Our team helps families and caregivers through the diagnosis process and provides resources to help you best care for your child. Some of our support services include:
- Outpatient therapy sessions
- Caregiver education
- Behavioral parent training services
- Books and educational materials
In addition, our Family Resource Center offers books, brochures and online resources, along with librarians who can help you find the information you need.
The National Professional Development Center
Find helpful ASD resources and information on how to plan, implement and monitor evidence-based practices.
Autism Navigator can be a helpful resource for families who suspect their child has autism spectrum disorders. Learn about the early signs of autism and how it can impact development.
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First 100 Days Kit
Find helpful information on caring for a child with autism spectrum disorders.
The Center for Autism & Related Disabilities
The Center for Autism & Related Disabilities (CARD) at University of South Florida is a community-based project that provides information and consultation to individuals diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders and related disabilities. CARD offers instruction and coaching to families and professionals through a training and assistance model.
National Institute of Child Health and Human Development Learn how to best detect signs of autism and find causes, symptoms, treatment options and more.
The Centers for Disease Control “Learn the Signs. Act Early.” campaign
Find information on your child's development and milestones for playing, learning, speaking, acting and moving.
Autism Speaks promotes solutions, across the spectrum, for all ASD needs. Find resources in your area.
Websites sponsored by the Autism Society of America