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California State University Fullerton
Center for Autism Applied Developmental Core

Resource Links

The following are online resources available for children with ASD and their families.

Informational Web Resources:

Autism Speaks

A comprehensive website for families of children with autism, including information about autism, help identifying services, and other important information.

Autism Science Foundation

This organization is devoted to autism research and the scientific study of autism. The website contains many helpful resources for parents and professionals.

EIBI/ABA Agencies Serving Orange County and Surrounding Areas:

Please note that Center personnel are familiar with these agencies to differing degrees. Inclusion here does not necessarily reflect an endorsement of the service provider. Please contact us at autismcenterkids@fullerton.edu or (657)-278-7891 if you would like to discuss any particular resource or service.



Autism Spectrum Interventions (ASI)


Behavioral Education for Children with Autism (BECA)


Behavioral Health Works


Center for Autism and Related Disorders (CARD)


JBA Institute


The Lovaas Institute


Love 2 Learn Consulting


Proof Positive ABA Therapies


Star of CA


Trumpet Behavioral Health


Local Non-Public Schools

Port View Preparatory

Port View Preparatory is a collaborative educational community that caters to the individual needs of students with disabilities incorporating evidenced-based practices to ensure personal and educational growth.

Other Local Resources and Organizations:

OC Autism

An organization that provides information and guidance for individuals with autism and their families regarding access to local resources in Orange County. OC Autism is committed to raising public awareness in the minority communities, including but not limited to the Vietnamese, Korean and Spanish-speaking communities.

Grandparent Autism Network

An organization that informs grandparents about autism and the medical, educational, legal and social issues that affect their families, enabling them to share how they may improve the quality of life for their children and grandchildren. Activities include social events for grandparents and grandchildren and advocacy efforts to increase support for autism causes.

Us Too Gymnastics (Lake Forest, CA)

A non-profit community agency with the mission of providing accepting, patient, skilled, and enjoyable instruction in gymnastics and related physical and social activities to children with a wide range of developmental needs and abilities.