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Information & Referral

Information & Referral (I&R) assists those who may not know where to begin or where to turn when faced with the challenges of autism. Looking for help can be daunting and often means locating dozens of websites and searching through a maze of agencies and services in the hopes of finding one that can provide the services or support you need.  Read More…

Resource Materials

Autism Society of Georgia offers many different Resource Material PDF’s for your convenience. The 3 main sections are Living With Autism, Crime Victims with Autism and Informational Brochures.  View All Materials…

In 2006 the Autism Society launched Living with Autism which presents user-friendly information within four eye-catching pages. The series was developed to provide easy-to-understand, practical information related to the autism spectrum for a broad audience on a wide range of topics. The series will continually evolve, adding new pieces on a regular basis, and address topics across the spectrum and lifespan. Emphasis of all pieces in the series is on living successfully with autism, so articles will provide useful information, helpful tips and additional resources provided by those with expertise on the particular topic. The Living with Autism series is designed for individuals on the autism spectrum, their families, friends and concerned professionals.

Communities

We will be updating this section shortly.

Our objective is to build virtual communities for individuals with autism, families, professionals, educators and service providers to openly communicate and share.

Living With Autism

This section offers several resources that can help you if you are looking for information, services or community connections. If you are being discriminated against or need more support, the legal resources page outlines some of the laws and organizations that can help you. If you have been the victim of a crime and don’t know how to interact with the authorities, read our pamphlet from the resource materials page. If you want to advocate for yourself and others on the spectrum, visit the self-advocacy page, which also lists self-advocacy groups such as ASAN, GRASP and SABE. And of course, if you’re looking for advice on parenting a child who has autism, then all the family resources listed below are for you.  Read More…

Autism Plan for Georgia

In partnership with Georgia State University’s Center for Leadership in Disabilities, the Autism Society of Georgia is proud to have provided a grant to enable the Autism Plan for Georgia’s delivery to individuals and families living with the challenges of autism spectrum disorders. The Autism Society of Georgia in support of all individuals, families and communities throughout Georgia counties impacted by Autism is taking a leadership position to deliver a comprehensive plan of action focused on the support and implementation of the Autism Plan for Georgia. Please help support that effort.  Read More…

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