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Services for independent living

  1. The Center for Enriched Living

    Who they are: A skills development and social enrichment center

    What they offer: Programs for teens through seniors to ease the transition into adulthood and foster independence. Art classes, bowling, summer camp

    Location: Riverwoods

    847.948.7001 info@CenterForEnrichedLiving.org
  2. Envision Unlimited

    Who they are: A nonprofit organization geared towards community integration and independent living.

    What they offer: Employment and skills training programs, services specifically tailored for people with autism. Autism program participants are prepared for independent living and taught to handle money, cook and how to interact with others.

    Location: Chicago, Illinois

    312 346-62301 info@envisionchicago.org
  3. Have Dreams

    Who they are: An organization for teens and young adults with autism to learn independently and develop the skills needed to lead fulfilling lives.

    What they offer:Services tailored to suit the unique needs of people on the autism spectrum. After school program, vocational training and other day programs for adults with special needs, aims to help people with special needs avoid social isolation

    Location:Evanston, Illinois

    847-685-0250 info@havedreams.org
  4. Lamb’s Farm

    Who they are:A safe and nurturing environment for individuals with special needs to develop independent living skills.

    What they offer:Residential and vocational services to encourage self-sufficiency, vocational services grant the opportunity to hold down a job, earn a salary and develop valuable work skills. Vocational opportunities include working at Lamb Farm’s thrift shop, farmyard, coffee shop or their Sugar Maple Country Store.

    Location:Libertyville, Illinois

    847-362-4636 info@lambsfarm.org

Special Education Advocates

  1. A New Ray of Hope Glen Ellyn, IL

    Contact details:30-880-3583

  2. Parent and Educator Partnership (PEP)p Westmont, IL

    Contact details:77-317-2733

  3. Precision Education Joliet, IL

    Contact details:info@PrecisionEducation.com

  4. Wanzenberg & Associates Educational Consulting Glen Ellyn, IL

    Contact details: 30-545-0234 info@PrecisionEducation.com

Autism Diagnosis Centers

  1. Autism Family Center Winnetka,IL

    Contact details: 7-814-1096 aurenrabin@autismfamilycenter.com

  2. Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders Carbondale, IL

    Contact details: 618-536-2122 sparks@siu.edu

  3. Center for Autism and Related Disorders Chicago, IL

    Contact details: 312-940-2190 m.remoquillo@centerforautism.com

  4. Developmental Services Center Champaign, IL

    Contact details: 217-359-0287

Therapy Services

  1. Blazing Prairie Stars Maple Park, IL

    Contact details: 630-365-5550 Blazingps@msn.com

  2. Equestrian Connection Libertyville, ILL

    Contact details: nfo@equestrianconnection.org

  3. All Bright Therapies Chicago, IL

    Contact details: 312-940-2190 m.remoquillo@centerforautism.com

  4. Music Speaks Chicago, IL

    Contact details: stephanie@MusicSpeaksTherapy.com 563-249-5781


Services for independent living

  1. African American Autism Center

    Who they are: A center providing teens and young adults on the spectrum with community activities, events and training to ease the transition to adulthood as well as relevant vocational opportunities.

    What they offer: Organic gardening, food preparation and wilderness exploration, and a special needs summer camp which gives those with autism a chance to enjoy everything from fishing to camping in a safe environment.

    Location: Denver, Colorado

  2. Independent Living Experience

    Who they are: A center offering a selection of services designed to help those with special needs live fully independent lives.

    What they offer: Customized programs to suit the unique needs of each individual ensuring they have the tools and resources needed to enjoy independent living. The Independent Living Experience makes sure individuals with special needs have a strong circle of support to achieve their goals and succeed

    Location: Denver, Colorado

    855-664-9333 info@independentlivingexperience.com
  3. Mountain Valley Developmental Services

    Who they are: A center providing the necessary resources for those with special needs to live and work independently.

    What they offer:A range of employment and vocational support services including job development and exploration, as well as skills training to pave the way for inclusive employment. In addition those with special needs have the option to work at the Mountain Valley greenhouse and gift store.

