Resources for Families

Contact your student's school, teachers, Child Study Team, and community engagement specialist to learn more:

Parental Support

Learning Disabilities



  • Parents of Children with Autism
  • Autism Speaks
  • NJ Association of Behavior Analysis
  • Autism Web
  • Spectrum Works: Spectrum Works is a unique nonprofit that creates job opportunities for individuals with autism by building inclusive workforces at companies.
  • Rethink Ed: Rethink Ed combines the power of technology and research to deliver innovative, scalable and evidence-based tools and resources to support the whole child.
  • Nassan’s Place: Nassan’s Place is a 501(c)(3) non profit corporation that is helping to make a difference in the lives of children and families affected by autism in and around under-served communities by providing educational and recreational programs, social outings, and resources.
  • Rutgers University DDC: Our mission of service to people with autism spectrum disorders, their families and their schools is carried out through services and programs.
  • HealthMatch: Know the signs of Autism — One of the Fastest Growing Developmental Disorders

Resources for Transition to College and Careers

  • College & Autism: Insight and Resources for Students: "The lead-up to college can be a stressful time for any student. With so many changes on the horizon, your anxiety may kick up a notch or two. For some, this pre-college anxiety is manageable but for others, it may be harder to handle. If you have autism spectrum disorder (ASD), you may be especially impacted by the thought of incoming change and loss of your routine. However, taking the time to create a preparation game plan for your college transition can make a big difference when it comes to your overall success. So, where do you start?"

NJ Coalition for Inclusive Education

Listen up! Resources from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association

Adult Guardianship