Easter Seals offers services and support to children and adults living with autism and other disabilities.
The Arc of Indiana advocates for individuals with developmental or intellectual disabilities.
HANDS in Autism is an intensive training program for professionals working with children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder.
As an affiliate of Illinois State University, The Autism Place provides home-based as well as clinical intervention for children and their families.
The Arc of Illinois supports individuals with intellectual or developmental disabilities and their families by providing information, trainings, advocacy and linkages to support groups and services.
Illinois State University compiles a list of useful autism resources for families living in the state.
The Center on Disabilities and Human Development (CDHD), which is Idaho’s University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities, participates in direct services, community training, research, dissemination of information and interdisciplinary training.
Easter Seals delivers information and services to individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).
The Autism Society offers information about local events and community resources for those living in Idaho.
AutismLink gathers information from different organizations and creates a database for parents who are seeking resources, supports or services for their child.