The US Centres for Disease Control (CDC) has a webpage designed for children to learn more about autism.
The Kids Health site is a good site to help children understand various health problems and disabilities.
A site for kids with disabilities to chat, learn and connect with others.
The Kids Help Phone is available to any young person who feels they need help.
No Child Without provides free MedicAlert protection for children with medical needs.
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Autism Society Canada – Canada’s national autism voice. Excellent information and resources can be found here.
Autism Canada Foundation – focuses on biomedical approaches to ASD.
Canadian Autism Spectrum Disorder Alliance (CASDA) – an alliance of Canadian autism organizations.
Geneva Centre for Autism – resources, conferences
Autism Ontario has a nice site which is very easy to get around and has good information for teens and adults.
OAARSN (Ontario Adult Autism Research and Support Network) is a site which uses online communication tools to connect people. There are many first person stories, articles and other items of interest to adults, parents, caregivers, professionals available here.
Autism Society of America
Centres for Disease Control (CDC) – adult information
The OASIS @MAAP site. There is information on the full spectrum, not only on Asperger Syndrome.
United Kingdom Sites:
The National Autistic Society in Great Britain has great site with loads of information. For information dedicated to teens, use the search function asking for teens with autism.
Tony Attwood is the guru of all things Asperger.