Oakland County Chapter ASA
Local support & resources for Oakland County Michigan.
Wayne County Chapter ASA
Local support & resources for Wayne County Michigan.
The Autism Society of Michigan
Our State chapter's website.
The Autism Society of America
Our National chapter's website.
Avoiding Unfortunate Situations
Dennis Debbaudt's (WAY/SAC) webpage. Are your loved ones affected
with Autism really safe?
Autism-Michigan Discussion list
This list & supporting website is for anyone on the Autism Spectrum or with a loved one,
student or patient on the Autism Spectrum. The list provides resource information and
support. Posts are not limited to any type of therapy or subject. It's also for
people to share their experiences and ask/answer questions about Autism. The
majority of information may be specific to Michigan but is not limited to
ABC's of Parenting
Great site with lot's of Autism Links. Look under "Parenting Special Needs Children."
Home page for the Allergy-Induced Autism Support and Research Network.
Alternative Medicine: Institute of Natural
Alternative medicine and
Amazing list of
The largest on-line bookstore, you set up your account so that you order online,
or you can phone or fax. It will even keep track of the books you have ordered and then
send you notice of new books on related subjects that may be of interest.
The National Organization of and for people with mental retardation and related
disabilities and their families.
The ARC - Michigan
The Arc Michigan exists to empower local chapters of The Arc to assure that citizens with developmental disabilities are valued and that they and their families can participate fully in and contribute to the life of their community.
ARK (Autism Resource Konnection)
ARK is a non-profit organization whose primary mission is to raise
autism awareness and provide families with the information needed to make educated choices. ARK supports many efforts including research into the causes of
autism, many kinds of interventions & treatments and recognizes the need for improved
services & opportunities for individuals with autism.
Asperger Syndrome Coalition of the U.S.
A non-profit organization providing information and support to
individuals, families, and professionals dealing with Asperger Syndrome,
Nonverbal Learning Disorder, and related neurologically-based
social and communication disorders on the high-functioning end of the autism spectrum.
The Asperger Syndrome Page
Very good pages on Asperger Syndrome, with excellent links.
Asperger's Syndrome Resources
This excellent page has a very complete listing of autism links which are
The Autism Channel
Pages on the subject of autism, treatment & research.
This page is put together and maintained by individuals who have Asperger's
Syndrome or are high functioning autistics. Its stated intention is to develop
self-advocacy for those who are living with autism.
A very complete list of autism information and links.
Autism Links in
Autism National Commitee
Autism Research group of
Autism Research Institute
Autism Support Group
An on-line support group & information base hosted by Lori, the parent of an autistic child.
The Autism Zone
Bibliography of published journal articles about facilitated communication
A great site with lot's of information
...is a combination of an electroencephalograph and an optical-acoustical trainer
(equipment that controls brainwave input).
Bridges For Children with Autism
A site that wants to "Give them a chance to see your world!"
Bookstore: Online Medical bookstore
Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies
The Center For the Study of Autism
One of the most complete and up-to-date listings of autism info.
Father of an autistic child and moderator of this page, says that it is intended
to share information with other parents, teachers, and professionals interested in autism.
Excellent autism links. Mostly about treatment options.
Defeat Autism Now
Archive of information packets and listserv postings from the Celiac list.
Different Roads to Learning
A catalogue of toys for children with developmental disbilities.
Disabilities homepage for parents
Explores possible environmental connection to autism
Interesting articles by Dr. Stephen Edelson, of Atlanta, GA.
Enzyme Potentiated Desensitization
Information about Enzyme Potentiated Desentisization.
Selected Readings Related to Facilitated Communication
Food Allergy Net
Information about food allergy and intolerance.
Fragile X site with links to others
A source of autism related books and tapes for sale.
Gluten and Casein Free Diets
The diet explained, with practical suggestions.
Helpful to those interested in implementing a Gluten free diet.
A page detailing gluten intolerance and celiac disease sites.
The Handle Institute provides a drug-free alternative for identifying and treating
most neurodevelopmental disorders across the lifespan.
Homepage of Jerry Newport
Jerry Newport, 49, a full time employee (Financial Management) of UCLA's Medical
Center, has Asperger's Syndrome and is on the advisory board of ASPEN, and is a nationally
The Hyperlexia Organization
Hyperlexia, with emphasis on educational issues.
An excellent guide for those needing help with IEPs and legal questions.
The Inclusion Press
Excellent articles on Inclusion.
Institute of Natural Alternative Medicine (Israel)
Karyn & Lisa's
dietary intervention page
Koegel educational methods
Lost and Found
Promoting research and interventions beneficial to autistic and other
neurologically impaired individuals.
The MAZE - More
autism links than you can shake a stick at
Mental Health Net
A sub-directory of A to Z links from the Ooops... Wrong Planet! Syndrome website listed below. Completely redone & now listed by category including Canadian links.
Guide to Developmental Disorders.
Michigan FEAT (Families for Effective Autism Treatment) is an organization
dedicated to providing world class Education, Advocacy and Support for families of children
with autism and other developmental disorders. We believe that all families should be aware
that a program based on Applied Behavior Analysis is an option for their child's education.
The Miller Method
Combines OT, speech and other modalities to treat autism.
Living without dairy products, and raising healthy children without benefit of
Movement disorders in autism
National Academy for Child Development
The New England Center for Children
Since its founding in 1975, The New England Center for Children has remained true to its original mission: providing state-of-the-art education and individualized treatment—with care and respect—for children with autism and other disabilities.
Online Medical Bookstore
A must visit website. This is one of the Oldest Autism Spectrum Sites on the net and owned by an info-junkie. You will find a massive pile of resources on these pages, a virtual guide to Planet Autism. An Autistic mother with two autistic children, Jypsy shares their story, a personal look at life on the Spectrum. Note: The Maze picture is a clickable link.
Opioid excess theory
Reichelt's page covers his hypothesis about opioid excess, caseine and gluten free
The Option Institute
The Option Institute is a worldwide teaching center & includes programs such as The Son-Rise Program.
Patricia Kane's page
Alternative Medicine page
Extensive listings including link to Exceptional Parent magazine.
Picture Exchange system
of Pediatric Interest
A terrific site, many resources specifically for the parents of children with
chronic diseases and disabilities, including autism, mental retardation, Rhetts Syndrome,
Down syndrome etc.
National Institute of Health's free public access to its medical database.
Ray's Autism Page
The Recovery Zone
Lot's of links including our link!
Lovaas-style behavior modification and other excellent links.
Offers a form of music therapy for autism.
The Same Boat Pages
A collection of articles from the Developmental Delay Registry.
British site with extensive set of autism links and information.
Shapes For Learning
A new web site offering free learning aids to parents of children with autism.
Spanish language autism resource and information
Treatment & Education of Autistic & Related Communication Handicapped Children.
This site provides a description and order form for this book.
Teaching Tips for Children and Adults
by Temple Grandin, Ph.D.
Thorough coverage of this developmental disorder.
Tuberous Sclerosis site
Many TS sufferers show symptoms of autism too.
The Unicorn Foundation
A national network of service providers
Vaccine Information and Awareness
A very complete site on the subject of vaccine safety.
An additional site for vaccine information
to Gluten Free Living
A guide to gluten free diets from Great Britain.
One of the best, most complete sets of autism links available. If time is limited,
John Wobus's site is the one to visit.