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The American Autism Association is dedicated to educating people about autism and advocating for those affected by autism. Whether you are newly diagnosed, a parent of a child who has recently been diagnosed, or someone just curious about autism – we have the information for you. Varying from information on signs and symptoms of autism, scholarships for students with autism, autistic group homes, finding autism support groups, and much more!

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2129 East South Boulevard Montgomery Alabama 36116

Autism Response Team (ART) members are specially trained to connect families with information, resources and opportunities. They are available to answer calls and emails from 9am to 1pm local time.

400 Eastern Bypass Suite 201 Montgomery Alabama 36116

Autism Response Team (ART) members are specially trained to connect families with information, resources and opportunities. They are available to answer calls and emails from 9am to 1pm local time.

Alabama

Autism Response Team (ART) members are specially trained to connect families with information, resources and opportunities. They are available to answer calls and emails from 9am to 1pm local time.

821 S Perry Street Montgomery Alabama 36104-0519

The Autism Spectrum Center specializes in providing advocacy, education, intervention, community outreach programs and encouraging unity within our society to create a supportive environment for everyone effected by Autism, Asperger's Syndrome, PDD-NOS and other mental disorders most often identified during childhood.

4317 A Midmost Drive Mobile Alabama 36609-5589
AYFN's Offices are located throughout the state. Alaska
5304 - B Overlook Road Mobile Alabama 36618

Autism Response Team (ART) members are specially trained to connect families with information, resources and opportunities. They are available to answer calls and emails from 9am to 1pm local time.

Lee County Autism Resources and Advocacy (LCARA) is a non-profit organization providing resources, workshops, meetings and support for families in Lee County, Alabama. Together with educators, business professionals, and parents, we hope to bring the communities of Lee County a better understanding of Autism Spectrum Disorders and how families are affected.

2820 Columbiana Road Suite 210 Birmingham Alabama 35216

The focus of intervention is acquisition of effective communication through collaboration with families, schools, and the community for children and young adults from birth to 21 years of age. Family members are encouraged to attend sessions, and therapy is centered around each family's individualized speech-language concerns, goals, and desired long-term outcomes for their child or young adult. Intervention is supported by current research. 

557 S. Lawrence St. Montgomery Alabama

The Arc of Alabama, Inc. is a volunteer-based membership organization made up of individuals with intellectual (such as mental retardation, an old and outdated term seldom used anymore), developmental and other disabilities, their families, friends, interested citizens, and professionals in the disability field. The Arc also advocates for people with other disabilities who need similar supports and services in order to be as productive and independent as possible.

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