List of Resources - Bermuda
|Tomorrow’s Voices – Bermuda Autism Early Intervention Centre||The organization seeks to bring positive change to the lives of people with autism, pervasive developmental disorders, and other developmental delays through research-based best educational practices. Provides training to allied health professionals, parents, teachers, and others in the Bermuda community. It also provides continuous care throughout people's lives, an effective and individualized educational program for children with autism and related disabilities.|
|Bermuda Autism Support & Education (BASE)||BASE is a community-based nonprofit organization that provides autism-related information, referrals, advocacy, training and support to families, professionals and community members. Its services encompass information and referral for autism services in Bermuda, Parent Support and Training, Community Education for educators, health professionals and other interested persons, Advocacy on behalf of persons with autism and their families, autism information and reference materials.|
|Ahmani's Cookie Company||Ahmani's Cookie Company es una empresa dirigida por Ahmani quien está dentro del espectro autista. Sus galletas se pueden ordenar en línea y se encuentran en East Broadway RUBiS, Lindo's Warwick, Scooter Mart (Paget), Boaz Island RubiS, Treats, Somerset Pharmacy, Warwick RUBiS, Devonshire Lindo's, Champs Glebe Road, Champs Dundonald Street, Leslie's Desserts, Fire and Slice Pizzeria, Northshore RUBiS y Northshore RUBiS .|
|Spautism||Spautism aims to provide a platform that will enhance the quality of experience for autistic people (whether competing, spectating or working) by sharing their stories and celebrating the positive impact of sport. Spautism has an advisory board that has expertise in business consulting, communications, education (primary to tertiary), employment, finance, marketing and, of course, autism and sport.|
|World Family Education||World Family Education is a collaborative project, with contributions from experienced education professionals and global nomads. World Family Education supports that decision-making process, which is unique to each family. For families living internationally, educational options can be limited, which is why World Family Education provides free information, resources and community to help you find the best education options available while living in another culture.|
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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