Asperger's Association of New England that fosters awareness, respect, acceptance, and support for people with Asperger's and their families.
Autism Network International. A self-help and advocacy organization run by people with autism for people on the autism spectrum.
About.com Autism Spectrum Disorders. Part of the About.com health network of sites, featuring expert information and advice, along with community support.
Asperger Syndrome Education Network, Inc., headquartered in New Jersey.
Online Asperger Syndrome Information and Support (OASIS), site created by parents.
Dr. Nick Dubin, Asperger's Syndrome speaker and author with a special focus on anxiety and bullying issues.
Liane Holliday Willey. Asperger's syndrome self-advocate and author.
ASpies Linking with NeuroTypicals (Asplint), website of Dr. Jeffrey Deutsch, life coach and person with Asperger's, which includes employment information.
Stephen Shore. Asperger's syndrome self-advocate, consultant, and author.
The Autism Services Center, a national autism hotline and website.
Autism Speaks. Website of the United States' largest autism organization. Request the Asperger's Tool Kit for comprehensive tips, strategies, and information.
Autistic Self-Advocacy Network. ASAN, a national self-advocacy network founded by Ari Ne'eman.
Autistics.org. Resources by and for persons on the autism spectrum, including many links to other self-advocates' websites.
Brian King, Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Asperger's Syndrome self-advocate, speaker, and consultant.
Disability is Natural. Website of Kathie Snow, disability rights activist and parent.
Donna Williams. A prominent autism self-advocate and author.
The Global and Regional Asperger Syndrome Partnership (GRASP). An informational, educational, and advocacy organization operated by people on the autism spectrum.
The Gray Center. Website of special educator and social stories founder Carol Gray.
How to Explain Your Child's Asperger's Syndrome. How, when, and if parents of children with Asperger's Syndrome should explain the disorder -- to other people and to their child.
Neurodiversity.com. An extensive collection of information “honoring the variety of human wiring” that also includes national news reports on the abuses committed against people with autism.
National Institutes of Health autism website
Temple Grandin. Perhaps the best-known autism self-advocate and bestselling author.
The Unlocking Autism website with a listserv to connect parents, teens, and adults with autism and Asperger's.
The website of Peter Wright, Esquire, an expert on special education.