Autism Resources Includes many useful links, a FAQ, advice to parents, and book recommendations on autism. The site is updated regularly with an easy, simple-to-use interface and design. Preview Website -
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Autism Society Autism Society of America (ASA) is the leading voice and resource of the entire autism community in education, advocacy, services, research and support. ASA, a chapter and member-based organization, is committed to meaningful participation and self-determination in all aspects of life for individuals on the autism spectrum and their families. ASA accomplishes its ongoing mission through close collaboration with a successful network of chapters, members, supporters and organizations. Preview Website -
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Fact Sheet on Autism, Asperger's Syndrome and Related Disorders--A Guide for Parents Autism-help is the work of Barry Morris, an Australian social worker with web skills and a social conscience. The site contains an extensive array of free articles on autism, aspergers and pervasive developmental disorders. Parents of children with these disorders will find articles on diagnosis, treatment, communication, behaviour and learning and where to find support. As with any of these kinds of sites, readers should use the information as a guide only and seek professional advice for confirmation. Preview Website -
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IAN Project - Autism Spectrum Disorder research and communityTop Rated What is the IAN Project?
IAN, the Interactive Autism Network, is an innovative online project designed to accelerate the pace of autism research by linking researchers and families. Anyone impacted by an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) can become part of IAN's online community to stay informed about autism research, provide feedback, and make their voices heard.
In addition, families of children with an ASD can share information in a secure online setting and become part of the nation's largest online research effort. As a result, researchers will obtain valuable data, explain findings, and collaborate with families and one another. This dynamic exchange could lead to new discoveries about causes, diagnosis, treatments, and a possible cure for this puzzling group of disorders. Preview Website -
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The Autism Acceptance ProjectTop Rated The Autism Acceptance Project (TAAP) seeks to “promote acceptance of and accommodations for autistic people in society”. TAAP organizes and promotes events for the public in order to paint a more positive view of autism in the community. The TAAP website provides a central portal for TAAP’s services, which include a regular blog, newsletter, magazine, volunteering opportunities, extensive autism resources, contributions from autistic artists/writers, discussion forum and an event calendar. Advised and headed by health professionals and people with autism and asperger spectrum disorders, the TAAP website is an excellent resource for professionals and consumers in the area of autism. Preview Website -
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