Please browse through the following links and websites, organized by topic, to find further information and resources for parents and other therapists.


The Asperger's Connection at the Shriver Center at the University of Massachusetts Medical Center is a new, interactive website intended to facilitate discussion among family members, professionals, and legislators/policy makers interested in and concerned with issues that individuals with Asperger'sSsyndrome and High Functioning Autism face on a daily basis. The site also provides an opportunity to ask questions of various experts regarding a number of topics, including education, vocational issues, diagnosis, treatment interventions, sensory integration, social issues and others.

O.A.S.I.S.- Online Asperger's Syndrome Information and Support was designed by parents of children who are diagnosed with Asperger's Syndrome in order to provide access to information related to current research, therapeutic resources, camps, and more.

Autism Society of America is an national organization designed with the intent of providing information, education, and advocacy for families and professional and furthering our knowledge of autism spectrum disorders through research.

The Gray center for Social Learning and Understanding is a non-profit organization "dedicated to individuals with autism spectrum disorders and those who work alongside them to improve mutual understanding." Their website provides information related to Carol gray's workshops, book reviews, and therapeutic tools and books. The site provides specific examples and guidelines for writing social stories.

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