Wings for Autism™ Gives Kids With Autism an Airport “Test Run”

Wings for Autism™ is an airport “rehearsal” specially designed for individuals with autism spectrum disorders, their families and aviation professionals.

Autism NOW Answer Series #31: How and what should I talk to my doctor about?

Here is the thirty-first video in our Autism NOW Answer Series, embedded below. The previous videos can be viewed on our YouTube channel.

Video: What Is Autism?

Video blog by Self-Advocates Becoming Empowered. This video blog was made by people with autism to answer the question, “What is Autism?”

Our most popular webinars now available for only $10 each!

Browse the entire catalog and take advantage of the opportunity to attend these online learning sessions at your convenience.

Video: SABE Call to Close Institutions

Max Barrows, Nicole LeBlanc, and other leaders of Self Advocates Becoming Empowered (SABE) discuss their opinions on closing institutions.

Autism NOW Answer Series #30: What does the law say about getting married for an individual with an ASD?

Here is the thirtieth video in our Autism NOW Answer Series, embedded below.

Wings for Autism Video

The Port of Seattle has produced a wonderful video on The Arc’s Wings for Autism program. Check out the inside look at the recent event at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport!

Autism NOW Answer Series #29: Tips for planning a vacation for individuals with an ASD

Here is the twenty-ninth video in our Autism NOW Answer Series, embedded below.

New I/DD Toolkit Now Available

The I/DD Toolkit now available from the Vanderbilt Kennedy Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities offers health care providers best-practice tools and a wealth of information regarding specific medical and behavioral concerns of adults with I/DD, including resources for patients and families. The toolkit can be found at

Video: Tips for Healthcare Professionals

Nicole LeBlanc of Self Advocates Becoming Empowered (SABE) discusses various tips for healthcare professionals in working with people with autism and other developmental disabilities.