Autism Advocate

The Autism Society’s magazine, the Autism Advocate, is published quarterly, reaching Autism Society members, supporters and professionals. The  magazine offers a diverse collection of the   latest issues in autism (e.g.,employment, education, environmental health, therapies/interventions, adult issues, caregiving, etc.), Autism Society news, personal perspectives of families and  individuals living with autism, and tips from parents and professionals. The Autism Society is offering a special limited time offer for non-members to view our Fall/Winter 2013 Special Edition “Up  To the Task and Ready For Work”.

Read a special edition from Fall/Winter 2011 that reviews the Autism Society’s past and future, self-advocacy and disclosure, implications of rising prevalence of ASDs, technology use in the  classroom and much more.

If you would like access to all issues of the Autism Advocatebecome an Autism Society member today!

 Prospective advertisers: Click here for information about advertising in the Autism Advocate and Autism Matters (formerly ASA-Net).

Autism Matters

Autism Matters is the Autism Society’s free monthly e-newsletter, sent to over 100,000 members and supporters with the latest updates on news, advocacy, research, education, conferences and resources.

Resource Materials

The Autism Society offers several free publications, including our Living with Autism and Victims of Crime series, which offer practical information on a wide range of topics. These can be downloaded using Adobe Reader.

Living with Autism Series

The Living with Autism publications present user-friendly information within four eye-catching pages. The series was developed to provide easy-to-understand, practical information related to the autism spectrum for a broad audience on a wide range of topics. Emphasis of all pieces in the series is on living successfully with autism, providing useful information, helpful tips and additional resources by those with expertise on the particular topic.

Victims of Crime Series

As part of its Crime Victims with Autism Assistance, Education, and Training Program, a project funded by the Department of Justice Office for Victims of Crime, the Autism Society has created a series of fact sheets and brochures to assist crime victim assistance professionals, families and individuals with autism.