Autism Resource Database

We’ve partnered with No Wrong Door Virginia, a statewide network of shared resources that streamlines access to long-term services and supports, to create our resource directory. Our Autism Resource Database includes everything from camps for children with ASD to training opportunities for ABAs.

  • Click on the “Search by category” drop down menu to see the various categories and subcategories you can use to search.
  • You can also search by geographic region (e.g., Hampton Roads or Central Virginia) or by age group (note: “child” resources may serve individuals through age 21, particularly if they are education-based resources).
  • Alternatively, use keywords (e.g., after-school activities, college prep, or newly diagnosed) to find the resources you are looking for.

Having trouble finding the resource(s) you’re looking for? Would you prefer speaking directly with someone on our team?

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Blog Resources

Our blog is another helpful learning resource. Written by experienced professionals, our blog provides the latest insight and information related to ASD and other developmental disabilities.

Video Resources

Check out our YouTube channel to view recorded webinars, tour a facility, hear from happy clients, and more.


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Research and Reports

CA sponsors developmental disability research and reports on the findings to provide transparency and in an effort better understand how to Create, Enable, and Advocate for change. We also share research and findings from partner organizations who follow best practices and inclusive policies for Virginians with developmental disabilities such as autism.

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