Educating yourself and others about Autism is a critical way to assist with the education and development of the individual with Autism and to help society understand the nature of this common developmental disorder.
Promotes community involvement of individuals with autism spectrum disorders through education, advocacy, and public awareness campaigns. The ASA Web site lists state and local chapters and provides resources for parents, including legislative information, and answers to frequently asked questions from parents about autism spectrum disorders
The National Autism Society (United Kingdom) (information available in various languages)
A charity in the UK that helps advocate for the rights and interest of all people with an autism spectrum disorder. This society provides help, support and services. This Web site contains information about autism spectrum disorders as well as various services and activities.
Dr. Johnson shares her life experiences from the perspective as a Mother, certified Waldorf teacher, and have been a Behavioral and Developmental Pediatrician for more than 22 [email protected] youandyourchildshealth.org. Which is a library of health information about raising children and creating a healthier family life. This Living Book also contains personal stories about the joys and triumphs, as well as the struggles and challenges, we face as parents. It is made freely available as a public service.
Is a company with a big heart, and a big mission: To help environmentally sensitive people find optimal nutrition, especially with regard to detoxification, digestion and the brain. They have more than 10 years of experience in supporting individuals with autism, ADD/HD, and sensitive people of all ages.
Autism Spectrum Disorders: Racial Disparities and Treatment (Psychology Today –The Race to Good Health Blog
ONLINE AUTISM INFORMATION
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