Autism Society Affiliates
Autism Society affiliates (formerly referred to as chapters) are your best source of information and support. Many affiliatess are volunteer-led by parents, care providers, and other professionals. The Autism Society has affiliates in nearly every state reaching out to individuals with autism and their families with information, support, and encouragement. Click here to find an Autism Society affiliate in your area.
The AutismSource database features thousands of resources with listings in all 50 states. The Autism Society continues to add programs, and users can recommend resources to be added by following the prompts on the site. Listings include physicians; psychologists; speech, occupational and behavioral therapists; schools; camps; training programs; government agencies; and much more.
The Autism Society offers several resource materials offering practical information on a wide range of topics. These can be downloaded using Adobe Reader.
Visit our online bookstore where we highlight books recommended by our members and professionals. Please visit frequently as the selection changes often.
• American Journal on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
• Clinical Neuropsychiatry
• Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology
• Education and Training in Developmental Disabilities
• Exceptional Children
• Focus on Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities
• Journal of Attention Disorders
• Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders
• Journal of Child Neurology
• Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry
• Journal of Developmental and Learning Disorders
• Journal of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry
• Social Neuroscience
Autism Matters: Autism Society Blog
WrongPlanet.net: a web community designed for individuals (and parents/professionals of those) with autism, Asperger’s Syndrome, ADHD, PDDs, and other neurological differences
Autism Blogger: online support group that allows people who have been affected by autism to share their stories, provide support and help others
Drive Mom Crazy: a young man with Asperger’s Syndrome shares experiences about his world
Aspie Teacher: a former teacher diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome writes about the struggles people on the spectrum face in education, employment, and personal life
The Autism Hub: a central point for blogs about autism from autistic people, family members and students/professionals
Joy of Autism: a blog by autism mom and author, curator and founder of The Autism Acceptance Project
Adventures in Autism: a mother shares about her young son's trials with autism