Individuals with Autism
Among ASERT’s thousands of resources are those specifically designed for individuals with autism. Here you will find a virtual network of support to make navigating life on the spectrum as seamless as possible.
We’ve highlighted some of our top resources below, or feel free to browse through all of the resources for individuals with autism!
Medicaid Waivers for Individuals with Autism
This page is about Office of Developmental Programs (ODP) Home and Community-Based Services (HCBS) Waivers in Pennsylvania. HCBS Waivers are a type of Medicaid program that provides long-term services and supports to groups of people who need support to live in their communities.View Resource
Social Story Resource Collection
Social stories can be a helpful tool for individuals to prepare for and understand different situations, such as going to the library, following the rules of the justice system, or determining when to call 911. This bundle is a collection of social stories developed by ASERT and other professionals.View Resource
Employment Resource Collection
This is a collection of resources focused on employment, aimed at helping individuals with autism find, and keep jobs.View Resource
Search within Individuals with Autism resources
The Walnut Street Theatre wants to accommodate all of their guests — including individuals with disabilities. On their website, they have lists of their special needs accommodations and sensory friendly performances.Read more
One of the goals of this site is to help college students with disabilities to succeed in their studies by getting the information and support they need through resources, links, blogs latest news, studying existing laws and regulation, and personal contacts. Through this website people can also share and read other people’s stories as a source of support and comfort.Read more
This resource provides a visual guide for individuals with autism about wearing a mask to avoid spreading germs. The resource includes why it's important to wear a mask, as well as information about how to safely wear and remove masks. The resource is translated into Spanish, Chinese, Russian, Arabic, and Burmese. An animated version is also available.Read more