Blog: Anonymously Autistic

Anonymously Autistic is a blog written by a late diagnosed Autistic adult. Topics covered include coping with having a job and living in the real world independently.

Website: Facebook Page: Arkansas Autism Network

This Facebook page is an on-line and discussion group whose purpose is to bridge the gap between the individual autism support groups and maintain communication regarding autism related issues.

Article: The Ultimate Job Relocation Guide for the Newly Hired

MyMove’s study found that “new job/transfer’ was among the top five reasons people move.

Guide: The Boggs Center on Developmental Disabilities: Being a Healthy Adult: How to Advocate for Your Health and Health Care

This guide focuses on transition in a healthcare context. It provides information and tools for self-advocates to assist them in their health care decisions.

Guide: The Boggs Center on Developmental Disabilities: Keeping It Real: How to Get the Supports You Need for the Life You Want

This curriculum teaches students that knowing how to get supports is a problem-solving skill they will use again and again throughout their lives.

Webpage: AUCD: A Collaborative Interagency, Interdisciplinary Approach to Transition from Adolescence to Adulthood

This paper aims to promote a dialogue among key stakeholders and to facilitate their engagement in pursuing a more comprehensive, coordinated, supportive, and successful transition process for youth with disabilities from adolescence to young adulthood.

Website: provides information from various government agencies on what bullying is, what cyberbullying is, who is at risk, and how you can prevent and respond to bullying.

Guide: ASAN: Transition to Adulthood: A Health Care Guide for Youth and Families

This guide is intended to help young people with disabilities and their families plan for the transition to adulthood in health care contexts.

Video: Chris Klein: Building Relationships through the Tools of Communication

This video tells a story of how one young man uses Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) to perform daily tasks and live independently in his community.

Website: The Arc’s National Center on Criminal Justice & Disability

The Arc’s National Center on Criminal Justice and Disability (NCCJD) is the first national effort of its kind to bring together both victim and suspect/ offender issues involving people with I/DD under one roof.