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Alabama Autism and Asperger's Support Group Network We welcome everyone from all suppport groups in our state and anyone with the desire to share knowledge with the autism community. We hope to unite everyone young & old in alabama who's life has been affected by autism. Uniting, sharing knowledge and support for all 67 counties in our state. A hub for any info, events, to be shared from all of our state. Please help us spread the news. Invite your friends. Join or start a group, forum, add a vid, add an article, add your personal experience. Together we will never be alone again. Support, News, Information Alabama Autism 
Alabama Autism Assistance Program  The Alabama Autism Assistance Program is a non-profit organization providing scholarships to families with children with autism. The mission of the Alabama Autism Assistance Program (AAAP) is to provide scholarships to children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders to help pay for behavioral therapy, consultation services, and biomedical interventions in the state of Alabama. Financial Assistance AAAP 
Alabama Council for Developmental Disabilities Mission:To serve as an advocate for Alabama's citizens with developmental disabilities and their families; to empower them with the knowledge and opportunity to make informed choices and exercise control over their own lives; and to create a climate for positive social change to enable them to be respected, independent and productive integrated members of society. Their purpose is to provide funds for individuals with developmental disabilities, their family members, or their guardians to participate in conferences, training events, public forums, focus groups, committees, task forces, hearings and other similar activities. Funds will be distributed based on goals and priorities set by the Council.  Advocacy ACDD 
Alabama Department of Education Information, documents and contacts available for special eduation and all Alabama public schools. Education Alabama Department of Education 
Alabama Disability Advocacy Resource (ADAP) ADAP is part of national federally mandated protection and advocacy system. Services offered include: information and referral; education and training; individual case advocacy Advocacy/Information Alabama Disability Advocacy Resource 
Alabama Interagency Autism Coordinatng Council (AIACC) The Alabama Interagency Autism Coordinating Council was created to meet the urgent and substantial need to develop and implement a statewide comprehensive, coordinated, multidisciplinary, interagency system of care for individuals with autism spectrum disorder and their families. Government/Education/Training/Resource AIACC 
Autism Alabama Information and training site developed by Alabama State Dept of Education at the recommnedation of the Alabama IACC Education, Training, Information AutismAlabama-Dept of Ed Autism Website 
Autism Asperger Syndrom Consulting Group LLC Our services include (but are not limited to): Observation & Interview, Staff Observation & Training, IEP Preparation & Participation, Social Skills Groups, Life Skills Coaching, Functional Assessments & Behavior Modifications, Academic Tutoring, Conferences/ Workshops/ Seminars/ In-Services, TOPS 3: Elementary (Test of Problem Solving 3: Elementary), TOPS - Adolescent (Test of Problem Solving - Adolescent). The Autism Asperger Syndrome Consulting Group, LLC is focused on intervention-based services for children, adolescents, and adults with characteristics of Asperger Syndrome and PDD-NOS. Services are extended to individual families, behavioral companies, and school systems. Social Skills Groups  School Consultation AASCG 
Autism Society of Alabama State-wide resources, refererrals,support groups, discussion boards, and more Autism Organizations Autism Alabama 
Glenwood, Inc. The Autism and Behavioral Health Center Touches the lives of more than 7,000 individuals in Alabama this year through its 20 plus services including diagnostic and assessment services, vocational training, supportive employment, residential, and supported home living Education/Consultation/Residential/Supported Employment Glenwood Inc. 
Hand in Paw Hand In Paw is Alabama's first nonprofit organization to provide registered Delta Society Pet Partner teams as therapeutic tools in medical, social service and educational settings. Hand In Paw's mission is to improve people's health and quality of life through therapeutic interaction with certified animals.  Animal Therapy Hand in Paw 
HANDS, LLC HANDS (Help for Autism and Neurodevelopmental Disorders) is a Birmingham company that provides a wider variety of services to children with neuro-developmental disorders and their families. Services include one on one clinic programs for children 1 1/2 to 18; Home Services; Social Skills groups for children ages 3 to 15; School Services; Monthly Informational workshops for parents and professionals; parent support groups; and BCBA supervision and practicum. ABA Therapy, Social Skills Training, Consultation HANDS LLC 
Learning Tree Inc. Learning Tree Residential Schools (Mobile, Jacksonville, Tallahasse); Little Tree Preschool (Mobile,Jacksonville, Auburn) and consultation. For more information, please see description under Local Resources>Autism Schools or Consultation and/or visit the Learning Tree website. Education/Consultation Learning Tree, Inc. 
Mitchell's Place Provides school consultation for psychology/psychiatry, occupational therapy, and speech therapy School Consultation Mitchell's Place 
Statewide Technology Access and Response for Alabamians with Disabilities The mission of STAR is to increase the provision of, access to and funding for assistive technology for Alabamians of all ages and all disabilities through a variety of comprehensive activities and services available statewide. STAR provides short-term loans of assistive technology to persons with disabilities who wish to try out different types of devices. This program also provides equipment loans to rehabilitation professionals so they can better assess and evaluate persons with disabilities using technology.  Assistive Technology STAR 
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