Autism Behavioral and Relational Resources

These Behavioral and Relational Autism Resources can improve your understanding of child development and provide support and intervention that will help your child reach their fullest potential.

Autism Behavioral and Relational Resources
How to Improve Emotional Self-Regulation Among Children with Autism and Attention Disorders. Psychology@Pepperdine, the online Master of Science in Behavioral Psychology program from Pepperdine University.
University of Maryland is looking for study participants ages 7-12 who have autism. During your visit to the MNC, your child will play games while lying inside an MRI scanner. You will be compensated monetarily for your time. 301-405-7612
Relationship and Money Problems? TOGETHER is a FREE program to help couples.
Floortime Foundation (Stanley Greenspan and Serena Weider)
ICDL Interdisciplinary Council of Developmental and Learning Disorders
DIR Developmental, Individual Difference, Relationship-based Model
RDI Relationship Development Intervention
Applied Behavioral Analysis
CDC Autism Resources
National Autism Center
Sesame Street Autism Resources for Parents
Help Loved Ones with Sensory Overload Enjoy Shopping
Operation Autism for Military Families
Academic Accommodation Resources
Temple Grandin’s Teaching Tips
Taking your Child with Autism to the Orthodontist
Estate Planning for Parents of Kids with Autism
Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and Sleep
Treatment options and tips for managing ASD and sleep on a regular basis
Autism FYI Organization
(OWCA partner in service)
A Guide to Moving with Children Who Have Autism
If you’re moving with a child with autism, it’s especially important to help relieve moving stress for both you and your kid.
Guide to Life Insurance for Parents of Children with Disabilities
Life insurance can help create a secure future for a child with disabilities and offers parents priceless peace of mind. We cover how much life insurance one should have, how to financially plan for future expenses based on a child’s needs and resources for families looking for help.


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