Resources for Individuals, Families and Professionals


Welcome to our selection of articles written by the staff of the Indiana Resource Center for Autism. These articles provide thoughtful discussions and practical recommendations on a wide range of topics, including behavior, sensory programming, education, communication, and other issues.

Articles are written and disseminated through our e-newsletter, the Reporter Newsletter, are displayed on this site. Sign up for the Reporter Newsletter at the bottom of this page.  

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Visual Supports

This section of resources, Visual Supports, is currently being developed to provide users with visual supports that are accessible and the ability to customize for an individual.  The visual supports will be posted as they become available.  We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.  Please check back to see the visual supports we have added to this section.  Thank you.

In the meantime, we invite you to check out our visual supports and resources on Pinterest at  

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Financial Resources

This section contains information about financial resources to support an individual and/or family member with ASD.  

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Groups and Activities

In this section you will find information about Summer Camps and Activities, Parent Support Groups and the Students on the Spectrum Club at Indiana University Bloomington.

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State Resources

This section, State Resources, provides information on resources in Indiana for individuals and/or family member with ASD.

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IRCA Materials Request

Order booklets and brochures published by Indiana Resource Center for Autism.  Booklets include: "After the Diagnosis of an Autism Spectrum Disorder: For Families Whose Child is Newly Diagnosed", "After You Receive the Diagnosis of an Autism Spectrum Disorder: For Adolescents and Adults" and brochures like the IRCA Information card, the Roadmap to Services and more.  All sent to you free of charge.

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