Organization for Autism Research

| Blog | FAQ | Contact Us
Subscribe to E-News | Site Map

Support Us
Certified "Best in America" by Independant Charities of America


Autism Links- Additional resources and support


Autism Concepts
This site contains information from various sources, providing links to sites that provide information about treatment, therapy, program, service or provider.

Autism and PDD Support Network
A network that provides support for families and individuals with an autism spectrum disorder.

Autism Link
Autism Link provides various opportunities for support, including chat rooms, mentor programs, information about conferences, research, readings, etc. You can search for resources in your area using this site.

Autism Plugged In
Autism Plugged In provides helpful iPad App, Android App and other tool reviews to help teachers, parents, therapists and people on the autism spectrum. All profits are donated to OAR.

Autism Spectrum Disorders Knowledge Path
This knowledge path has been compiled by the Maternal and Child Health Library at Georgetown University. It offers a selection of current, high-quality resources about ASD screening and diagnosis, treatment and intervention, communication, education, vocational challenges, and impact on family life. Separate sections identify resources that address early identification, early intervention and education, concerns about vaccines, environmental health research, and inappropriate use of seclusion and restraints.

Goal For It!
This site offers a variety of free interactive behavior and chore charts that are ideal visual learning solutions to help children with autism develop skills that allow them to reach their full potential at home and in educational and community settings. Includes resources for kids, tweens, and teens.

OAR's "Autism Sibling Support" Initiative

A collection of educational materials to serve brothers and sisters of individuals with autism; it includes resources for parents, teenage (and pre-teen) siblings, and young siblings.

Say Hello, Yellow!

Regularly updated blog, written by a mother-daughter duo who draw upon personal and professional experience.  They cover a range of topics related to families of people with disabilities (including autism) - from the fun to the frustrating.

The AUTSPOT Autism Society
This online network offers a chance for parents and professionals to connect.

The Journey to Life After High School

This guide for parents from examines the laws that impact a child with special needs, the importance of the individualized education plan, and the different paths a child with special needs can take after graduating from high school. It also addresses the legal and medical rights of adults with special needs.

A Grandparent's Guide to Autism

Part of the Autism Speaks Family Support Tool Kit, this short but helpful guide is designed specifically for grandparents of children who have been diagnosed with autism.


Autism-Asperger’s Digest
Featuring original articles and material from sources around the world, each 52 page issue covers the latest people, products, research, news & viewpoints emerging in the autism field.

The Autism Perspective
TAP is a magazine that contains articles of inspirational stories, new therapies and treatments, personal accounts and advocacy advice.

Positively Autism
A magazine that celebrates the achievements of individuals living with autism. This magazine also provides resources for parents and educators affected by autism.

Spectrum Magazine
A magazine for families of individuals who have autism or other types of developmental disabilities.

The Autism Spectrum Quarterly
A magazine/journal that brings information about research to the general autism community.

Exceptional Parent Magazine
Click on this website to order the EP Magazine that will provide information, support, encouragement and outreach to families and professionals who interact with individuals with disabilities.



Achieve Beyond
Achieve Beyond provides pediatric therapy and evaluations in speech therapy, physical therapy and occupational therapy. Early intervention autism and education programs for children and families are also provided in through our offices spanning the greater New York Metro area, the greater Los Angeles, California area, the greater Chicago, Illinois area, Connecticut, Virginia / Metro DC Area and continue to expand. They also host continuing education workshops for parents with special needs children and pediatric focused therapists throughout all their office locations and online.

Autism Asperger Publishing Company
A publisher that specializes in books on autism spectrum disorders based on the latest research for autism, Asperger syndrome and PDD. They provide practical solutions for individuals, families, teachers or coworkers living with an individual with an autism spectrum disorder. Videos and other interactive products are also available.

Dedicated to developing learning activities to assist individuals with autism and other developmental disabilities to develop basic skills and understanding. Designed and developed skill building learning activities that are purposeful, visually based, structured, organized, new and exciting. Activities can assist to help target the development of different basic skills and can be used in schools, at home, or by therapists.

Autism Today
A leading autism workshop and conference provider. Autism Today is the largest online resource and one of the leading resource distributors in the world.

Future Horizons
A great resource that provides books, conferences, videos, audio tapes and other informational resources on autism, Asperger syndrome and PDD.

Picture Card Communications
This site provides personalized/individualized visual resources
and educational materials for people affected by Autism and/or
other disabilities where communication is affected and their
families, teachers, therapists, care givers, etc.



Bart Stevens Special Needs Planning, LLC
This Web site provides families and professionals with help in planning for the future care, supervision, security, and quality of life for a loved one with special needs.

Autism-PPD Resources Network
This Web site includes detailed information on estate planning in relation to children with ASD.

Waddell Group
As independent advisors, we often work with our clients and their extended families and other professional advisors. Our multi generational focus and in-depth understanding of our clients’ values allow us to bring holistic and creative solutions to our clients. As parents of three children – two of whom have special needs – we make it a point to reach out to other families who are living a life like ours.