For any parents out there who need additional help finding resources, this page is for you.
Here is a link to an explanation of the differences between self-funded and fully-funded insurance plans. It comes from Wisconsin and looks like it was made for a specific employer, but generally it is helpful.
For those seeking a new plan for insurance, here is a link to the Health Insurance Exchange for Connecticut.
Autism Speaks is a great resource for parents in Connecticut.
ASRC provides helpful resources on their website as well.
Community Autism Socials at Yale – Project CASY
Project CASY is a university-organized community of individuals living with autism and the families, friends, and professionals involved in their lives. Project CASY uses a collaborative approach, where community members can network online and meet together in person to share their thoughts and experiences. All in-person meetings are facilitated by dedicated faculty and staff of the Yale Child Study Center.
Please review their meetup page at www.meetup.com/ProjectCASY/. There are several events you may be interested in (more to come as well). You can also request to become a member to receive notifications of future events.
This a page from the Connecticut Department of Developmental Services
Up-to-date information and free materials for anyone interested in learning more about autism spectrum disorder.
An easy to use helpful database that includes a wide variety of all the services a parent may look for when they have a child with ASD.
The nation's leading grassroots autism organization.
A highly acclaimed research-based intervention for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders.
An authoritative early intervention resource for families of young children ages 0-5 with developmental delays or disabilities. Also includes helpful tax information.