List of State Resources - Connecticut

Autism SpeaksAutism Speaks is dedicated to promoting solutions, across the spectrum and throughout life, to the needs of people with autism and their families.
Connecticut Families for Effective Autism Treatment
CT FEAT is a non-profit organization formed by parents to provide information, support, and networking opportunities to families of childrenwith autism spectrum disorders (ASD). Services offered are: Connecticut Parents Only, Craemer-shea Memorial Scholarship for Professional
Development in Applied Behavior Analysis, Craemer-Shea Memorial Parent Training Fund, Information Resources, Outreach, Education and Advocacy
Autism Families ConnecticutThe organization provides recreational and social activities for families affected by autism that promote growth and meaningful social connections. Their programs are designed by expert professional therapists. These support your child's gross and fine motor skills, sports skills, and social interactions.
The Center of Excellence in Autism Spectrum DisordersThe Center of Excellence in Autism Spectrum Disorders serves and supports school personnel who educate children and youth with an autism spectrum disorder living in Connecticut and beyond. The Center consists of three divisions: Training, Research and Direct Services. It also offers a variety of trainings and special events throughout the school year.
BenhavenBenhaven has grown into a multifaceted agency serving autistic people of all ages and with diverse needs. It is a private non-profit agency located in south central Connecticut, currently has eight main program areas: Benhaven Academy, Benhaven Learning Network, Benhaven Career & Transition Services, Benhaven Residential Services, Benhaven Children's Behavioral Services, Benhaven School, Benhaven Individual & Family Support and Benhaven Shared Living Community Companion Home.
CT Behavioral Health Partnership.You can use this site to find information on how to access and provide HUSKY behavioral health and support services. The site has a special section for autism spectrum disorder. Some of these resources are in English and Spanish.
Oak Hill SchoolOak Hill School is a private special education school. They offer a 12-month community education program for day and residential students. The school program serves students with moderate to severe disabilities ages 3 to 22, including autism, emotional disabilities, behavior problems, and students with multiple disabilities.
Department of Social Services for People with AutismThe Department of Social Services for People with Autism Waiver provides services in the home and in the community to people with autism who do not have an intellectual disability
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Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASDs)
The site provides a list of information and support resources for the family regarding autism spectrum disorder.
Connecticut Psychiatry and Wellness CenterChild and adult psychiatric care and interventional psychiatry located in Hamden, CT and Woodbridge, CT and mental health professionals specialize in autism care and serve people of all ages
Center of Excellence on Autism Spectrum DisordersServes and supports school personnel who educate children and youth with an autism spectrum disorder living in Connecticut and beyond. The Center of Excellence in Autism Spectrum Disorders consists of three divisions: Training, Research, and Direct Services.
Keystone Human ServicesThey are part of a global movement to support people with disabilities. Their services include mental health services, nursing, assistance dogs. among others.
Ascend Autism GroupProvides evidence-based ABA services in a compassionate and safe environment. Programs include early intervention programs, targeted intervention, social skills work, and parenting services.
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.
Connecticut - 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.
Spectro del autism UniversitarioCollege Autism Spectrum (CAS) is an independent organization of professionals whose purpose is to help students with autism spectrum disorders and their families. They specialize in college counseling and job readiness. We help students with ASD explore college options before, during, and during the college process. They serve the disabled in a variety of college settings, including 4-year public, private, and professional community colleges, as well as 2-year community colleges and technical schools
Autism Families CONNECTICUTIt is a non-profit organization that offers programming for people ages 3-29 on the autism spectrum. Most of their programs are held on weekends and last for several weeks. These programs are: "Me and My Pal Play Group" for ages 3-6, "Friday Night Teen Socials" for ages 14 and up, "Young Adult Hangouts" or young adults on the autism spectrum looking for fun, games , and good laughs, "Playing on Spectrum" is a 4-week show that takes place on Sundays and "Building on the Spectrum". People will be encouraged to share their creativity, practice problem-solving skills using LEGO® and other building media.
