Autism dating resources
Make sure everything you post online is appropriate.Never post anything mean about other individuals, your workplace or other places you frequent in the community.You never know if the picture of you will end up all over the internet. Don’t assume that just because someone knows a friend of yours that they will respect your privacy.Do not share information with any strangers, even your friend’s friend.Avoid typing in confidential information into a public computer, like at the local library.Don’t pay your bills online in a public space if possible and protect your information if you must use it in public by looking who is around you when you type in passwords, billing information etc.Likewise, Sexy [email protected] also inappropriate because of the flirtatious nature of the name. Do not post when you are going on vacation, to work or school.
Extensive links to up-to-date information on autism resources and services in Washington State.
National organization supporting scientific research, awareness, advocacy, and family services for autism.
Offers both the â€œ100 Days Kitâ€ and â€œAsperger Syndrome & High Functioning Autismâ€ tool kits for families.
Information about neuropsychological evaluations for children (https:// and adults (https:// American Psychological Association: org Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies: org Effective Child Therapy: Evidence-based Mental Health Treatment for Children and Adolescents: National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN): National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: Available 24/7 at 1-800-273-TALK (8255), Pennsylvania Psychological Association: Injury Association of America:
Join family members, self advocates, social workers, therapists, counselors, physicians and nurses for a full-day forum to discuss areas of mutual concern, foster partnerships and keep abreast of current programs for people with developmental disabilities.