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Community and Internet Resources

Education: Disability Specific: Education for Students with Autism

New Horizons Un-limited is not endorsing and assumes no responsibility in guaranteeing the products, services, programs or conditions as described. If you are interested in a resource listed below, call or contact the resource to verify the current situation. Evaluate the information, analyze your unique circumstances, use your best judgment and make your own decisions when using the information. Before making any change, consult your health care professional.
For Social Skills Training - see Training and Rehabilitation: Autism

International:   United Kingdom


Autism Education Network is creating a collective voice for children with autism to help every one of them reach their full potential. Through the Network, families and professionals serving the autism community are working toward special education reform and striving to preserve children with autism ís state and federal rights to a free, appropriate, public education. By using technology and the Internet to streamline information, they try to empower families and professionals serving the autism to community to voice opinions and advocate change.

New Sign K12 Academics: Autism is a website devoted to providing resourceful information for a number of topics in education and disabilities. The section for Autism includes Characteristics, DSM Definition, Epidemiology, History, Models, Sociology, Terminology, Theories of the Etiology of Autism, Therapies, Types, books, videos, organizations, support services & mailing lists for the disability.


United Kingdom

University Students With Autism and Asperger's Syndrome has FAQ, study skills and exam tips, surviving college or university and much more. The site is primarily for the benefit of students in higher education (full-time or part-time) with autism or Asperger's syndrome (or any other autistic spectrum syndrome).

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