Autism Online & Community Resources
This website provides sponsored and unsponsered links to web pages with information about different topics affecting those with Asperger’s Syndrome.
Asperger’s Syndrome and Adults: Differently Abled – Not Disabled
This website offers many resources for adults with Asperger’s Syndrome as well as an “in progress” site for young women with Asperger’s Syndrome. The website includes e-books, informational articles, an email list serve, book recommendations, links, and first hand accounts of what it’s like to live with Asperger’s Syndrome.
The Autism Today website aims to be the premier information dispenser to the autism community worldwide. It provides a tool for people within the autism community to list and locate events and conferences as well as other services like professionals, camps, and employment opportunities. Also, the website offers an extensive archive of articles and research summaries, a resource store, advice from a wide array of autism experts, an online gallery of creative works from the international autism community, Autism Education Online™, and live tele-classes.
This website provides information about group support and discussion meetings for people affected by Asperger’s Syndrome. The site lists meetings in many different cities and states, including one in the Austin area.
Online Asperger’s Syndrome (AS) Information and Support
This site has been designed by parents of children who are diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome. Their goal is to provide access to information about Asperger’s to families of children diagnosed with Asperger’s (and related disorders), educators and professionals who work with/teach individuals who have been diagnosed with Asperger’s, and individuals with Asperger’s who are seeking support.
Tony Attwood’s Website
Tony Attwood is a researcher and clinician who specializes in Asperger’s Syndrome research. On this site you will find resources, information on his presentation schedule, messages boards about issues related to Asperger’s Syndrome, and papers he has written on related topics.
Treatment and Education of Autistic and Related Communication-Handicapped Children (TEACCH)
The TEACCH mission is to enable individuals with autism to function as meaningfully and independently as possible within the community. Other goals of TEACCH include generating knowledge about autism, integrating clinical services with relevant theory and research, and disseminating information about theory, practice, and research on autism.
Asperger Foundation International Website
A great resource for kids who are on the Autism Spectrum and are planning on going to college.