This article will introduce you to housing supports for people with autism and other developmental disabilities, and give you tips to help you navigate the process.
Learn how to navigate disclosing autism and/or other developmental disabilities in this article.
Autistic people, irrespective of specific diagnosis, are at extreme risk for bullying and abuse throughout their lives. Learn how to counter and cope with bullying in this article.
Find out more about Individualized Education Program (IEP) process and how to navigate it.
Learn more about Developmental relationship-based or developmental social-pragmatic approaches to educating children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. These are systematic approaches to teaching children with autism grounded in theories of human development and developmental pragmatics.
Learn more about accommodations and accessibility in housing.
Learn more about neurodiversity – short for “neurological diversity” – a concept that refers to the many and varied types of brains that human beings have.
This article introduces you to the The Children with Special Health Care Needs program, how to apply and basic eligibility criteria.
Contemporary Applied Behavior Analysis Approaches is a term that was coined by in 1998 to describe behavioral approaches that incorporate naturalistic and developmental practices into their approach.
SNAP/Food Stamps is run by United States Department of Agriculture and is an entitlement program which means if you meet the criteria you are entitled to the benefit. The name of the program was changed to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program on October 1, 2008 to reflect changes in the program including an increase in the benefit amount and a new emphasis on nutrition.