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Autism Society of Florida, Inc.
PO Box 677055
Orlando, FL 32867
Phone: (407) 207-3388
557 N. Wymore Road Suite 101
Maitland, FL 32751
Phone: (407) 478-6330
Family Services: (888) 288-4762
Fax: (407) 478-6336
Center for Autism and
Related Disorders (CARD)
12424 Research Parkway, Suite 365
Orlando, FL 32826
Phone: (407) 823-6011 Fax: (407) 823-6012
Toll Free: (888) 558-1908
Jason Klazon: email@example.com
Kim Spence: Kimberly.Spence@ucf.edu
"CARD seeks to provide support and assistance with the goal of optimizing the potential of people with autism, dual sensory impairment, and related disabilities."
Central Florida Autism Institute
145 E Edgewood Dr
Lakeland, FL 33803
Phone: (863) 680-1396
Community Ties of America
DESCRIPTION: We are an approved Florida Med-Waiver provider for APD area 2 and other areas of Florida. We are fully accredited by the Joint Commission of Health Care Organizations (JCHO). We specialize in providing community based behavior analysis services for individuals with developmental and intellectual disabilities. Services: Applied Behavior Analysis; Behavior Assistants; In Home Parent training; ADT and Group home Consultation.
DESCRIPTION: Free website and email newsletter dedicated to healing the lives of families touched by autism. We provide comprehensive therapy fact sheets, daily updates of autism therapy research and news, and a global directory of autism related therapists and services.
Interactive Autism Network
DESCRIPTION: Online community designed to connect families and researchers and provide information.
Organization for Autism Research (OAR)
DESCRIPTION: OAR's programs revolve around funding new research and disseminating evidence-based information in a form that translates the technical into layman's terms for the non-scientific consumer.
Support Group. Brevard County, Florida.
Mary Cancel & Silvia Hierro
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Use Visual Strategies: Meeting the Communication Challenges in Autism
DESCRIPTION: Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders and lots of other students with behavior or communication challenges tend to be visual learners. They understand what they see better than what they hear. Therefore, they benefit significantly from the use of Visual Strategies. Deciding when and how to use pictures and other visual supports is the key…learn lots of great ideas here.
Global and Regional Aspergers Syndrome Partnerships (GRASP)
Autism Women's Network