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Autism Resource List

I wanted to have a list of resources for parents on my site. I will get it started and you can add to it by leaving a comment with the name, website and description. You can provide a resource for support, education, learning products, therapy, and anything else that is Autism related. I will add it to the list and then delete your post (no offense, just to let myself know that if there is a comment, I need to add an item to the list). Thank you.


Support and Information

AANE: Asperger’s Association of New England

Pathfinders for Autism

The Benedictine School in Ridgely, Md., a
comprehensive, residential program for intectually disabled students,
which serves many children and adults with autism.

Community Services for Autistic Adults and Children, which is the largest
provider in the United States serving individuals with autism exclusively
with comprehensive programs from early childhood through retirement.

It’s mission is: “To enable individuals with autism to achieve their highest
potential and contribute as confident individuals to their community.”

Train 4 Autism, an organization dedicated to bringing together a community of athletes, physically active, and socially conscious people who are committed to raising awareness and funds for research and treatment for those living with Autism and their families.

The New Jersey Council on Developmental Disabilities set up, an online venue for people to compliment or
criticize positive or negative examples of treatment of people with
developmental disabilities.

STAR (Sensory Therapies And Research) CenterSTAR Center – Hope and help for you or your child can begin right now. E-mail to get

Sensory Processing Disorder Foundation | Research, Education and …The Sensory Processing Disorder Foundation focuses on research, education, and advocacy related to Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD), a complex disorder of the

Physical Therapist Source – comprehensive list of physical therapists

Talk Institute and School

The TALK Institute and School, formerly the Magnolia School, is a center for the education of children with autism and language disorders outside Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Autism Speaks

Autism Society of America

Defeat Autism Now!

Dr. Nancy Mullan

Doris Rapp

Alternative Mental Health

Anxiety Wellness Mentor

Organization for Autism Research

Digital Voice Tech

Cambium Learning


ClickN Kids


Educational & Organizational Websites


Educational Toys and Learning Aides
Excited 2 Learn,, develops and sells fun, interactive charts, games, and schedules, with the goal to help individuals learn and engage with their environment.


Different Roads to Learning

Model Me Kids

TOOBEEZ Building Toy

Advanced Brain Technology

Other Autism Sites


Pump It Up Party

Bounce for Autism

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2 comments to Autism Resource List

  • Hello,
    My website is Autism Learn, and the address is
    This is an overview of the website and it’s contents:

    We have designed and developed skill building learning activities that are purposeful, visually based, structured, organized, new and exciting. Our activities can assist to help target the development of different basic skills and can be used in schools, at home, or by therapists. We are dedicated to making visually structured activities designed to help develop multiple skills for persons with autism. Many of our activities contain different levels, creating a connected learning hierarchy. Learn by doing – then progress to each higher level to expand learned skills.

    I hope you will consider linking the Autism Learn website to Autism Learning Felt website as a resource for parents. Thank you.

    Carol Rudd

  • Hi,

    I currently work for Products for Autism and we are ready to announce our new website, and thought this might be of interest to you and your readers, as it provides an easy and intuitive way for your readers to find autism products and professional resources for autism. You can review our website at If you find our website to be of value to you and your readers, I’d appreciate it if you could add it to your page or announce it to your readers at your own discretion.

    Please let me know if the above provides you with the information you need to review and consider our new section for linking. I’m available Monday to Friday 9am-5pm MST, and can be contacted via telephone at my direct line (208) 890-0408 and also by my direct email

    Best wishes,

    Blake Smith, Owner
    Products For Autism

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