There are many therapies and programs available to help children, teenagers and adults on the autism spectrum, but it can be difficult to know where to begin.

From ABA therapy to training programs to become a motion graphic designer or to support young adults on the spectrum seeking employment, we’ll cover a wide range of topics.

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  • We Rock the Spectrum

    We Rock the Spectrum Kid’s Gym was founded to provide a place for children of all ability levels to play and grow together. As the only kid’s gym that offers an inclusive philosophy we have found all children can benefit from our uniquely designed sensory equipment that is specifically designed t...

  • Spectrum Laboratory

    Education, entertainment and empowerment for the autistic and neuro-diverse communities through the arts. Developing professional skills, building social connections and self esteem while exploring passions and desires!


  • Acting to get a chance in life

  • Benefit of yoga for kids on the spectrum

    YEAS Yoga is an educational yoga program specifically designed for children with Autism Spectrum and other learning challenges.

    YEAS blends the principles of Yoga, sensory integration, and developmentally based strategies that foster emotional, social and intellectual growth.


  • Combine successfully politics and autism

  • Work as a motion graphic designer

    Exceptional Minds (EM) is a nonprofit vocational school and working studio that prepares young adults on the autism spectrum for careers in digital animation and visual effects. The first and only school of its kind, EM is a dynamic answer to the high unemployment and social isolation characteris...

  • Finding the right therapy // Yudi Bennett

  • Mindspark, job opportunity in IT

    To use free market forces to drive social change by creating careers in high tech for people with specialized abilities, thereby increasing their independence and improving their quality of life.

    By training and employing individuals with specialized abilities as software testers, we will maxi...

  • Ed Asner Family Center

    The Ed Asner Family Center is a one-stop shop for those with special needs and their families seeking wholeness in all attitudes of life. The Center will act as an oasis of balance and thought, of interaction and education. Most importantly, The Center will give children and adults of all levels ...

  • Benefit of art for autism

  • Why we started Autism Stories

    Remi Tetot, the founder of Autism Stories, explains why he launched this platform, our mission and what the channel has in store for viewers. His son was diagnosed with autism in 2012 and the news set Remi and his wife off on a journey to learn as much as they could about the condition.

    The s...

  • The Autism Sisters Project

    The Autism Science Foundation (ASF), a not-for-profit organization dedicated to supporting and funding autism research, today announced the launch of the Autism Sisters Project, a new initiative that will give unaffected sisters of individuals with autism the opportunity to take an active role in...