In this video, Liz Laugeson, from UCLA’s PEERS Program at The Help Group in Los Angeles, discusses the process of flirting.
The Society for Accessible Travel & Hospitality (SATH) is an educational nonprofit membership organization whose mission is to raise awareness of the needs of all travelers with disabilities.
The ART of AUTISM is a collaborative project that connects artists and performers of all ages on the autism spectrum with opportunities and venues to showcase their varied talents.
Individuals can use this tool to search for day, overnight and family camps serving children and adults with disabilities.
Website: Discover Camp: Considerations for Sending Your Child with a Disability to Camp for the First Time
This website is designed to help parents of children with disabilities in selecting a camp for their child for the first time.
Guide: Indiana Resource Center for Autism – Making Choices: Exploring Campus Recreational and Social Opportunities
This guide is intended to help college students with autism and other developmental disabilities navigate through the diﬀerent steps associated with ﬁnding new recreational activities on campus.
Through the arts, the Autism Acceptance Project seeks social acceptance, inclusion and equality for individuals with autism.
Autism Radio is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to raising public awareness about autism.
This publication features specially selected toys that encourage play for children with physical, cognitive or developmental disabilities.
This document reveals and quantifies key findings from Easter Seals’ study relating to financial planning, education, family life, independence, recreation and other areas.