- This is a website developed by Suz
who was diagnosed with Asperger Syndrome in 2002 at the age of 25. She put
together her site to bring together everything she has learned in order to share
it with other people.
is a volunteer non-profit organization with 15 chapters provide that families
and individuals whose lives are affected by Autism Spectrum Disorders (Asperger
Syndrome, Pervasive Developmental Disorder-NOS, High Functioning Autism), and
Nonverbal Learning Disabilities with education, support, and advocacy.
- This is the hardest site to describe. I think Asperger's Pride is the
best blurb but then again....."This is your roll call: there are 20
million of us around the world! Most don't know it!"
- Tony Attwood's website is a rich source of information on a variety of issues
and includes references and connections to a range of work available that
extends well beyond merely that authored by Dr. Attwood himself. In
particular his "Archieves section" is a treasure trove of professional
of Adults Afflicted with Asperger's Syndrome - their mission is to offer
support to the family members of adult individuals afflicted with Asperger's
Syndrome and to educate the public to the existence of Asperger's Syndrome in
the adult population and to bring awareness to the medical communities who are
directly or indirectly involved.
- OASIS stands for "Online Asperger Syndrome
Information & Support". The site was designed to provide access
to information for families of children diagnosed with Asperger's Syndrome (AS)
and related disorders, educators who teach children with AS, professionals
working with individuals diagnosed with AS, and individuals with AS who are
is a web community designed for individuals with Asperger's Syndrome, Autism,
other PDDs, ADD, ADHD, OCD, and other attention behavioral continuum syndromes.
They provide a forum,
where members can communicate with each other, an article section, where members
may read and submit essays or how-to guides about various subjects, and a
chatroom for real-time communication with other Aspies.