Autism Support & Services : Southeast

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Support for families with autistic members in the state of Florida.
For the fourth year in a row, the Kids for Camp program has provided children with autism a place to experience a normal summer vacation. This unique camp combines elementary aged autistic children with volunteers of all ages and "typical" elementary students with the philosophy that all groups involved will learn something about life. Camp activities include swimming, IMAX movies, Zoo visits and learning exercises. All camp activities are provided free of charge.
Franklin Hayes, Gulf Breeze News
A biological support group for families and professionals in Florida dealing with autistic spectrum disorders
Providing residential services for people with autism and other developmental disabilities since 1979. Our residents enjoy an array of personalized services and learning opportunities in their homes and in the community.
Resources, news and discussions about ASD's. Our online community offers help and support for visitors. We also have resources for people who are researching any aspect of autism, and information about our state chapter.
ASA-NV is a non-profit organization serving families and professionals in Northern Virginia.
Our mission is to promote lifelong access and opportunity for all individuals within the Autism spectrum, and their families, to be fully participating, included members of our community, here in Central Florida.
A great looking site!
The Autism Society of North Carolina is committed to improving the lives of individuals and families affected by autism through the provision of advocacy, information and referral services and a wide variety of individualized, community based programs.
Behavior Analysis, Inc. (BAI) is one of the leading behavioral consulting companies in the world. We provide state-of-the-art education and behavioral treatment services to children, adolescents, and adults. BAI has an international reputation for effectively teaching and treating persons with learning and/or behavioral disorders and other, difficult-to-teach individuals. We also conduct training courses, workshops, and seminars designed to teach others how to provide the most effective education and treatment possible.
We are all about supporting each other with information and resources to take care of our kids and their educations. This is your website. Lets all help it grow into a great support tool.
For 16 children with autism spectrum disorder, summer camp this month was about more than crafts and other typical camp activities. For them, camp also was about learning social skills and nuances, such as making eye contact, listening to others and engaging in conversation. Camp SS (Social Skills) STAR was offered by the Systematic Treatment for Autism and Related Disorders (STAR) program at the University of Louisville's Weisskopf Child Evaluation Center and funded with a gift from The Woman's Club of Louisville.
University of Louisville
Research and services at the University of Florida.
Provides support, encouragement, and guidance to parents seeking treatment for their young autistic children and by providing the opportunity for parents to interact with other parents with similar concerns.
The Knoxville Asperger Support Group meets the 3rd Monday of every month at the West Branch of the Knoxville Public library (100 Golfclub Road, Knoxville, TN 37919 map) from 6pm to 7:30pm. The support group is an open format consisting primarily of caregivers to person's Asperger Syndrome although the group is occasionally visited by adults with Aspergers.
Supporting people with autism and their families in the Midlands of South Carolina.
The Support Group is a fellowship is composed of people who come together in monthly meetings for working out social difficulties and other life issues. The Support Group participants are from many walks of life and are of diverse ages, economic status, social and educational backgrounds. The only requirement for membership is a desire to work toward overcoming and/or dealing with social difficulties and other life issues, including interaction and relationship skills in a safe, semi-formal setting.
Jarl K. Jackson
TASK was created by me, Lori, a mother of an autistic child. I live in rural Northwest Tennessee, where there is no support group available for parents of autistic children.

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