Grasp is a group dedicated to adult Autistics, which good, because there aren't a lot of them yet.

The Global and Regional Asperger Syndrome Partnership - Michael John Carley

50 autistic people you should know, according to this article

Not too long ago, Kerry Magro released a list called People with Autism You Should Know,” with the intent of introducing autistic people and their allies to a variety of autistic advocates.

My 'Ask Me Anything' post on Reddit with my answers to the hundreds of questions asked of me. I need to clean this up so it's easier to read.

I am an autistic artist with synesthesia that wrote, illustrated, and published a book so to bridge the gap between my world and yours.

ICDL used to be the main group that taught self-regulation. After their founder died it split into two groups; ICDL and Profectum. I work with both.

ICDL is the Home of DIR® and DIRFloortime® (AKA Floortime®). ICDL strives for a world where individual differences are embraced and everyone achieves their fullest potential.

This is a school designed to help reduce the bad parts of autism and strengthen the good. It is an amazing project that I am proud to be a part of.

Celebrate the Children (CTC) is a non-profit, state-approved private school, which serves a diverse range of students ages with autism and other challenges in relating and communicating.

Art studio that helps us handi-capables make our way in the art world. https://www.pinterest.com/artsunbound/ on Pin

Arts Unbound (AU) is a non-profit organization dedicated to the artistic achievement of individuals living with physical, developmental and mental disabilities

This is an old but valuable site that explains mental problems. I used it to arm myself against my depression ten years ago. I found this section especially compelling;  http://www.psycheducation.org/mechanism/MechanismIntro.htm

This is an old but valuable site that explains mental problems. I used it to arm myself against my depression ten years ago. I found this section especially compelling; http://www.psycheducation.org/mechanism/MechanismIntro.htm

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