University of South Alabama

Resources

The USA Autism Diagnostic Clinic is a member of the Alabama Autism Provider's Network. www.al-autismproviders.net

 

 


 

The Mobile Asperger's Syndrome Support Group meets on the third Friday night of each month from 6:30 - 8:00 p.m. in Conference Room 1 at Providence Hospital. Anyone interested in learning more about Asperger's Syndrome, High Functioning Autism, or other related developmental disabilities is welcomed to attend. Childcare is not available. For more information, contact Candy Knickerbocker at (251) 767-0304.


Alabama Early Intervention: 1-800-543-3098


Alabama Interagency Coordinating Council (AAICC)

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.

www.autism.alabama.gov


Alabama Lifespan Respite Resource Network

Maintains a database of respite providers in the state of Alabama

www.alabamarespite.org


Alabama Lifespan Respite Resource Network

Maintains a database of respite providers in the state of Alabama

www.alabamarespite.org

 


United Cerebral Palsy of Mobile

UCP offers a wide range of services for people of all ages, from early intervention through adulthood.

www.ucpmobile.org/


The Center for Autism & Asperger Resources, Inc.

Mary Thweatt, Director


P.O. Box 2024
Robertsdale, Alabama 36567
251-213-4660
251-978-6577

Look for us on Facebook:

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Center-for-Autism-Asperger-Resources-Inc/187353041496?ref=search&sid=100000034290491.3057571566..1


The Learning Tree, Inc.

The Learning Tree, Inc. is a non-profit organization that exists to provide a warm and loving environment with individualized, empirically validated services and supports to persons with significant educational, medical, and behavioral challenges; helping them develop and maintain a quality of life enjoyed by non-disabled members of their family and community.

www.learning-tree.org


"What you can do"- read this blog by Dr. Swingle and Dr. Anderson

http://blog.al.com/press-register-commentary/2010/03/your_word_taking_autism_issue_to_montgomery.html


On Tuesday, March 30, Drs. Swingle and Anderson took part in Autism Matters Legislative Day, in Montgomery. There with a host of parents and children representing several schools legislators to call attention to the needs of children on the autism spectrum.


"USA Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics are proud supporters of the Alabama Autism Society. Team USA participates annually in the Mobile, AL Autism Walk at Hank Aaron Stadium to show their support of this noble cause. If you would like to support the Alabama Autism Society, you can donate through the link below.  Information about the next Autism Walk and how to support Team USA will be available in late winter.

http://www.firstgiving.com/process/donatechannel

The USA Autism Diagnostic Clinic is a member of
the Alabama Autism Provider's Network

 

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