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4/27/2009

Interactive Autism Network (IAN)

The Interactive Autism Network (IAN) is an innovative online project bringing together tens of thousands of people affected by autism spectrum disorders (ASDs) and hundreds of researchers in a search for answers.

 
 

8/22/2008

OnePlaceForSpecialNeeds.com

 
 

7/15/2008

Medical Home Service System Guidelines for Autism Spectrum Disorders

The National Medical Home Autism Initiative, founded as a cooperative agreement by the federal Maternal Child Health Bureau, is a national technical assistance, resource and advocacy project designed to promote methods that will improve the capacity of the medical home and early intervention community to identify, appropriately serve and integrate children with autism into their communities.

 
 

1/1/2007

ARCH National Respite and Resource Center

 
 

1/1/2007

Association of Maternal and Child Health Programs (AMCHP)

 
 

1/1/2007

National Center for Family Support

 
 

1/1/2007

National Family Caregivers Association

 
 

1/1/2007

Research and Training Center on Family Support and Mental Health

 
 

1/1/2007

Sibling Support Project

The Sibling Support Project is a national effort dedicated to the life-long concerns of brothers and sisters of people who have special health, developmental, or mental health concerns.

 
 

Autism Society of America State Resources Webpage

The Autism Society has launched a new tool that makes it easier for those affected by autism to find local resources in their area. The new State Resources section of our Web site was designed by Autism Society information and referral experts, and features commonly requested resources sorted by state. These pages include localized information on Autism Society chapters, advocacy, public policy, autism waiver, education, community resources and events.

 
 

Family Support Center on Disabilities: Knowledge & Involvement Network

The Family Support Center on Disabilities: Knowledge & Involvement Network (call us KIN for short!) offers you a centralized resource on the full range of options available to individuals with disabilities and their families.

 
 

National Center for Learning Disabilities? Parent Center

 
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