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Autism Action Partnership – On our website, you can learn about autism spectrum disorders, explore our initiatives and partnerships and find a comprehensive resource for families and professionals in Nebraska & Southwest Iowa. An Inside View of Autism by Temple Grandin Autism Society-Nebraska Chapter – The Nebraska Chapter of the Autism Society of America provides resources, support, and advocacy for individuals on the autism spectrum and their families. Autism Family Network – Autism Family Network is a volunteer-based, non-profit organization located in Lincoln, Nebraska with a passion, love, and desire to help families who have children on the autism spectrum.   Autism Asperger Publishing Company – AAPC specializes in providing mainstream, hands-on advice and information to parents, educators and others about topics related to autism spectrum disorders. Nebraska Autism Spectrum Disorders Network (NE Dept of Education) – The Nebraska Department of Education has developed a network to provide training and technical assistance to local school districts, educational service units, and parents of children with an autism spectrum disorder.   Autism Help – This website from Australia provides some valuable information on autism.   Building Our Future Educating Students on the Spectrum – An Article about how you can help individual who are on the spectrum improve their quality of life both in school and in their daily lives. Cindy’s Autistic Support – Awareness Unit – Cindy’s Autistic Support is a website offering essential information for families and professionals who work with individuals on the autism spectrum.   Downloadable PDF Files Autism Booklet for Kids (PDF) – This article gives some great advice/tips for being a friend to a person with an autism spectrum disorder. This particular article is oriented towards children. Autism Booklet for Teens (PDF) – This article gives some great advice/tips for being a friend to a person with an autism spectrum disorder. This article is oriented towards teenagers. Resources from the Center for Autism and Related disabilities at the University of South Florida