Minnesota

List of State Resources - Minnesota

NameDescription
Autism SpeaksAutism Speaks is dedicated to promoting solutions, across the spectrum and throughout life, to the needs of people with autism and their families.
Minnesota Autism Resource PortalThe purpose of this website is to provide the Minnesota autism community with up-to-date information and resources related to ASD. Everyone involved in the creation hopes that this website will help the Minnesota autism community connect, share and learn together. Content will be collected from a variety of sources, including non-profit organizations, state and federal agencies, and other autism-related organizations.
Autism Society of Minnesota (AuSM)AuSM is a non-profit organization that seeks to improve the lives of individuals and families affected by autism spectrum disorder. AuSM serves Minnesotans, throughout their lives, with a fundamental commitment to advocacy, education, advocacy, collaboration, and community building.
Minnesota Autism Center (MAC)MAC provides therapeutic services to children and adolescents between the ages of 18 months and 21 years who have ASD. Services are center-based and home-based, using various therapeutic modalities, all based on the principles of ABA therapy, to develop individualized treatment plans and group learning experiences.
Department of HealthThe Minnesota Department of Health seeks to protect, maintain and improve the health of all Minnesotans where all communities thrive and all people have what they need to be healthy.
Department of EducationThe Minnesota Department of Education provides relevant information about autism spectrum disorder with a list of family and professional resources.
FRASERFraser is Minnesota's largest and most experienced provider of autism and early childhood mental health services. Fraser serves infants to adults with health care, housing, education, and employment. Its programs are nationally recognized for being of high quality, innovative and individualized for each family.
Communities Engaging AutismCommunities Engaging Autism's work is based on empowering young families living with autism with the information and support they need to fully participate in their communities.
Southeastern Minnesota Center for Independent LivingSEMCIL is a non-profit, community-based organization that offers a variety of independent living and support services for people with disabilities, including the Disability Hub MN and Personal Care Assistance. The services help people with disabilities to live as independently as possible while at the same time empowering people with disabilities in their communities. Their website has a very comprehensive list of resources.
Rochester Center for AutismThe Rochester Center for Autism provides therapy and support to more than 70 children with autism and their families. The therapists who opened the Center continue to own and operate the business. The Center strives to create an enabling environment where everyone, students and staff, can succeed.
Wright County Minnesota. AutismThe platform exposes an informative list of entities and organizations that work with the autistic community. Each of these resources has a brief description and its respective contact number.
Holland CenterThe center offers a number of important services within the autism spectrum such as ABA therapy, Diagnostic Evaluation, private consultation, speech and language therapy, occupational therapy and biomedical intervention.
Partners in ExcellencePartners In Excellence offers families a fully inclusive, center-based autism program. Clients can meet their therapy needs in a unique, well-coordinated setting. Each of the centers offers ABA Therapy and Applied Verbal Behavior Therapy (AVB), Occupational Therapy, Food Therapy, Psychotherapy and Speech Therapy, all in-house.
Autism MattersThe organization has five main services for all its clients, applied behavior analysis therapy, speech and language therapy, occupational therapy, feeding therapy and psychotherapy.
Autism Allies.
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There are a variety of professionals that make up the clinical roster - physicians and dentists with experience working with ASD patients, and speech, behavioral, and occupational therapists - who can help a child acclimate to and normalize existing sensory challenges. Autism Allies of Wright County strives to improve the lives of people with autism and their families by providing information on local resources.
The Arc NorthlandArc Northland is a non-profit organization serving children and adults with disabilities and their families. They are affiliated with The Arc of the United States, a national disability rights organization, and Arc Minnesota.
Department of human services IEDBIThe Early Intensive Developmental and Behavioral Intervention benefit is a Minnesota Health Care Program for individuals up to age 21 with ASD or related conditions. The purpose of the EIDBI benefit is to provide medically necessary services, including education, training, and support to parents and families. Intervention that teaches language, communication, self-care, and safety skills, as well as regulatory strategies.
Minnesota autism resource portalThe purpose of this website is to provide the Minnesota autism community with up-to-date information and resources related to ASD. Content is compiled from a variety of sources, including non-profit organizations, state and federal agencies, and other autism-related organizations.
Center for Disease Control and PreventionCDC is committed to continuing to provide essential data on ASDs, looking for factors that put children at risk for ASD and its possible causes, and developing resources to help identify children with ASD as early as possible.
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.
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
United Healthcare Children's FoundationUHCCF's mission is to provide medical grants to improve the quality of life for children in the United States. UHCCF grants provide financial help/assistance for families with children who have medical needs not covered or not fully covered by their commercial health insurance plan.
Caravel Autism Health - BoiseThe clinics offer individual therapy and peer interaction in a welcoming, child-friendly environment designed especially for children on the autism spectrum. Caravel Autism Health's network of autism health professionals develop individualized autism treatment plans based on the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy.

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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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