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.
The Washington State Fathers Network (WSFN) connects men with other dads, resources, information and education. Focus is on assisting fathers as they work to become more competent and compassionate caregivers for their children with special needs. WSFN has a chapter network that exists throughout the state of Washington. Each chapter runs their own set of…
Vermont Family Network (VFN) provides families of individuals with autism living in Vermont with information, resources, referrals and assistance.
PACTT is a non-profit social service agency in Illinois that provides comprehensive, person-centered programs for individuals with autism.
The Vermont Transition Guide is a best practice guide for young adults with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) as they transition to adulthood.
This non-profit organization provides training, advocacy and support for individuals with autism and their family members. It conducts monthly meetings, events and activities for the entire family. Its website offers up-to-date information on events, resources, medical providers, and trainings throughout El Paso.
The Autism Support Center empowers families who have a member with autism or other developmental disabilities by providing current, accurate, and unbiased information about autism, services, referrals, resources, and research trends.
This organization provides resources and support to families of children with developmental disabilities and assists them in navigating the special education system.