State Specific Resources (Outside Maryland)
Pathfinders for Autism is a Maryland Resource Center, providing resource referrals to Maryland providers, offering news about autism events and trainings around the state, and hosting our own workshops. On this page we are including other organizations around the country that provide their own state-specific resources. If you are, or know of, an organization that should be listed, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Autism Delaware provides services and resources such as: information and referral; parent mentoring and support; speakers and conferences; family and teen social opportunities; newsletter, listserve and website; POW&R (Productive Opportunities for Work and Recreation) adult services; public awareness campaigns; and financial assistance for parents and educators to advance their skills and knowledge.
Other initiatives include organizing advocacy efforts at state and national levels, funding a scholarship at the University of Delaware, and educating the medical community about the importance of early identification and intervention.
Connect the Dots Disability Resource Guide
The purpose of this guide is to help individuals with a newly diagnosed disability or special health care need and their family members find available supports and services. Developed by Center for Disabilities Studies, Delaware Family Voices, Inc., and Family to Family Health Information Center.
Families with ASD
Families with ASD’s Autism Family Resource Center is proud to serve the Greater Cincinnati/ Northern Kentucky Area as the Point of Entry for families touched by the Autism Diagnosis. The Autism Family Resource Center helps families connect with local and national autism organizations that will help support their families. The Autism Family Resource Center is open year round and is always FREE to families.