This website provides an explanation of the Developmental, Individual Difference, Relationship-based (DIR/Floortime) framework.
This website offers information, resources, and communication opportunities for people with autism and other disabilities, their families, and professionals. The information provided in this website includes resources on specific diagnoses, assistive technologies, recreational activities, education, health issues, media and literature, and worship. View the Website – Family Village.
This organization works to educate parents, professionals, and consumers of early interventions by providing accurate, scientifically-sound information about autism and its treatment.
The ALLIANCE National Parent Technical Assistance Center provides technical assistance to Parent Centers by developing products and tools to assist families and children with disabilities; offering training events; and offering assistance with strategic planning, technology, and business partnerships.
Advance CLASS is a non-profit organization dedicated to the implementation of a strong and vital long-term services and supports program.
This website connects you to American Association of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities’ Environmental Health Initiative.
This webpage describes the core aspects of Pivotal Response Training by the University of San Diego.
This webpage outlines the diversity and cultural competency position of TASH, an advocacy organization for people with disabilities.
This website provides the details for the cultural framework that the National Center for Cultural Competence uses to underpin their activities and resources.
This webpage describes what Early Intensive Behavioral Intervention entails.