COSAC Autism Resources


Autism Resources

COSAC Member Agencies, Organizations & Corporations are highlighted in red.

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Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies

Center for the Study of Autism – The Center for the Study of Autism (CSA) is located in the Salem/Portland, Oregon area. The Center provides information about autism to parents and professionals, and conducts research on the efficacy of various therapeutic interventions. Articles and links are available on the website.

The Center for Disease Control (CDC): Autism Information

The Center for Disease Control (CDC) National Immunization Program:

Children’s Center of Monmouth County

Children’s Center for Therapy and Learning – The Center’s goal is to provide support for the educational, therapeutic, social and recreational needs of children with disabilities.

Children’s Progress Unlimited

Communication Behavior Associates LLC – Communication Behavior Associates LLC, offers a wide range of services designed to effectively meet the academic, social, communicative, and behavioral needs of individuals with Autistic Spectrum Disorders.

Computer Generations – Computer Generations is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization which provides computer instruction to children and adults of all ages, including individuals with special needs.

Continuing Education Programs of America – List of autism videos

Crossroads School – Crossroads School in Westfield is a full day program which uses the Miller Method to provide an alternative approach to meeting the needs of children with PDD and autism in a supportive setting.

Cure Autism Now [Note: New Jersey Cure Autism Now (NJCAN) is a COSAC member agency]

CycleUSA – The official site for the ASA Foundation’s Cycle to Understand and Solve Autism fund raising event.

Developmental Delay Registry

The Devereux Foundation[Note: Devereux New Jersey Center for Autism is a COSAC member agency] The nation’s largest independent non-profit provider of treatment services for individuals with emotional, behavioral, and developmental disabilities.

The Daniel Jordan Fiddle Foundation – The mission of The Daniel Jordan Fiddle Foundation is to provide grants to programs that enhance the lives of adolescents and adults with Autistic Spectrum Disorders (ASD). Programs include residential, recreational, educational and vocational programs, and those involving families and caregivers.