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Communities and Blogs

My Autism Team

Supportive social networking forum for parents with autistic children

Autistic Inclusive Meets

Neurodiversity Learning

Art Learning sessions

Autism Highway

Features information regarding the journey of autistic people.

Embrace Autism

A platform to distribute research and experience-based information on autism

Art of Autism

Forum for sharing artwork and other talents. Autistic individuals ​​can share their works of art, music, poetry, or video submissions. Parents, siblings, therapists, or anyone who is interested in the cause can also share their viewpoints

Aspergers/Autism Network

Online community for autistic people


A community of parents, families, and advocates working together for a more socially just, accessible, and inclusive world

Autistic Women and non Binary Network

Provide community, support, and resources for Autistic women, girls, and people of all genders.

Educational and Informative Resources

All Kinds of Mind

Autism Level Up


Brain Building Feedback

Best Value SCHOOLS

I CAN Network

The Articulate Autistic

Therapist Neurodiversity Collective

Neurodiversity Education Academy

Works on educating, advocating, and holding space for individuals who want to connect around being neurodivergent and/or caring for the neurodivergent in their lives.


Resources for neurodivergent adults, parents of autistic children, educators, and physicians. 

College Autism Network

College Autism Network is a U.S.-based non-profit organization committed to improving the likelihood of autistic students attending and graduating from a post-secondary institution and to better the student experience and post-graduation outcomes.

Dear Dyslexic

Thinking Persons Guide to Autism 

Autism in Museum

Autism Society

Connection to resources, news, events, and support for the Autism community

Job and Volunteering Opportunities

Freely Divergent

Hire Autism

Hire Autism is a free program led and run by the Organization for Autism Research (OAR). With an active jobs board and by offering resources for employers and job seekers alike, Hire Autism aims to expand opportunities for autistic individuals and serve as a continuing resource for them in their workplaces.


Specialisterne USA works with businesses to help them integrate people on the autism spectrum, or with other neurodiversity, into their workforce.


Mentra is the brainchild of both neurodivergent and neurotypical individuals, working  to create a bridge that connects recruiters with autistic candidates


Integrate Employment Advisor

Connect organizations with Autistic Talent.

Autism Employment Network

Resources for Employers and Individuals Seeking Sustainable Employment Opportunities

Neurodiversity Career Connector

Match neurodivergent job seekers with meaningful jobs and provide the training and support needed for career growth and success.

Autism Empowerment

Volunteering and Leadership Opportunities

Diagnosis and Screening Resources


Inattentive ADHD Coalition

It is a nonprofit whose mission is for children with Inattentive ADHD to be diagnosed before age 8 and adults with Inattentive ADHD to be readily and correctly diagnosed when they seek help. This website provides information to educate you, your family, teachers, pediatricians, family doctors, therapists, psychologists, and psychiatrists about the often under-diagnosed Inattentive ADHD type.

Weldon Wellness

Ascend Behavioral Services

Stanford University’s Adult Neurodevelopment Clinic

Resources For Parents

Foothill Autism Alliance

Education, resources, and support for the autism community

Westside Family Resource and Empowerment Center

Offer a variety of support groups where parents have the opportunity to meet and learn from other parents. These groups are designed to provide information, resources, community, and hope

Autism Research institute

Works to advance the understanding of autism spectrum disorder by funding research and education

CHADD (Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder)

A website and magazine on living with ADHD

Diversity and Ability

Neurodiverse Counseling Services


Leadership in education and advocacy for ADHD organizations and individuals with ADHD

Autistic Self-Advocacy Network (ASAN)

Fighting for the civil rights of autistic people and sharing opportunities for others to get involved in their advocacy. They also have produced a number of toolkits and other publications for autistic self-advocates.


Asperger’s On the Inside by Michelle Vines

– A personal memoir by an autistic woman.

Spectrum Women, Walking to the Beat of Autism

– A book of personal stories by autistic women, with personal
guidance and perspectives by autistic advocates, including Liane Holliday Willey, Anita Lesko, Yenn (Jeanette)
Purkis, Artemisia and Samantha Craft. Contributors cover issues including growing up, identity, diversity, parenting,
independence and self-care amongst many others. Edited by Barb Cook and Dr Michelle Garnett.

Everyday Asperger’s – Life through the eyes of a female with Aspergers

Memoir by Marcelle Ciampi M.Ed
(formerly known as Samantha Craft)

Women and Girls with Autism Spectrum Disorder: Understanding Life Experiences from Early Childhood to Old
Age by Sarah Hendrickx

The Secret Life of Rose, inside an autistic head by Rose Smitten

– Eleven-year-old Rose has produced a fantastic
book with a little help from her mum, who also gives her professional input separate to Rose.