Includes information on legislative affairs regarding autism, connections to social and support groups, how-to guides, resource library, newsletter and more.IAN (Interactive Autism Network) Community An online environment designed to act as an library and meeting place where everyone concerned with Autism Spectrum Disorders can learn about autism research and share their experiences. Autistic Women’s Network Website seeks to provide support to women and girls on the autism spectrum through online community forums, resources and advocacy. Autisable Autisable’s mission is to be of service to the autism community by providing an open platform where anything autism-related can be shared and discussed.Make sure your screen name or domain name doesn’t give personal information about you.Sally [email protected] people information about your name, age and where you may live.If you don’t know if something is OK to post, check with an adult you trust first.
Even if your best friend asks for your password to get into a social networking site type it in yourself.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.It gives people the information on when you are not at home, therefore giving others opportunities to rob your home or victimize you.Always have strong anti-spam, anti-virus and anti-phishing tools installed and set to update automatically. Milestones Autism Resources does not endorse or recommend any providers, methodologies or services from any of the groups or companies listed below.Wrong Planet A web community designed for individuals (and parents/professional of those) with autism, Asperger’s Syndrome, ADHD, PDDs, and other neurological differences.