Prism Autims CenterThe leading center for early services offers comprehensive and intensive playful, interactive and individualized ABA services for your child in Farmington, Berlin and Guilford. State-of-the-art behavioral health facilities are modeled after preschool and early learning environments to replicate the natural, developmentally appropriate environment in which children thrive. There children learn Language/Communication Skills, Parallel Play, Social Skills, Life Skills, Independent Living Skills, Leisure Skills and much more
Autism Learning PartnersProvides services to children with autism and other developmental disabilities including center-based, home-based ABA therapy, early intervention, diagnostic services, social skills program, parent involvement and training, speech, occupational and physical therapy , telehealth services, comprehensive ABA therapy, and focused ABA therapy.
Oak Hill. Empowering people with disabilitiesOak Hill offers a full range of disability services to care for, educate, and advocate for people with disabilities, their families, and their communities. Provides business partners with supervision, vocational training, job site assessments, and recommendations for assistive technology and adaptive equipment.
Achieve BeyondProvides pediatric therapy and educational services to children, students, and families throughout the United States. Achieve Beyond's team of highly-skilled healthcare professionals includes: Speech-Language Pathologists, Special Educators, Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapists, Psychologists, Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs), Behavior Therapists, and more.
The Arc of Litchfield CountyLARC offers residential group home services, in-home supports, transportation, day and employment programs. They provide a wide range of supports and services including: Residential Living, Day Support Services, Person Centered Planning, Training and Career Placement, Transportation, Recreation and Olympics Camp MOE, Financial Management, Advocacy, Guardianship.
United Services incUnited Services is one of Connecticut's private, not-for-profit behavioral health centers, providing mental and behavioral health education, prevention, treatment, and social services to adults, children, families, and businesses in northeastern Connecticut. It has more than 30 different programs.
The Arc ConnecticutThe Arc of Connecticut is an advocacy organization committed to protecting the rights of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD). Offers a series of family education workshops called "Navigating to Advocate" Workshops include "After the Cap and Gown: Planning for the Future of an Adult Child with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities" and "Shifting Expectations: Housing Alternatives and employment for people with I/DD.
AANEProvides individuals, families, and professionals with information, education, community, support, and advocacy for people who have other neurological differences or who feel services would be helpful. In addition to providing services from Massachusetts and New York, AANE works closely with other autism and Asperger's organizations around the world, as well as disability organizations that offer services relevant to the autism population."
EastersealsEasterseals offers a variety of exceptional services, education, outreach and advocacy to help people with disabilities meet life's challenges and achieve personal goals, everything from child development centers to physical rehabilitation and job training for people with disabilities.
Beacon Services of ConnecticutIt is a private group practice of behavior analysts and multidisciplinary early intervention professionals that provides therapeutic services to people with developmental disabilities. Its early intervention services range from birth to three years old, in addition to offering home-based services and school-based ABA partnership programs.
Connecticut Behavioral HealthThe organization provides autism and ABA services, treatment services, school consultation services, assessment services, training/supervision courses working with schools, community organizations and other medical professionals to coordinate comprehensive care.
InBloom Autism ServicesWorking in 8 states around the country, Inbloom offers ABA therapy services, in-depth services, diagnostic evaluations, speech and language therapy, and finally occupational therapy. It also has resources for parents such as private insurance, health insurance, grants and scholarships, among others.
FOCUSFOCUS provides clinical, educational, residential, and support services to children, adults, and their families throughout Connecticut. Their services include a Fresh Start School which is a special education program for students ages 10-21, adult support services, consultative services and trainings.
Autism Care PartnersProvides comprehensive care, incorporating applied behavior analysis, speech and occupational therapy, and diagnostic evaluations to empower children and their families through all stages of growth and development. They serve families through a variety of programs, including early intervention and commercial insurance reimbursement programs.

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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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