These peer groups provide a forum for problem-solving, brainstorming, sharing of concerns, successes, and ways to address issues individually and collectively. Located in Kansas.
A program that provides resources, information, behavioral support assistance, training, and other services for individuals of all ages with TBI and their families and caregivers.
A support group and informational resource for families of children and adults with disabilities.
A center that provides events and training, a lending library, support programs, and information for individuals with ASD and their families and caregivers across West Virginia.
A network that connects fathers of children with chronic illness or disabilities with each other and the resources they need through events, meetings, advocacy, and social media and email-based supports.
An organization that focuses on providing resources and advocacy, and which hosts in-person support groups called Friendship Matters for adolescents and young adults with ASD.
An organization that provides families of children and youth with behavioral, emotional, or mental health challenges the resources and support they need. They offer e-learning, communication tools, training, and events.
A network of resources for families and individuals with disabilities. They provide a parent match program, which matches parents of children with disabilities together, as well as a Sibshop program, which is a group for siblings of children with disabilities.
An organized group of adults on the spectrum, parents/family members of individuals on the spectrum, and professionals who work with people on the spectrum. They meet to improve services and supports for those with autism in Vermont.
Located in Nashville, the Vanderbilt Kennedy Center offers many supportive services for families and individuals with disabilities, including siblings support groups, best buddies programs for people with intellectual disabilities, social services, and many others.