Resources

  • Oklahoma Autism Network - the Network serves as an excellent source for general ASD information as well as local resources and training opportunities.
  • Autism Society of America - the ASA site gives information on the grassroots organization's national efforts and local chapters as well as lots of information.
  • AAP Health Topics - the American Academy of Pediatrics website offers many links to general, family and professional autism resources.
  • CDC: Autism Information Center - the Center for Disease Control provides autism information and resources including the "Learn the Signs. Act Early" initiative.
  • Autism Speaks - the site for this autism advocacy group promotes autism research and public awareness and includes an extensive video glossary.
  • Project DATA - information and resources related to the Developmentally Appropriate Treatment for Autism program at the University of Washington.
  • TEACCH - the University of South Carolina's TEACCH autism program has provided evidence-based service, training, and research since 1966.
  • CSEFEL - the Center on the Social and Emotional Foundations for Early Learning has many resources and materials for working with children 0-5.
  • Center for Autism and Related Disabilities - CARD at the University of Florida provides many online resources including visual support how-tos and informational materials in Spanish.
  • The Gray Center for Social Learning and Understanding - Carol Gray's website for her nonprofit organization is an excellent place to find out about and order social story materials.
  • Polyxo.com: Teaching Children with Autism - this resource site contains fairly detailed information on behavioral interventions as well as downloadable materials.
  • Tasks Galore - Tasks Galore Publishing produces resource materials for teaching academic, social and living skills to individuals with autism.
  • Do2Learn - find an extensive library of picture cards and other free online materials as well as order even more materials on this site.
  • Tinsnips - this special education resource site shares a variety of printable specialized teaching tools, techniques, worksheets, and activities.