Autism Integrated Care Program Resources

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This kid-friendly slideshow can help prepare your child for getting an X-ray. The information is also helpful for children with special needs.

my trip to the hospital presentation slide

To help prepare your child for her video EEG, watch this kid-friendly slideshow, which offers a step-by-step description of what to expect during the test.

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Help prepare your child for a visit to CHOP. In this slideshow, your child will get an idea about what the Hospital looks like, what he can expect to find at the Hospital, and who he might meet.

Find information on how to apply for wraparound services for children with emotional or behavioral problems.

Insurance and Finances


Condition Management

Whether your child has just been diagnosed or you’ve hit an obstacle and are looking for new ideas and resources, the CAR Autism Roadmap™ offers customized resources and up-to-date information about autism spectrum disorder (ASD).


For Parents and Caregivers


Educational Materials

PennState Educational Equity website provides a comprehensive checklist that students with disabilities and their parents can use to help prepare them for a post-secondary education.


Websites

Autism Speaks provides information about autism, advocacy news, events, autism research, and support resources for families and patients.

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The Center for Autism Research (CAR) coordinates and supports research on autism spectrum disorder (ASD). CAR's goals are to identify the neurobiological, environmental and genetic causes of ASD, and to develop effective treatments.

The Education Law Center of PA advocates for children with learning disabilities to ensure that all children have access to a quality public education. To contact the local office by phone, call 215-238-6970.

Provides information about autism spectrum disorder, including screening, diagnosis and treatment, as well as information about special services provided through local school districts.

This website offers suggestions to parents about ways to help the other children in the family cope with the experience of having a brother or sister with autism.