to visual teaching strategies and support for persons with autism and other special learning challenges. Our primary goal is to promote independent functioning across developmental areas, including academic, vocational, communication, daily living, and play and leisure.

Institute for Applied Behavioral Analysis

Co-founded in 1981 by Dr. Gary W. LaVigna and Dr. Thomas J. Willis, The Institute for Applied Behavior Analysis (IABA) provides behavior management services, supported employment, supported living and supported educational services to individuals with developmental disabilities in Southern California.

Jenny’s SPD Connection

SPD Connection is devoted to helping kids with special needs by providing information and services to Educators, Healthcare Professionals and Parents working with children with disabilities.

K12 Academics

A National Education & Disability Resource website with a community based approach. We cover every county, city and town in the U.S. If you are looking for a web site or information on a school, organization, museum, consultant, library, camp, study abroad program or support in your area you can find it here. The site also serves as a great resource for Teachers, Parents, Students, Professionals & District Officials in the K-12 Education system with extensive information on various topics in education and disabilities.