Autism Resources

Just a few of the many resources available

Autism Society of America

ASA is dedicated to increasing public awareness about autism and the day-to-day issues faced by individuals with autism, their families and the professionals with whom they interact. The Society and its chapters share a common mission of providing information and education, and supporting research and advocating for programs and services for the autism community.

Autism Resources

A comprehensive list of links with information on autism and Asperger's Syndrome.

Autism & PDD Support Network

Information and support network for those coping with children with Autism spectrum disorders.

Autism Navigator

A unique collection of web-based tools and courses that uses extensive video footage to bridge the gap between science and community practice - contains lots of tips and educational material for parents.

Autism Research Institute

Umbrella site for several autism-related organizations.  The mission of the Autism Research Institute is to improve the health and well-being of people on the autism spectrum through research and the education of professionals, those who are affected and their families.

Very exhaustive list of links on the following:

  • General Resources
  • Additional Links
  • Oregon Websites
  • Subgroups and related disorders
  • Nutrition related
  • Education/Intervention
  • Research

Arizona Office for Americans with Disabilities - Autism Resources

Brief overview of Autism with many links to additional educational resources

Madison House Autism Foundation

The mission of the Madison House Autism Foundation is to provide support, opportunities and hope to adults with autism and their families. Contains great resources for parents on housing, jobs, etc.

Project Lifesaver

Project Lifesaver assists families and caregivers of individuals with autism spectrum disorders, Down syndrome, Alzheimer’s disease and related conditions and disabilities. Project Lifesaver clients wear a wrist or ankle band that emits a silent tracking signal. When caregivers notify the Sheriff’s Office that a loved one is missing, a search and rescue team comprised of specifically trained sheriff’s deputies responds to the area with state-of-the-art tracking equipment.The program has a 100 percent track record of locating wandering adults and children and bringing them home.