    Location:Glenwood Springs, Colorado

    (970) 945-2306 info@mtnvalley.org
  4. Roots Colorado

    Who they are: A center aiming to ensure that those with special needs and other disabilities have a sustainable future by helping them cultivate the necessary social skills and interpersonal skills to enjoy an independent life.

    What they offer: A coffee bar where individuals with autism can work and gain hospitality industry experience while also learning about bookkeeping and management. Other programs include Artism, an art program for young adults with autism. Artism is run by an art therapist and gives those with special needs the opportunity to explore their creative side. Pals is their program to develop social and vocational skills.

    Location:Centennial, Colorado


Special Education Advocates

  1. Advocacy Denver Denver, CO

    Contact details: 303-831-7733

  2. Autism Society of Colorado Lakewood, CO

    Contact details: (720) 214-0794 info@autismcolorado.org

  3. Peak Parent Center Colorado Springs, CO

    Contact details: 800-284-0251 parentadvisor@peakparent.org

  4. Family Voices Colorado Denver, CO

    Contact details: 800-881-8272 info@familyvoicesco.org

Autism Diagnosis Centers

  1. Emerge Glendale, CO

    Contact details: 303 322 90002

  2. Growing Minds Autism Programs Broomfield, CO

    Contact details: 772 206 0993 steven@autism-programs.com

  3. Sewall Child Denver, CO

    Contact details: sewalldeclinic@gmail.com

  4. Wolff Child Psychology Denver, CO

    Contact details: brian@wolffchildpsychology.com

Therapy Services

  1. Hope Farms Project Elizabeth, CO

    Contact details: 720 217 2959 lisa@hopefarmsproject.org

  2. Pikes Peak Therapeutic Riding Center Elizabeth, CO

    Contact details: 719 495 3908

  3. Music Therapy Rocks Monument, CO

    Contact details: 719 360 8420

  4. Child Development Center of Colorado Springs Colorado Springs, CO

    Contact details: 719 574 8300 info@cdcrehab.com


Services for independent living

  1. The Center for Autism Philadelphia, PA

    Contact details:215-878-3400

  2. The Watson Institute Sewickley, PA
  3. Wesley Spectrum Pittsburgh, PA

    Contact details:412-342-2300

  4. JCHAI Bryn Mawr, PA

    Contact details:610-667-7875

  5. Kaleidoscope Family Solutions Bryn Mawr, PA

    Contact details:877-384-1729


Special Education Advocates

  1. PEAL Center Pittsburgh, PA

    Contact details: 866-950-1040 lhealy@pealcenter.org

  2. Autism Advisors & Advocates, LLC Fort Washington, PA

    Contact details: csweinman@verizon.net

  3. Woods Langhorne, PA

    Contact details: 215 750 4000 admissions@woods.orgt

  4. WCSI Greensburg, PA

    Contact details: 800-353-6467

Autism Diagnosis Centers

  1. Autism Center of Pittsburgh Pittsburgh, PA

    Contact details: 412-364-1886

  2. Achievement Center Erie, PA

    Contact details: 814 459 2755 bobgulick@achievementctr.org

  3. Adult Autism Spectrum (AAS) Program Philadelphia, PA

    Contact details: 215 746 4100

  4. Classic Rehabilitation Philadelphia, PA

    Contact details: 877-456-1888 info@classicrehab.com

Therapy Services

  1. Horses 4 Hope Equestrian Center Mt Bethel, PA

    Contact details: 610 674 0159 horsesaremylife21@yahoo.com

  2. Special Equestrians Warrington, PA

    Contact details: traceydripps@verizon.net

  3. Music Journey Pittsburgh, PA

    Contact details: aaron@musicjourney.net

  4. Tempo! Music Therapy West Chester, PA

    Contact details: 610 344 7030 info@tempotherapy.comt


Services for independent living

  1. Seattle Children's Autism Center Seattle, WA

    Contact details: 206-987-2000 866-987-2000

  2. Social Bridge Bellevue, WA

    Contact details: lisa@socialbridgeseattle.com

  3. CARE at Haring Seattle, WA

    Contact details: 206-543-4011 pdutrain@uw.edu

