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USEFUL LINKS

Autism Navigator (US)

A collection of videos for families or professionals interested in understanding more about ASD. Autism Navigator was created by Autism Institute at the Florida State University College of Medicine.

 

Autism Science Foundation (US)

A non-profit organisation in New York dedicated to providing funding for autism research and sharing the research with the public.

 

Autism Speaks (US)

One of the largest advocacy group dedicated to sharing research, information on treatments as well as a comprehensive list of books, apps and other useful resources. 

 

May Institute & National Autism Center (US)

A series of expert columns contributed by National Autism Center and May Institute in the USA on topics specific to children, adolescents and adults with ASD. Example of topics includes how to keep a marriage together while caring for a child with autism, helping your child with autism navigate their first relationship, planning for holidays and more. 

 

Raising Children (Australia)

An Australian parenting website that provides advice on how to raise children of different age groups. The autism section provides comprehensive topics on raising a child with autism and evaluation of therapies for children with autism. Other resources include videos of parents discussing topics of how to raise children or adolescents with autism.

 

Research Autism (UK)

A collection of publications with research studies, reviews, clinical guidance and policy reports on autism in the UK.

 

Able 2 Learn

Mostly free teaching resources, therapy materials. It includes flashcards, ABA materials, Occupational Therapy materials, printable worksheets, etc. 

 

Checklist for Autism in toddlers

The CHAT (Checklist for Autism in Toddlers) test is given to children ages 18 months to 24 years. It is a quick five-minute test that can show a caregiver or a medical provider if a child has several markers that may indicate the presence of autism spectrum disorder.