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  • Autism Spectrum Disorders - Canadian American Research Consortium

    A Canadian group of researchers, clinicians and parents working together to better understand the causes, origins and effects of autism spectrum disorders, and the effects of treatment of persons with an ASD or a related disorder.
  • Autism Spectrum Quarterly

    Online magazine which aims to serve as the information leader and bridge between the research and general autism communities. Its aim is to bring its readers the high-interest articles they want and the reader-friendly, cutting-edge science news they need.
  • Autism Treatment Center of America

    Division of the US not-for-profit organisation, which describes itself as the worldwide teaching centre for the Son-Rise Programme.
  • Autism Treatment Plus

    Formerly known as Autism Treatment Trust and before that Action Against Autism. Scottish company which aims to raise awareness of potential environmental triggers for autistic spectrum disorders (ASD) and to counter the claims that autism is a purely inherited (genetic) condition.
  • Autism UK Forum

    Message board run by UK charity which exists to increase awareness of autism, together with well established and newly developed approaches in the diagnosis, assessment, education and treatment.
  • Autism: The International Journal of Research and Practice

    International journal which provides a major international forum for research of direct and practical relevance to improving the quality of life for individuals with autism or autism-related disorders.
  • Autismweb.com

    US message board which covers a range of treatments and therapies.
  • Autistic Self-Advocacy Network

    Non-profit organisation run by and for autistics, which aims to improve the representation of the autistic community in public policy discussions as well as to advance the autistic culture movement.
  • Autistica

    UK charity which aims to act as a catalyst in increasing the funds available for biomedical autism research in the UK.
  • autistics.org

    Website run by people with autism, which describes itself as the real voice of autism.
  • Autuniversity mailing list

    Online mailing list for students with an autism spectrum condition studying at university or tertiary education level.
  • B.I.R.D.

    UK charity which provides a unique approach to the treatment of neurological impairment known as 'Developmental Reflexive Rehabilitation'.
  • Berard AIT website

    Site which sets out to explain the Berard AIT method. Includes archives of the Society for Auditory Integration Techniques.
  • BioMedCentral

    Open Access publisher of biomedical research articles.
  • BioMedSearch

    Biomedical search engine that contains NIH/PubMed documents, plus a large collection of theses, dissertations, and other publications not found anywhere else for free.
  • Boston Higashi School

    School in Boston, USA which aims to improve the education of individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder through the implementation and application of Daily Life Therapy.
  • Brainwave

    UK charity which provides therapy to children with developmental delay whether caused by cerebral palsy, genetic disorder or brain injury.
  • Bramhall Speech and Language Therapy

    UK company which provides a range of speech and language therapy services, including the Child's Talk programme.
  • Bright Futures School

    Bright Futures is an independent school registered with the Department for Education. It caters for children with statements of special educational need who have a diagnosis of autism.
  • British Psychological Society

    The representative body for psychology and psychologists in the UK, and is responsible for the promotion of excellence and ethical practice in the science, education, and practical applications of the discipline.