ACCO provides inclusive education, pathways to employment, and statewide family support programs to create opportunities and sustainable change for families across Colorado.
Who they are: Autism Delaware is a resource agency that staffs individuals and family members with Autism to connect and work with families who are in need of assistance. Our family support staff are experienced professionals and parents of children with autism. They work one-on-one with families to find services and supports that meet their needs. They will also walk you through all of the program's and benefits in the state that are available to families with autism. Contact: The best way to contact Autism Delaware is to call their Family Support Intake Coordinator, Melanie Matusheski at 302-224-6020, extension 219 or use the email below.
New Jersey’s most valued and reliable resource for referrals, services, and the latest information about autism.
For over 20 years, ASRC has held to the ideal that everyone deserves to live their best life possible. This belief guides ASRC’s mission: to provide lifelong access to opportunities for persons on the autism spectrum with the goal of being fully-included and participating members of their communities. ASRC’s vision is two-fold: to prepare those with ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorders) for the world, as we prepare the world for those with ASD. ASRC has led the way in advocating at the state level for family and adult services for over 20 years, and continues to be a voice in Hartford to help expand on those services now in place. A key player in creating the pilot program for adult services, the Division of Autism, and the Waiver for adults with ASD, all located within the Department of Developmental Services, ASRC has also served as a participating stakeholder on many committees, councils and other bodies at the state level including the Advisory Council for the Autism Division currently located at The Department of Social Services. ASRC’s philosophy is driven by the understanding that ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorders) presents itself differently in different people, therefore no single intervention is helpful for all individuals on the autism spectrum. Families need to make decisions based on good information (education) in conjunction with what they already understand about their child/teen/adult.
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