The Autism Alliance is the major network of specialist autism charities in the UK. With national coverage from our member organisations we ensure the voice of autistic people and their families is heard.
What organizations help people with autism?
Advocacy, information, and supportAsperger Syndrome and High Functioning Autism Association. Autism Highway. Autism Navigator. Autism Research Institute. Autism Society. Autism Speaks. MyAutismTeam. Organization for Autism Research.More items
Is there a charity for autism?
Donate to Autism & Aspergers Charities Autism charity organizations and Aspergers charities are providing education, programming, and are working with government to ensure there is low barrier access to treatment and support needed for people living with autism and their families.
Is Autism Speaks a good charity?
Autism Speaks uses damaging and offensive fundraising tactics which rely on fear, stereotypes and devaluing the lives of people on the autism spectrum. Its fundraising expenses exceed spending on most of its core programs, and Charity Navigator rates its financial health as 2 out of 4.
What is the best therapy for adults with autism?
Applied behavior analysis (ABA) is one of the most widely used autism treatments for both adults and children. It refers to a series of techniques designed to encourage positive behaviors using a reward system. There are several types of ABA, including: Discrete trial training.
How much money does Autism Speaks give to families?
We offer small grants and stipends averaging $1,000 per family to assist with the financing of limited, targeted educational investments for these children. Dannys Wish iPads for Autism applications will only be accepted September 1st through December 31st of each calendar year.
How much money does the CEO of Autism Speaks make?
Top Earner At Autism Speaks Paid More Than $600,000 Autism Speaks took in more than $69 million last year, over $600,000 of which was paid to a single executive, recently released tax filings indicate.
How does the government help autism?
Supplemental Security Income (SSI) Supplemental Security Income, or SSI, is a monthly government payment through Social Security which is designed to support people who are aged (65 and older), blind, or disabled. Individuals with autism may be eligible to receive SSI to help support them financially.