Sites listed here will be personal pages with a primary focus on the autism spectrum.There is currently no description created for this category.
If autism is just one of a number of issues covered by the site, it belongs in a more general category.
Personal sites are different from blogs in that they are focused more heavily on the aspect of information giving/providing. In addition, blogs are online journals primarily; personal pages should include information of interest relating to the pertinent subjects. If a personal site includes a blog, but has several other pages of related information, then it will still be listed in the personal pages category, rather than the blog sub-category.
Sites providing just information on autism should be submitted to:Top: Health: Mental Health: Disorders: Neurodevelopmental Disorders: AutismServices for people with autism and their families, divided by region. Includes schools, residences, training, counseling, evaluations, etc.
Sites should be submitted with the state in which services are available followed by the name of the organization.
Organizations with services in more than one state may make a submisson for each state.
Sites listed here will represent support networks with a physical address and/or a web presence.These groups, communities, or meeting places provide an opportunity for people with a common experience (such as a condition or disease, or a care-giving role) to share their concerns, and to seek and offer information and advice.
Sites listed here will focus on providing non-commercial, non-promotional information about teaching methods, including descriptions and comparisons.This category aims to be an informative vehicle for parents and educators to learn about current teaching methods.
Sites mainly about an individual teaching service or school will not be listed here, and belong in the appropriate subcategory of Health/Mental_Health/Disorders/Neurodevelopmental/Autism_Spectrum/Services