Resources

List of Links

The Adult Autism Spectrum Program at Penn Medicine offers consultations on diagnosis, treatment, supports, and skills development for adults and late adolescents who have, or suspect they could have, Autism spectrum disorder, Asperger syndrome, or Social Communication Disorder.

The Center for Autism Research (CAR) is a collaboration between the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and the University of Pennsylvania. CAR’s goals are to identify the underlying causes of ASD in order to develop precision treatments and support families by providing evidence-based resources and education.

The CAR Autism Roadmap is a website that provides families and providers with resources and information about ASD for children, youth and adults.

Autism Speaks is an autism advocacy organization dedicated to promoting solutions, across the spectrum and throughout the lifespan, for the needs of individuals with autism and their families, and to advancing research into causes and better treatments for ASD and related conditions.

Simons Foundation (SFARI) is a scientific initiative with the mission of improving the understanding, diagnosis and treatment of autism spectrum disorder.

ASPEN: Asperger Syndrome Education Network is a nonprofit organization that provides education, support and advocacy for families and individuals affected with autism spectrum disorders. Go to the ASPEN website to find chapters near you.

MyResults.Org is a website hosted by the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia that provides information about genetic test results.

Asperger Syndrome/Autism Spectrum Connection is an organization that directly addresses the issues and needs of individuals with autism spectrum disorder level 1, also known as Asperger syndrome. The Autism Spectrum Coalition provides resources for families around the world who are dealing with the challenges of Asperger syndrome and ASD.

Autism Research Centre is situated within the School of Clinical Medicine in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Cambridge.  It brings together scientists working on autism from around the University of Cambridge. It also has major collaborations with other universities, and works closely with clinical and voluntary sector services.

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