List of State Resources - Alabama

Autism SpeaksAutism Speaks is dedicated to promoting solutions, across the spectrum and throughout life, to the needs of people with autism and their families.
Autism Society The ASA has The Autism Safety Initiative which includes autism-specific training for first responders on the unique challenges that people with autism may face in an emergency situation or interaction with first responders. This initiative also includes providing safety resources for people with autism and their families.
Rocket City Mom Making ConnectionsMaking Connections is a parent-led support network for families in Huntsville, Alabama and the surrounding region. The group strives to improve the lives of people affected by ASD. They offer parents and professionals the opportunity to meet, share, and educate with monthly meetings led by professional speakers, family outings, a lending library, and a mentoring program.
The exceptional foundationThe nonprofit organization focuses on social and recreational goals geared toward individuals with special needs ages 5 to 81, such as after-school and summer camp programs, evening events, weekend events, sports leagues, and special olympics sports, other clubs and enrichment activities.
Discover seven starsThe organization functions as a boarding school for adolescents from 13 to 17 years of age where therapeutic assistance is provided with the aim of understanding and emphasizing the strengths of the students.
The university of Alabama in HuntsvilleThe university certified as Regional Autism Network (RAN) has funding from the Department of Mental Health becoming one of the five resource centers for autism in the state. UAH RAN has experts in the field of autism spectrum disorder providing information and support services that best meet your needs.
RISE Center
Where special kids shine
The RISE program is an early childhood education program that primarily serves young children with disabilities with the purpose of preparing children for their next educational environment and providing support to families.
Mobile bay aba autism centerThe objective of the entity is to provide ABA therapy with a comprehensive approach to the child for people of all ages and levels of development diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder in order to teach new skills in all settings replacing unwanted behaviors with social behaviors appropriate.
University of Alabama Autism Spectrum Disorders ClinicThe Clinic provides support to individuals and families affected by ASD and mental health concerns through comprehensive assessment and therapy services, research opportunities, and consultation services.
Clinics Civitan-Sparks of UABThe clinic offers diagnostic evaluation services, outpatient therapy, and social skills groups. Additionally, it has community services such as school consultation and training in services, being evidence-based intervention for ASD.
Help me grow AlabamaWith the goal of promoting healthy development, the Help me Grow Alabama system addresses the need for early identification of developmental and / or behavioral issues by linking children and families with community-based services and supports.
Easterseals AlabamaIt is the leading non-profit provider of services for people with autism, developmental disabilities, physical and mental disabilities, and other special needs. Through therapy, training, education and support services, Easterseals Alabama creates life-changing solutions for people with disabilities to live, learn, work and play in their communities.
Alabama family centralIt is a platform for families to easily access services and programs and to find links to the supports they need. State partner agencies include Departments of Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, Early Childhood Education, Education, Human Resources, Medicaid, Mental Health, Public Health, among others.
Alabama Developmental Disabilities NetworkThey work for changes in the system in aspects of service / support to promote better lives for people with developmental disabilities and their families.
UA-ASD ClinicThe University of Alabama Autism Spectrum Disorders Clinic supports individuals and families affected by Autism Spectrum Disorder and associated mental health issues between the ages of 2 and 18 through comprehensive assessment and therapy services, research opportunities and consulting services. In addition, it provides professional training and internship services as well as clinical services to students enrolled at the University of Alabama.
USA Regional Autism NetworkThe University of Alabama provides resources and training to people of all ages in the state of Alabama who have autism spectrum disorder. Provides community members with general information about ASD. Guides callers to available resources to meet individualized needs, as well as troubleshooting for individuals, families, and professionals working with people on the spectrum.
The autism resource foundationThe Autism Resource Foundation is a nonprofit organization in Huntsville, Alabama that raises funds to help parents with children on the autism spectrum pay for licensed therapy and medical costs. Provides a source of information, training, financial assistance and education for families who have children with autism assistance in all the different areas used to cope with and treat the disorder.
Southeast Alabama Autism centerThe Autism Center of Southeast Alabama uses children's natural curiosity to teach visual, receptive, imitative, requesting, and social skills. The Center takes a whole child approach to ABA. It has a team of ABA therapy experts working hand in hand with parents, teachers and all those involved in the child's life to support the needs of each and every child.