  4. Responding to Autism Kennewick, Wa

    Contact details: 509-396-9230 info@respondingtoautism.net

  5. The Tavon Center Issaquah, WA

    Contact details: (425) 999-2269 contactus@tavoncenter.org

Special Education Advocates

  1. Seattle Special Education PTSA Seattle Seattle, WA

    Contact details: SeattleSped@gmail.com

  2. Special Education Advocacy Port Orchard, WA

    Contact details: larrydavis@specialeducationadvocacy.org

  3. UW Autism Center Tacoma, WA

    Contact details: 877 408 8922 uwautism@u.washington.edu

  4. Autism Pathways Enumclaw, WA

    Contact details: 253 709 3250

Autism Diagnosis Centers

  1. Adult Autism Clinic Seattle, WA

    Contact details: 206 598 7792

  2. Cogwheel Clinic for Neurodevelopment Bellevue, WA

    Contact details: 425 748 7000 Contact@CogwheelClinic.com

  3. The HANDLE Institute International Seattle, WA

    Contact details: 206 204 6000 frontdesk@handle.org

  4. Hope Central Seattle, WA

    Contact details: 206 455 9845 info@hopecentralhealth.org

Therapy Services

  1. STRIDES Therapeutic Horsemanship Center Mesa, WA

    Contact details: 509 521 9080 casey@televar.com

  2. Summit Equine Assisted Therapy Center La Center, WA

    Contact details: 360 263 3135 info@summitequineassistedtherapy.com

  3. Harmony Music Studio Kirkland, WA

    Contact details: musicisfood1@gmail.com

  4. UpBeat Music Therapy Services Vancouver, WA

    Contact details: info@upbeatmusictherapist.com


Services for independent living

  1. Camp Createability McFarland, WI

    Contact details: 608-577-5733 darmstrong@biomat4autism.com

  2. Have A Heart Inc River Falls, WI

    Contact details: 715-425-7754

  3. Opportunities, Inc Fort Atkinson; WI

    Contact details: 800-314-4567

  4. Wisconsin Independent Life College Waterford, WI

    Contact details: 262-332-7334 info@wisconsinilc.org

  5. VIP Services Elkhorn, WI

    Contact details: 262-723-4043

Special Education Advocates

  1. Listen and Learn Waunakee, WI

    Contact details: (608) 335-2043 Jane.Kenyon@listen-and-learn.com

  2. Division for Learning Support: Equity and Advocacy Madison, WI

    Contact details: 608 267 91723 mary.peters@dpi.state.wi.us

  3. WI FACETS Milwaukee, WI

    Contact details: 414 374 4645 wifacets@execpc.com

  4. Deb Berrang, M.Ed. Dynamic Connections Milwaukee, WI

    Contact details: 414-510-7523 deb@remediatingautism.comm

Autism Diagnosis Centers

  1. Different Minds Madison, WI

    Contact details: 608 572 7905 different.minds.wi@gmail.com

  2. Wisconsin Early Autism Project Madison, WI

    Contact details: 608 662 9327 weap@wiautism.com

  3. North Shore Pediatric Therapy Mequon, WII

    Contact details: 877 486 4140

  4. Caravel Autism Health Pewaukee, WI

    Contact details: 262 737 8400

Therapy Services

  1. Nature's Edge Therapy Center Rice Lake, WI

    Contact details: naturesedge@citizens-tel.net

  2. Willow Creek Ranch Waterford, WI

    Contact details: 262 806 4080 themurphs2001@yahoo.com

  3. Funtastic Gymnastic West Allis, WI

    Contact details: 224 554 9634

  4. Special Therapies Waukesha, WI

    Contact details: 262 347 2251


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    Who they are: A web resource about risks of various substances, the latest approaches to treatment and real stories of recovery.

    What they offer: Organic gardening, food preparation and wilderness exploration, and a special needs summer camp which gives those with autism a chance to enjoy everything from fishing to camping in a safe environment.

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    Who they are: A guide to help find academic scholarships.

    What this guide offers: In depth reviews of websites offering searches for academic scholarships.


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