Navigating the landscape of autism services in North Carolina can be challenging and overwhelming. We have compiled a list of helpful resources for you and your loved ones. If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact our team at email@example.com for support.
We offer autism screening and diagnostic tests at our North Carolina Center: Cary, we also provide autism diagnosing for children up to age 9. You can learn more about our diagnostic process here.
Adult autism diagnostic services can be found on the Autism North Carolina
Center-Based ABA Therapy:
Autism Family Events:
We offer a variety of events at each of our centers throughout the year. Be sure to check our Facebook page to learn about our upcoming events.
Be Like Buddy provides a website where you can go and find all kinds of events going on throughout the state of North Carolina that support those diagnosed with autism.
Autism Caregiver Trainings:
Hands Center for Autism offers support and ABA training for parents who have a child diagnosed with autism.
Bierman Autism Centers also offers live and on-demand caregiver training’s that are open to anyone in the community and are free to attend.
Autism Society of North Carolina gives a wide variety of information for multiple topics including some of the following: support for families, educating communities, and overall improve the lives of those diagnosed with autism. On top of educating individuals, this society also gives people the opportunity to work or volunteer.
The Arc, North Carolina works with people who are diagnosed with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The Arc helps them determine where and how they want to learn, live, and work.
NCDHHS or the North Carolina Infant-Toddler Program (NC ITP) is a program whose missions is to deliver support for families and children from newborn to three years of age with special needs. They want to give young children to be able to reach their full potential.
UNC Carolina Institute for Developmental Disabilities is an organization that provides services, research, and training to those diagnosed with a developmental disability. Within they program they provide clinical, on-site, and training services for all the 100 counties making up North Carolina.
Disability Rights North Carolina provide a legal service who defends those with a disability. They strive to bring fairness and give those with a disability the freedom to make their own decisions from a legal standpoint.
Autism Speaks is an organization who is constantly researching into different advancements for those diagnosed with autism. This specific “branch” is known as the Mid-South section where they service all communities in the south including North Carolina. To be more specific the Carolina’s branch focuses to continue Autism Speaks mission, research, raise awareness, provide family services, and speak for these individuals.