World Wide Organizations


List of Resources - World Wide Organizations

Autism SpeaksSupport Groups Speaks is dedicated to promoting solutions, across the spectrum and throughout life, to the needs of people with autism and their families.
Autism Society of AmericaTraininghttps://autismsociety.orgThe 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.
We Rock The Spectrum Kids GymRecreation & Community Lifehttps://www.werockthespectrumkidsgym.comThe Gyms offer children of all abilities a place to play and grow together. They provide a fun and motivating environment to help them in the areas of strength, movement, sensory processing, communication, positive behavior modification, social interactions and self-care skills. Gyms include suspended equipment with swings for balance and vestibular processing, mats and pillows for fun, motor planning and strength, zip line to release stress and relax joints and body, trampoline to develop legs and core strength, indoor play structure for climbing and increasing play skills, sensory toys to improve auditory processing and fine motor skills and Arts & Crafts to improve hand-eye coordination, calming room to regulate emotions and reduce negative sensory input, private room for birthdays, private events and classes and retail store + healthy snacks and beverages.
World Autism OrganizationOther Resourceshttps://worldautismorganisation.comIt is an international organization dedicated to improving the quality of life of persons with autism and their families, promoting the rights of persons with autism and their families without distinction of nationality, race, gender, or creed, securing on their behalf from all possible sources, the provision of supportive health, residential, educational, training, employment and welfare services. It also seeks to create a common bond of understanding among persons with autism and to promote their interests through cooperation among organizations representing national efforts on their behalf.
Translate »
Skip to content