“Piece of the Puzzle” from Alex and Ani

Our friends at Alex and Ani have designed a beautiful charm in honor of all of us who are affected by autism.

NAA’s Give A Voice Program

Our newest program provides communication devices to individuals with autism whose communication challenges put them at increased risk of injury or harm.

NAA’s Autism Safety Site

Visit NAA’s Safety Site for information on Wandering, Restraint & Seclusion, Bullying and Suicide Prevention.

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ASAN Action Alert | ESEA Reauthorization Bill Moving Fast

ASAN Action Alert | ESEA Reauthorization Bill Moving Fast

Avonte’s Law | Call Your Senator Today

Please ask your Senator to co-sponsor bill number S. 163 – Avonte’s Law Act of 2015.

Autism & Wandering: A Guide for Educators

Autism & Wandering: A Guide for Educators

Jayci Mead Hopes to Share Her Love of Bucking Bulls

Jayci Mead Hopes to Share Her Love of Bucking Bulls

Restraint & Seclusion | A Guide for Autism Parents

Restraint & Seclusion | A Guide for Autism Parents

Vacuum Salesman Surprises Birthday Boy With Autism

Vacuum Salesman Surprises Birthday Boy With Autism

Avonte Oquendo’s Mother Invited to Attend State of the Union Address

Avonte Oquendo's Mother Invited to Attend State of the Union Address

Autism & Wandering: A Guide for Clinicians

Autism & Wandering: A Guide for Clinicians

Coping With Stress When Your Child Has a Chronic Illness or Disability

COPING WITH STRESS WHEN YOUR CHILD HAS A CHRONIC ILLNESS OR DISABILITY BY FAWNE...

Buck Autism Weekend Raises $16,000 for NAA

Buck Autism Weekend Raises $16,000 for NAA

Senate Hearing | Law Enforcement Responses to Disabled Americans

  Law Enforcement Responses to Disabled Americans:  Promising Approaches for...

NAA Statement for April 8th IACC Meeting

NAA statement to the Interagency Autism Coordinating Committee

The “Buck Autism” Bracelet is Here

Meet Jayci Mead and "Buck Autism".

Autism now affects 1 in 68 children; 1 in 42 boys

Autism now affects 1 in 68 children; 1 in 42 boys