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Autism Society of America Broward Chapter is a local advocacy and support organization.
The Daniel Jordan Fiddle Foundation (DJFF) is a national non-profit organization that develops, fundings and advocates for suitable and sustainable programs, resources, support systems and services that address the lifespan needs of adults living with autism.
Family Network on Disabilities Broward helps families advocate for their child with special needs.
Parent to Parent of Miami helps parents advocate for their child with special needs.
Autism Society of America
Global and Regional Asperger Syndrome Partnership (GRASP) provides community outreach, peer supports, education, and advocacy for individuals with ASD.
OASIS @ MAAP is the combined website for these two organizations which provide online support and information for persons with Asperger Syndrome and their loved ones.
Autism Spectrum Assessment Clinic (ASAC) is a University of Miami clinic that provides screenings, evaluations, therapy, Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT), and social skill groups.
Nicklaus Children's Hospital (Formerly Miami Children's Hospital) provides outpatient evaluation and treatment of children with special needs.
The Nova Southeastern University Unicorn Children's Foundation Clinic provides comprehensive psycho-developmental evaluations for children ages birth through five years who are exhibiting developmental delays or are suspected of having an autism spectrum disorder.
University of Miami Autism Programs (UMAP) represents an interdisciplinary collaboration of world-renowned experts in integrated, family-centered care, providing leading-edge research and clinical services available to all South Florida families.
Early Steps Evaluations for children, birth to 3 years old.
FDLRS (Florida Diagnostic and Learning Resources System) Evaluations for children, 3 to 5 years old.
Florida Exceptional Student Education Resources are presentations and publications from the Florida Department of Education.
Florida Inclusion Network provides information, training and consultation to educators, families and community members promoting successful inclusion of all students.
McKay Scholarships for Students with Disabilities Program provides scholarships for eligible students with disabilities to attend an eligible public or private school of their choice.
Online Training Module to Reduce Restraint and Seclusion
Step Up for Students is a state-approved nonprofit scholarship funding organization that helps administer two scholarships for Florida schoolchildren: the Florida Tax Credit Scholarship Program (FTC) for low-income families and the Gardiner Scholarship (PLSA) for children with certain special needs.
Teachers Pay Teachers is an online marketplace where teachers buy and sell original downloadable educational materials, hard goods and used educational resources.
PEPSA is designed to enhance the capacity of Florida educators to provide quality educational programs to students with autism spectrum disorder.
Wright’s Law offers articles, law and regulations, and tips about how to get quality services in your child's IEP.
South Florida Autism Job Board provides a job directory for adults on the spectrum that live in the Broward, Miami-Dade, Palm Beach and Monroe counties. You can search for employment opportunities and support services in your respective counties.
Agency for Persons with Disabilities (APD) administers Medicaid Waiver funds.
Autism Internet Modules (AIM) offer opportunities for free online learning.
CARD VINE (Virtual Interactive Network for Education) offers instructional videos and online trainings.
CARD VINE (Robin's Tree of Learning) - Pick a video category from the Tree.
Florida CARD offers online resources for families and service providers.
FND University is an online distance learning platform sponsored by Family Network on Disabilities. FND University allows you to take a variety of trainings from the comfort of your own home or office. This fully interactive training platform also enables you to keep a transcript of all of your courses and receive a certificate of completion as each one is completed. Trainings include topics such as Understanding IDEA, Parental Engagement, Effective Communication, Conflict Resolution, and many more. Many of the courses being offered through FND University are accredited and may be allowed to count toward Continuing Education Credits.
Florida Outreach Project
International Rett Syndrome Foundation (IRSF)
Tuberous Sclerosis Alliance
South Florida Autism Service Directory
The MIAair program offers travel dress rehearsal tours for special needs passengers wishing to gain confidence in air travel. Program participants enjoy a simulated check in at an airline ticket counter and practice screening at a TSA checkpoint. The dress rehearsal ends with boarding a plane for a mock travel experience. CARD is pleased to have partnered with MIA on this program.
Aktion Club is a volunteer organization through Kiwanis in which members with disabilities provide community service to their local communities.
Best Buddies matches individuals with disabilities with typical peers to provide social opportunities.
Drowning Prevention Brochure provides useful water safety and drowning prevention tips.
Friendship Circle is a unique organization with a refreshing approach to helping families of children with special needs.
Over 21 Club was founded by the Autism Society Florida-Miami and works in partnership with CARD and Best Buddies to provide social outings to adults over the age of 21 in the community.
Shake-a-Leg works with children & adults with physical, developmental and economic challenges in a marine environment to teach them environmental lessons, therapeutic sailing, swimming & kayaking.
Special Olympics offers sports training and athletic competition for individuals with disabilities.
Advancing Futures for Adults with Autism (AFAA) is a national consortium of organizations working together to promote a collaborative spirit and develop both public and private sector support that improve the lives of adults living with autism.
Autism After 16 provides articles and links to resources addressing topics related to planning for life after high school.
Autism Housing Network provides information on innovative housing models.
Employ Florida is a network of free statewide centers which provides job search assistance, resume writing workshops, computer training, and more to help individuals find and maintain employment.
• South Florida Work Force (Miami-Dade & Monroe)
• Work Force One (Broward)
FYI Transition is an interactive website that uses video modules and avatars to provide students, caregivers, and professionals with information about transition planning.
Job Accommodation Network explains workplace accommodations and the Americans with Disabilities Act and provides information about tax credits for employers.
Project 10 (Transition Education Network) is the Florida Department of Education’s hub of information related to transition for students with disabilities.
Social Security offers two types of benefits to adults with disabilities. Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI). Medicaid and/or Medicare are also benefits of these programs. Information about various work incentive programs is available through the Red Book.
Vocational Rehabilitation provides assistance to persons with disabilities in order to find and maintain employment, including vocational assessments, assistance with job training, and job coaching.