The HANDS ProgramThe HANDS Program opened its doors in 2006 to children diagnosed with autism and their families providing individual and small group behavioral therapy, as well as training and consultation services. its services include teen and adult groups, a Kinect sports program, a financial assistance program.
AIM ClinicsThey offer age-specific programs designed to meet all skill levels and needs, giving children the support they need to reach their goals. AIM clinics foster a better ABA environment for children and therapists, with reduced caseloads, industry-leading low turnover rates, rigorous thought leadership, and empowering professional development opportunities.
Easterseals Central AlabamaEasterseals Central Alabama meets the needs of people living with a disability in the river region. Through a variety of programs and serving as a "hub" for resources, Easterseals Central Alabama serves thousands of children, adults and seniors across the state. It currently has more than 10 types of services available on its website.
Glenwood IncThey provide a range of comprehensive services dedicated to the protection of individual rights, anchored in person-centered treatment and support for children and adults affected by autism and other behavioral health needs. The more than 30 different services, treatments and educational programs for children, adolescents and adults with autism and behavioral disorders, focused on results, are delivered through positive interactions, centered on the dignity and respect for the rights of the individual.
Arc of the ShoalsHelps adults with developmental disabilities (DD) become as independent as possible by providing personalized educational and advocacy services provided through a habilitation process developed and coordinated by the "Person Centered Plan" (PCP) team.
American Autism & Rehabilitation FoundationIt focuses on early intervention, family support, and minimizing barriers that interfere with the independence of the growing child with special needs. Their services include Speech Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Feeding Therapy, ABA, Physical Therapy, Family Services, Summer Camp Program, HBOT, Legal Services, Kids Yoga and Nursing.
Marshall County Association-ARCAdrees: 5104 Porter Harvey Dr, Guntersville, AL 35976, United State
Phone: +1 256-582-5009

The Learning Tree, IncThe Learning Tree, Inc. provides empirically validated, individualized services and supports for individuals with significant educational, medical, and behavioral challenges; helping them develop and maintain the quality of life expected by able-bodied members of their family and community. It has 5 programs which are: Increasing Independence Behavioral Services, Little Tree Preschools, Residential/Educational Programs, Consultation and Outreach Services and finally Family Support Services.
Great leaps learning centerThey provide the highest quality behavior analytics services for children, families, and organizations in Alabama. They offer ABA therapy both at the center and at home and the center focuses on skills such as: Social skills School readiness Fine and gross motor skills, Language and Communication and others
The Autism Clinic at HopeThe Autism Clinic is an entity committed to the care and professional care of children with ASD. They offer a full range of high-quality services from birth to 18 years of age, with behavior analysts, licensed therapists and a highly qualified and accredited professional team.
AngelSense. Autism Schools in USAAngelSense offers a blog that provides helpful resources and information for transitioning your child to a new class or facility. Accessing the link highlights an AngelSense curated list of some of the best autism schools across the country, both public and private.
Mitchell's Place: HomeIt is a state-of-the-art center providing comprehensive, research-based services for children and families affected by autism spectrum disorder and other developmental disabilities. Provides quality diagnostic, educational, and therapeutic services. They have highly qualified therapists, analysts and teachers who create individualized and comprehensive treatment plans.
Horizons schoolThey offer an educational program that promotes successful transition to independent living for young adults with learning disabilities, autism spectrum, and developmental disorders. Its programs seek to improve the personal independence, social independence, professional independence and self-determination of these people.
Early autism servicesThey provide ABA therapy services to diverse communities around the world, their services include home and center-based ABA therapy, occupational, speech and language therapy, telehealth services, social skills groups, teens, and free apprenticeships. They have a highly qualified and certified staff.
Sears and Sears Special. Education LawThe Law Offices of Sears and Sears with a combined total of over 30 years of experience in special needs and special education law, criminal defense, juvenile law, DUI and personal injury and insurance claims. They serve clients with autism, asperger's, ADD/ADHD, down syndrome, intellectual disabilities, learning disabilities, hearing or speech impairments and much more.
