National Autism Resources:
Interagency Autism Coordinating Committee (IACC) is a legislative federal autism committee that has heads from federal agencies that have anything to do with autism from research to services to support. IACC also has public members who are appointed by the U.S Health and Human Services Secretary.
National Autism Association founded by autism parents provides support, resources and funds research.
Autism Speaks founded by autism grandparents funds research, and provides state by state resources and support.
Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) law is a federal law that ensures students with disabilities are educated in the least restrictive environment. It drives special education laws in the states.
Autism Society of Minnesota can help with state resources, parent trainings and support.
The ARC Minnesota can help with advocacy with counties as well as other areas.
Minnesota Disability Law Center can help families with understanding laws and policies in both education and waivers. It can also represent low income families in need of an attorney.
Minnesota Disability HUB has statewide information for not just autism but all disabilities.
An evaluation of the effects of response interruption redirection and matched stimulation on vocal stereotypy – CLICK TO VIEW
Contingent exercise A mild but powerful procedure for suppressing inappropriate verbal and aggressive behavior – CLICK TO VIEW
Reliability and validity of the functional analysis screening tool – CLICK TO VIEW
The seven dimensions of Applied Behavior Analysis – CLICK TO VIEW