The National Federation supports families in all the work that they do at the local, state and national level. Through the various programs and resources, this nonprofit is able to help families and their children obtain the needed resources and supports to help them lead healthy lives. The mission of this family driven organization is to provide advocacy, leadership, technical assistance, and transform health in America. Resources include publications, fact sheets, and much more.
The US Department of Education, Office of Special Education Programs created the FCTD to provide information about assistive technology to organizations that work with families of children with disabilities. The FCTD includes a family information guide to assistive technology (AT) which is a comprehensive resource for parents and guardians on funding for AT; AT in the IEP; as well as many links to other resources on AT.
These modules are available on the Autism Internet Modules (AIM) website hosted by the Ohio Center for Autism and Low Incidence (OCALI). The AIM website features content from experts on ASD across the nation on topics including assessment and identification, characteristics, evidence-based practices and interventions, transition to adulthood, and employment. Information is presented at a universal reading level with activities providing support to those with introductory or advanced knowledge on ASD.