Autism Resources Guide
Ongoing guide to resources, schools, and articles with tips and help for those with or living with someone who has Autism.
Low Vision Internet Gateway
Managing Sensory Processing Issues At Home
Cleaner Indoor Air & Chemical Sensitivities
Disabled Home Modification Checklists and Funding
Home Modifications and Selling Your Home
Special Needs Safety Around Construction Sites
Renters’ Rights for People with Disabilities
Moving for Seniors and People with Disabilities
Guide to Finding Credible Medical Advice
Our hope is that all children regardless of ability or circumstance are able to actively participate in their community and experience all the joys that come with being a child. Every child deserves the opportunity to live, laugh and learn.
Our LearningRx directors will discuss how the proven LearningRx methodology can quickly enhance weak cognitive skills that are often the underlying cause of learning disabilities, learning difficulties, dyslexia, ADHD, and other struggles that keep people from reaching their true potential in life.
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Atlanta School Insight
Atlanta offers over 100 private schools, 14 public school districts, and over 30 special needs schools. When education options can cost well over a half a million dollars before college, it just makes good financial sense to think through your choices.A.S.I. looks beyond test scores to give you insight into the inner workings of the schools and their communities. We look beyond the labels to discover the phenomenal potential in every child. We are committed to helping you find the right fit, the school where your child will thrive: where they are respected, challenged, and nurtured.
Brain Balance Achievement Centers
Brain Balance Achievement Centers offer the Brain Balance Program ® in 54 nationwide locations. The Brain Balance Program® is an individualized and comprehensive approach to helping children with neurobehavioral and learning difficulties surmount their unique challenges. 3 locations here in GA: Roswell, Suwanee, & Peachtree City.
Marcus Autism Center
Marcus Autism Center is an Autism Center of Excellence and one of the nation’s leading centers for clinical care and research centers for autism and related disorders, treating more than 5,500 children a year.
SPECTRUM Autism Support Group
Support Group out of Gwinnett County. Monthly meetings, events, and support. Every family that deals with Autism have their own special set of circumstances to deal with. We want to know where to direct our support efforts to serve the most families.
Rockdale County Autism Support Group
The Rockdale County Autism Support Group meets the third Thursday of every month at the First Baptist Church of Conyers, 2100 Ga. Highway 138, Conyers, GA, 6:30 to 7:30 p.m.
AbilityPath.org is an online hub and special needs community for parents and professionals to learn, connect and live a more balanced life.
The Autism Project works to be at the forefront of developing many new and innovative programs that enrich the lives of children with autism and help them reach their highest potential.
We work with children with autism spectrum disorders up to the age of 13. We specialize in providing early intervention, personalized and intensive Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) programs. Our early intensive intervention programs (EIBI) are designed to help children learn skills across many different developmental domains in order to be happy and successful in any environment, whether that be in the home, community or the classroom.
Finally, there’s a place where you can find innovative classes and clubs for your loved one with autism… and support, guidance, and understanding for your whole family. A place where you can feel at home… where you can relax, talk to others and forge a bond based on common experience. A place open to the entire community to foster an environment of inclusion, acceptance, and friendship.
ACF differentiates itself from other organizations raising funds for autism as our support revolves around improving the life experiences of children, teens, and adults with autism today.
To this end, our short-term efforts center on providing various activities where children and young adults with autism can participate. One of the many challenges with a child or young adult with autism is to provide them with as typical of a life as possible. Presently, there are few places where children with autism can play sports together or engage in any type of structured play, physical fitness or other activities.
Autism Speaks is dedicated to promoting solutions, across the spectrum and throughout the lifespan, for the needs of individuals with autism and their families through advocacy and support; increasing understanding and acceptance of people with autism spectrum disorder; and advancing research into causes and better interventions for autism spectrum disorder and related conditions.
We are a full-service provider that specializes in the treatment of autism and other developmental disabilities. Our broad-thinking approach addresses the whole child by collaborating with doctors, therapists, schools, and specialists. Our goal is to work together to achieve the best possible outcome… PROGRESS!
Community Autism Resources is a family created and oriented community services organization. The valuable input we receive from families and professionals sustains our continued focus on assisting and educating families and professionals so that they can better meet the needs of persons with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). We do this by building collaborative relationships with those involved, in an effort to provide comprehensive and individually tailored supports.
The organization provides an important arena for mobilizing those of us who deal with ASD in our day-to-day lives as the most eloquent and persuasive spokespeople for our concerns. Our efforts focus not only on the State House but also on towns and city halls that also have responsibility for service delivery and funding.
Massachusetts Advocates for Children is a private non-profit organization dedicated to being an independent and effective voice for children who face significant barriers to equal educational and life opportunities. MAC works to overcome these barriers by changing conditions for many children, while also helping one child at a time.
Special-needs events newsletter for families in Greater Massachusetts
The Northeast Arc helps people with disabilities become full participants in the community; choosing for themselves how to live, learn, work, socialize and play.
Membership is free, and all of the programs and events are free or low cost, with all fees collected going right back into supporting our mission. We provide support, information, referral, family activities & events, activities for adults on the spectrum, educational programs for parents & therapeutic programs for children with autism as well as siblings, school vacation events and community partnerships to area businesses.
There’s a saying you’ve probably heard many times, but it’s worth repeating: “If you’ve met a person with autism, then you’ve met one person with autism”. Each child is different, but there are five main ways a Service Dog is used to help a child on the autism spectrum.
Enda, a biomedical engineer gave up his career to find a solution to the boys’ disability. In a journey that took the Dodd’s around the world, they discovered the power of Disney animation to teach language. They are now actively sharing their experiences and insights with other parents in need so that the miracle of their boys’ language can continue.
Don’t forget our monthly listing of sensory friendly events.