Autism can be both a very difficult and very expensive condition with which to live. Fortunately, there are many organizations that understand the financial hurdles involved in getting the most out of life when living with autism spectrum disorders.
While the following listings are neither endorsed nor validated by the Sarah Dooley Center, they are generally recognized as some of the top educational grants available for those living with autism. They are presented for your edification and convenience.
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- There are two ways you can help the New Arc Wisconsin office
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- Stanford Autism Center | Stanford Autism Center | Stanford Medicine
- Social Motion Skills | Autism, Houston, Texas, for children and adolescents with social learning deficits and autism spectrum disorders – Blog – The Social Scoop