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Autism Spectrum Coalition/ASC
Autism, Asperger Syndrome Coalition for Education, Networking, and Development (AASCEND) (San Francisco)
Autism Key. Autism Key is run by parents and for parents of children with autism spectrum disorders. The site was founded in 2005 to offer resources and support to the autism and special needs communities. New
Autism-PDD Resources Network
Autism Research Institute
Autism Society of America
Hyperlexia The symptoms are closely related to those of autism and some consider it to be an autism spectrum disorder. See our page about Hyperlexia.
i autistic an autism awareness site from Singapore that "wishes to present autism in a unique, creative, and useful manner that will inspire and benefit the world."
Kennedy Krieger Center for Autism and Related Disorders
Right Brain, Left Brain? Scientists Debunk Popular Theory Aug 19, 2013 – Researchers from the University of Utah found with brain imaging that people don’t use the right sides of their brains any more than the left
There Is No Left Brain / Right Brain Divide Nov 29, 2013 – Your head is not an arena for some never-ending competition, the brain’s "strong" side tussling with its "weak."
NIH: Autism Spectrum Disorder National Institutes of Health (NIH) publication on the definition, diagnosis and treatment of autism. Updated
NINDS Pervasive Developmental Disorders Information Page from the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS), National Institutes for Health (NIH).
OASIS @ MAAP The Online Asperger Syndrome Information and Support (OASIS) center has joined with MAAP Services for Autism and Asperger Syndrome to create a single resource for families, individuals, and medical professionals who deal with the challenges of Asperger Syndrome, Autism, and Pervasive Developmental Disorder/ Not Otherwise Specified (PDD/NOS). Book: " Asperger Syndrome: The OASIS Guide, Revised Third Edition: Advice, Inspiration, Insight, and Hope, from Early Intervention to Adulthood", October 14, 2014.
Pathfinders for Autism
Speaks4me system is the brainchild of a father whose young son, Callum, could not speak due to severe autism and learning difficulties. It has potential for stroke survivors, too. For more information, see the BBC report about Speaks4me Son's autism leads to innovation, by Geoff Adams-Spink, BBC Age & Disability correspondent. Updated
Treatment and Education of Autistic and related Communication handicapped CHildren (TEACCH), University of North Carolina School of Medicine
University Students With Autism And Asperger's Syndrome prospects transition project