Below are local Autism Resources in Sacramento, CA. There are words in “blue” that if you mouseover will underline, which are links to their own website. We hope these resources will provide you with the help needed to make it through your journey.
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Angel's may be distant, On the day that it began
The day you find, Your child is
Different to everyone. At first it all seems hopeless...
You haven't got a clue, what is it God has sent your way.
Whatever did you do?
Some of us we make it, Some of us we fall apart,
And there are no words of comfort to heal our wounded hearts...
But for this we been, chosen to nurture our special child and soon we'll come to realize our little angels
Will help us smile.
Provides help, education, advocacy and resources to families with children of all ages who have Autism, Autistic Disorder, Pervasive Developmental Disorder-Not Otherwise Specified (PDD-NOS) and Asperger’s Disorder also known as Asperger’s Syndrome (AS). No fee and self-referrals accepted.
Autism Phenome Project - UC DAVIS MIND INSTITUTE 2825 50th Street, Sacramento, CA 95817 map
Ph. (916) 703-0410 (office) Kateri Ross
Our research study is looking into studying the different subtypes of autism and are currently enrolling children from the ages of 2-3.5 years of age. We are enrolling children who are diagnosed with autism and children who are typically developing as well.
For children K-12 with Autism. Children referred from their school district or parents may call to determine if this is their school of choice.
Autism Health Insurance Project
Ph. (510) 325-0975
For children receiving full coverage medi-cal services that do not qualify for Alta Regional center services, contact the Autism Health Insurance Project to explore alternative insurance and payment options. For children on the Autism Spectrum that needs intervention for Autism health insurance.
Autism Derserves Equal Coverage
1534 Plaza Lane, #202, Burlingame, CA 94010
Ph. (650) 260-5305
Provides advice on funded services, assist in contacting your insurance company, guide you through working with providers and help your employers fund health care benifits for autism related services.