Autism Resources

Looking for resources or help to expand or develop social skills in children with autism, ASD, Apserger's or related disorders? Search our extensive resource section for all information pertaining to "social skills".

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.

Autism Partnership UK

With more than 35 years as recognized experts in the treatment of Autism, Autism Partnership’s leadership team are the Original Autism Pioneers™. Our senior staff started their work together back in the 1970’s at the UCLA Young Autism Project. Under the mentoring of Autism Pioneer Dr. Ivar Lovaas, John McEachin, Ron Leaf, Mitch Taubman, Tracee Parker, Sandy Slater and Andi Waks learned their profession. Our treatment team offers you a scientifically proven methodology individualized to maximize your child’s progress.

ConnectTra Society

Dedicated to encouraging and enabling people with physical disabilities to contribute to their communities by fostering community support and establishing relationships that reward personally and financially.

Friend 2 Friend Social Learning Society – North Vancouver

A not-for-profit organization formed in 2002 for the purpose of promoting mutually rewarding friendships between children with autism spectrum and related social-communicative disorders and their peers, classmates and siblings. Our goal is to help children develop to the best of their abilities through the play and socialization that results from these friendships.

Happy Kids Holidays

A non profit making association (1901) aimed at supporting families with children and teenagers with Autistic Spectrum Disorders who want to come on holiday in France.

Keys for Learning

We use a range of techniques, underpinned by the evidence-based principles of Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA), to teach skills that are underdeveloped. Target areas include communication, play skills, social skills, adaptive living skills and school skills.

Live, Work, Play Ottawa

Support people with intellectual disabilities to have a good life. This means living in a real home, being a part of a welcoming community, enjoying healthy relationships with other people, and making a meaningful contribution to society.

Tremploy Inc.

A non-profit organization that provides adults who have an intellectual disability with vocational training, life skills training, life enrichment, and support services.

Vela Microboard Association

Vela Microboard Association dedicates itself to honouring the rights of, and eliminating the barriers for, people with disabilities. This includes the right to freedom, equality, control over their own lives, and to be fully included as valued citizens in the relationships and the opportunities of community life.