Accredited Online Colleges
This site is a database of every online college education program offered by an accredited college in the United States. The database is a thorough list of institutions and degree programs, with in-depth information including the specific accreditations of each institution.
This website offers an abundance of helpful materials and information to help your child or student with autism.
This site aims to provide a cost-free user-friendly website that provides high quality printables, resources and articles for teachers and parents for use with children with special educational needs. When you visit the site it will look like the resources cost. They used to…however they are now free! All you need to do is register with the site!
Autism Community Store
Find toys, teaching supplies, reinforcers, occupational and sensory therapy products. (Please note: Autism Action Partnership cannot endorse the use of biomedical interventions.)
An on-line resource for parents and teachers of children with autism spectrum behaviors. This website is dedicated to providing you with a variety of resources including lesson plans, games, group activities, sensory integration ideas, forums, and other valuable tools and information to help teach children with Autism, Asperger Syndrome, Pervasive Developmental Delay (PDD), Sensory Integration Disorder, and other related behaviors.
Cindy’s Autistic Support
This site serves as an invaluable resource to professionals working with individuals on the autism spectrum.
Educational Database Online
This article titled Autism and Online Learning: A Guide for Teachers, provides resources for children with autism and the resources they need in school.
Educational Technology and Mobile Learning
This is a helpful website with Apps for kids on the Autism Spectrum.
Most colleges and universities are incorporating online degree programs as that is the growing trend that seems to cater best to today’s “modern day” student. This site discusses online colleges and programs and the truth behind the often touted selling point of “affordability.” Visit Website