Autism Fundraiser~is a terrific place to find 'special gifts' for teachers, aides, friends and family. They offer a variety of items including greeting cards, notecards, t-shirts, CD's, books, cookbooks, and more. Many original works of art.
Autism Society of America (ASA)~Serving the needs of individuals with autism and their families through advocacy, education, public awareness and research since 1965
BHARE Foundation~is a virtual encyclopedia of treatments, research, and therapies on going in the field of Autism. With regular updates, online discussion and valuable links, they provide a better understanding of the technical side of the spectrum.
DLAM~Project Goals and Teaching Tools. Promoting acceptance of those who are different because of their 'special needs' in both the school and at home.
Handspeak~Largest on-line visual language dictionary. Learn a sign a day!
Hugs Feel Good~Richard W. Carlson Jr. writes books about his Autistic/Savant brother, Kevin. Kevin Carlson illustrates them! The site offers a great selection of links and resources as well as a variety reading materials.
Kim Flower's Homepage ~is a cheerful site with lots of '80s subjects and art. It is also the source of first hand information and insights on 'aspergers syndrom'. Kim has a special interest in 'mentoring' and has some great resources in that area.
S.M.A.R.T. Dogs~S.M.A.R.T. Dogs' mission is to promote understanding and appreciation of the human-canine bond through: Service to the community, Mentor Programs, Animal Assisted Therapy, Responsible Dog Ownership Education and Training.
Special Olympics~News and information about what is currently going on and where it is happening.
The Autism Links Page ~by Iwona and Wouter Schenk has recently been refurbished with an extensive menu . The 'library' of worldwide links is easy to browse and , in many cases, comes complete with email addresses and site previews.
Autism Coach~"...offers software, supplements, dietary products & advice to help children within the autistic spectrum to reach their maximum potential".
Different Roads to Learning~Affordable materials for special needs children include books, flash cards, P.E.C.s, puzzles and much more.
Disability Resource Directory~A resource guide to disability information on the internet
Emergency Notification Systems~A full service emergengy and medical identification system for the entire family. It has a special feature for those families with special needs persons in case they become lost or injured.
FEAT Daily Online Newsletter~(Families for Early Autism Treatment) All the current information on autism research, learning resources and more. You can also subscribe to receive their newsletter by email by clicking here
IRCA ~ Indiana Resource Center for Autism. Keep up to date on the events for Indiana's Autistic Community by subscribing to their newsletter.
MAAP~for Autism and Asperger Syndrome is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing information and advice to families of More advanced individuals with Autism, Asperger syndrome, and Pervasive developmental disorder (PDD).
NICHCY-The National Informtion Center for Children and Youth with Disabilities~A National referral center providing information on disabilities and related issues for families, educators and professionals for ages birth to twenty two.
N.O.D.-National Organuzation on Disabilities~Changing America's Approach to Disability with articles on employment, politics, religion, education and other issues that relate to the every day lives of the disabled.
Theraproducts.com~A great source of learning products for the special needs student. Fields covered include, ABA, Sensory Integration, and Communication. They offer educational tools for use by therapists, teachers and parents.