The Sibling Research Consortium is a collaborative effort of researchers from several universities to conduct research on life span experiences and outcomes for siblings that belong to families that include individuals with disabilities and more.
The Sibling Support Project is dedicated to the life-long concerns of brothers and sisters of people who have health, developmental, or mental health concerns.
The website of the RRTC on Aging with Developmental Disabilities: Lifespan Health and Function located at the University of Illinois at Chicago.
This website presents contact information for centers that provide training and information to families of infants, children, adolescents, and young adults from birth through age 26 with all types of disabilities.
PACER Center (Parent Advocacy Coalition for Educational Rights) works to connect parents in order to enhance the quality of life of children and young adults with disabilities.
The Oakland University Center for Autism Research, Education and Support (OUCARES) provides programs for teachers, individuals, and their families living with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).
The resources provided on this website provide information that can be applicable to the transition process of a student with a developmental disability, including autism.
The National Inclusion Project is an organization that partners with communities and inclusive programs in the community to help raise awareness about the possibilities and expanded opportunities brought about through inclusive programming.
This website provides information about what an Individual Education Plan (IEP) is and more.
This website, put in place by the National Dissemination Center for Children with Disabilities, not only provides the text of the IDEA act and related education laws that impact children with disabilities (including No Child Left Behind) but also includes step-by-step guides, fact sheets, links to state resources, and descriptions of effective practices for parents regarding inclusive education.