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Illinois Autism Resources

The Arc of Illinois

A non-profit offering information, support, and training for families, people with disabilities, and professionals.

Rush University

An online resource directory with links and descriptions of autism services and support referrals.

National Autism Resources

Autism Speaks

The largest US autism organization providing science, advocacy, and resources for families.


A government website with information, articles, data, and statistics about Autism Spectrum Disorder.

TACA (The Autism Community in Action)

A support group offering events, resources, parent mentorship, and a Facebook support group for parents of children with autism.

Resources From Experts

Autism Parents Magazine

An extensive list of autism resources for parents and family members.

Coupon Chief

A guide to discount programs and special offers for individuals with autism.

Dental Tips For Autistic Kids

A guide for parents on oral treatment and preparing for dentist visits for children with autism.

Product Diggers

A guide to designing a playroom for children with autism, including recommended toys.


A guide to determine if a therapy dog is right for children with autism.

Information on ABA Therapy

BACB (Behavior Analyst Certification Board)

The website for the certification board of ABA therapists with information on the history, effectiveness, and licensure requirements.

APBA (Association of Professional Behavior Analysts)

A non-profit promoting the science-based practice of Applied Behavior Analysis.


I Love ABA

A blog for parents created by a BCBA with easy-to-understand ABA treatments and tips.

eSpecial Needs

A blog with advice and ideas for children with ASD, covering a range of topics from recommended toys to teaching new skills.

Chicago Parent

A local blog with events, advice, and ideas for children with autism in Chicago.

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