ADAPThe Alabama Disability Advocacy Program (ADAP) is the Advocacy and Protection System charged with protecting the rights of Alabamans with disabilities to be free from abuse, neglect, and discrimination based on their disabilities. ADAP's mission is to provide quality legal advocacy services to protect, promote and advance their rights.
AnswersNowAnswersNow was founded to make ABA therapy for autism more accessible to families. They have an easy-to-use telehealth platform that allows you to access personalized therapy in person from home. Their page has a resource section that includes a blog, parent university, and autism screening tools.
Applied ABC. Family-Centered Autism TherapyApplied ABC provides ABA and autism therapy services for individuals with autisml Applied Behavioral Counseling provides behavioral therapy in the home. The organization offers evaluations, treatment plan, behavior analyst, parenting trainings and much more.
Behavior Therapy AssociatesThey offer services based on behavioral therapy, within these are telehealth services, services for children and adults, autism spectrum disorder, positive parenting, socio-emotional learning, Cogmed training, psychoeducational and psychological evaluations, neuropsychological evaluations, workshops, presentations and plus.
Fusion Autism CenterThey are leading ABA therapy providers nationwide. The team includes highly-skilled board-certified behavior analysts and registered behavior technicians dedicated to offering personalized care. Services include home and center services, family counseling assistance, and ABA therapy. Accept most major insurance policies.
A New Direction: Breaking The Cycle of Poverty IncPhone: 334-647-1009
Contact: Jefkida Johnson
Address: A New Direction: Breaking The Cycle of Poverty Inc.
7007 Potsdam Ct
Montgomery , AL 36117 United States
Specialized therapeutic treatment and learning development program for children & adults needing assistance with Autism & Mental Health.
Arc of Walker CountyIt is a nonprofit organization that works in conjunction with other partner organizations to help people with intellectual and developmental disabilities find the services they need to live as independently as possible. They have a wide variety of services that include residential programs, employment programs, community-based programs, early intervention, among others.
Inquiring MindsOffers ABA therapy, intensive parent training services, BACB fieldwork opportunities, and school consultation.
Inquiring Minds provides comprehensive evidence-based treatment by collaborating with an interdisciplinary team to address skill development and progress. offer intensive parent training services focused on different skill sets at home or in the community, Assessments, Early Intervention Programs, Functional Behavior Assessments, Behavior Reduction Programs, Crisis Intervention Response Programs and many more.
Madison Behavior TherapyThe mission is to provide the highest quality and effective programming in applied behavior analysis for people with autism and related disorders, as well as other behavioral diagnoses. Their services include services for families ages 12 months to 18 years, school services, and services for medical professionals available in clinical, home, and community settings.
Wiggins, Childs, Pantazis, Fisher & Goldfar Law FirmThe attorneys at Wiggins, Childs, Pantazis, Fisher & Goldfarb represent parents and their children in cases involving student access to appropriate educational programs and services necessary to ensure equal opportunity, working diligently to protect the rights of children with a variety of disabilities throughout the United States. They have 30 years of experience representing parents and students in their efforts to secure an appropriate education and redress harassment and discrimination on the basis of disability.
Northern Justice Project, LLCIt is a private civil rights and special education firm focused on representing low- and middle-income Alaskans in complex lawsuits against the state and federal governments and large corporations.
Alabama - Applied ABCApplied ABC provides ABA and autism therapy services for individuals with autism. Applied Behavioral Counseling provides behavioral therapy in the home. The organization offers evaluations, treatment plan, behavior analyst, parenting trainings and much more.
We Rock the SpectrumRobert and Danielle, parents of a child with ASD, know that there is a deep need for a place where children of ALL abilities can play, learn and grow together in an inclusive environment. The gym includes Suspended equipment with swings, Protective mats and pillows, Zip line: to release stress and relax the joints and body, Trampoline, Indoor play structure, Sensory toys, Fine motor area and arts and crafts

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Disclaimer: The resources posted on Ability Life Solutions are meant solely as suggestions and should not be construed as child-specific advice. The Center For Autism and Related Disorders recommends working with a board-certified behavior analyst (BCBA) who has experience with autism before starting any intensive behavioral intervention. Any choices you make in determining your child’s treatment are completely at your own discretion.

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