Autism Resources in the US
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Autism Resources in United States

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

Interactive Collaborative Autism Network (ICAN)

The site is a collaborative effort among three states: the State Departments of Education of Connecticut (CT) and Minnesota (MN) and the University of Kansas (KU) to use the World Wide Web (WWW) as a means of supporting and facilitating training. Started in Fall 2000, the site was developed to disseminate information about characteristics, assessment, and research-based interventions and services for children and youth with autism spectrum disorder (ASD).

Interagency Autism Coordinating Committee (IACC)

A Federal advisory committee that coordinates all efforts within the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) concerning autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Through its inclusion of both Federal and public members, the IACC helps to ensure that a wide range of ideas and perspectives are represented and discussed in a public forum.

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.

LADDERS

The Autism Research Foundation is a non-profit orgnaization dedicated to researching the neurological underpinnings of autism and other related developmental brain disorders.

Let’s Play Project

For many young children with disabilities, play is often limited. The Let’s Play! Projects look to provide families with ways to play through the use of assistive technology.

Linda Hodgdon

Linda’s newly designed website has some terrific offerings. She has a free newsletter called Visual Buzz, which is geared for anyone working with developmental disabilities. One part of the website is dedicated to printable visual strategy information. You can also e-mail your questions to Linda.

M.I.N.D. Institute

UC Davis M.I.N.D. Institute offers families new hope in unraveling the mystery that has long surrounded autism and autism spectrum disorders, fragile X syndrome, and other developmental disorders.

Macy’s Autism Pals

Parents of 3 boys with autism who train service dogs for children with autism. They deliver our dogs anywhere in the USA as well as train the families getting the dogs.

National Center for Complimentary and Alternative Medicine

NCCAM is dedicated to exploring complementary and alternative healing practices in the context of rigorous science, training complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) researchers, and disseminating authoritative information to the public and professionals

Our People Work

The ServiceSource Network is an affiliation of four not-for-profit organizations with the same mission – to provide individuals with disabilities an exceptional service delivery experience through innovative and valued employment, training, rehabilitation and support services.

Out-of-Sync-Child

Author Carol Kranowitz’s website. Carol specializes in sensory integration dysfunction.