Easter Seals Midwest is a not-for-profit, registered 501(c)(3) organization that is committed to helping individuals with developmental disabilities – including autism – learn, live, work and participate in the community. Easter Seals Midwest employs more than 1,400 staff members, operates a budget of $50 million and delivers services to more than 4,000 individuals across the…
AANE works with individuals, families, and professionals to help people with ASD build meaningful, connected lives.
Spectrum College Transition Program is a post-secondary, residential transition program for young men and women with Asperger’s Syndrome and High Functioning Autism.
Allies, Inc. is a non-profit agency dedicated to providing housing, healthcare, meaningful employment and recreational opportunities to people with special needs in the communities of their choice.
The Autism Project, led by a group of parents and professionals, works to educate parents and caregivers on best practices for supporting individuals with autism; trains teachers, speech therapists and other professionals; and offers direct services to individuals with autism as well as support services to their families. Its websites offers information and resources on…
Autism Action Partnership, in collaboration with its community partners, provides direct support for individuals diagnosed on the Autism Spectrum and their families.
The mission of Exceptional Parents Unlimited (EPU) is to strengthen and empower children and families facing extraordinary medical, developmental, and parenting challenges.
Autism Research and Resources of Oregon (ARRO) is a non-profit organization dedicated, in part, to developing, and maintaining, the ARRO Westside Center so it can continue to provide the Autism community with a place to meet, share ideas, offer support, and provide autism-related services.
PACTT is a non-profit social service agency in Illinois that provides comprehensive, person-centered programs for individuals with autism.
PACE is an organization that serves individuals with autism and other developmental disabilities living in the San Francisco Bay area. It offers residential and educational programs and services for individuals of all ages. This website provides information about PACE’s programs, events and e-newsletter.