Free packets of information on topics such as “the first 100 days” after diagnosis, information for dental professionals, transitioning to adulthood, toilet training, improving sleep, applied behavior analysis, improving blood draws, tips for successful haircuts, and lots of other topics.
Our mission is to educate parents, professionals, and consumers by disseminating accurate, scientifically-sound information about autism and its treatment and by combating inaccurate or unsubstantiated information.
Several free online videotaped seminars by leading researchers about topics in Autism.
OAR connects you to people, places, and information within the autism and research communities. The Research and Resources section provides an overview of the autism research community and a directory of research centers and resources across the U.S.
Resource for parents of children recently diagnosed with autism. The specific goals of the Guide are to help parents: Find information about autism; distinguish between research-based and non-research-based information; become savvy consumers of information by giving them the tools to identify reputable research; evaluate research studies using a guiding uniform framework; and interpret and apply research findings to their individual situation and needs.