- My Autism Network
What is Autism
Autism in Adulthood
Autism & Education
Resources By State
General Resources cont.
Treatment Specific Resources
Treatment Specific Resources cont.
"I found The National Autism Network to be very helpful. I was able to search for a local doctor for my daughter in their provider directory. I am able to ask questions in a discussion board and get them answered by real providers."
-- Mary Hughes (Raleigh, NC)
"My son was recently diagnosed with autism and my wife and I weren't sure what to do next. We were overwhelmed with the information online and finding the National Autism Network has helped to save us time in narrowing down the treatment options available, find providers who can work with our son and also provide encouragement to us knowing that we're not alone in this journey"
-- Shane Thomas (San Francisco, CA)
"I like being able to talk about the treatments my child is going through and compare notes. I have found many resources to help my child and I am educated in the research in my area and other places . Trying to keep up to date with all this was very challenging and The National Autism Network has made this easy for me."
-- Molli Young (Cary, NC)
"I really enjoy being surrounded by a community that understands my child. I recently moved to a new city and was worried about finding that support and people that understand my child. I checked out the events calendar and going to a couple events . I now have that support and I am more involved than I have ever been."
-- Chris Barrows (Tampa, FL)
"I am very happy to be part of the NAN to assist and collaborate with families and professionals across the US and internationally through online consulting, workshops, and behavioral/speech/occupational therapies. I fully support and am very excited about the NAN and its mission."
-- Dr. Patrick J. Rydell (Lone Tree, CO)