Applied Theatre Research and Autism Network (ATRAN): An online network uniting professionals and parents interested in applying theatre techniques to help individuals with autism.
The Art of Autism: The Art of Autism is a collaborative project that brings awareness to the general public of the creative abilities of people with autism.
Conversations on Creativity with Daniel Tammet. Scott Barry Kaufman, Beautiful Minds: Musings on Intelligence and Creativity in Society, Psychology Today Blogs, January 2, 2010: Daniel Tammet on his personal journey, future goals, and lessons learned.
Drawing Autism, Jill Mullin (Mark Batty Publisher 2009) [Book]: Drawing Autism celebrates the artistry and self-expression found in the drawings, paintings and collages created by individuals diagnosed with autism. The work of over 50 international contributors exhibits unique perspectives on how these individuals see the world and their places in it.
Ideal Way: An Ontario based not-for-profit organization which is dedicated to enriching the lives of intellectually disabled individuals and groups through community education, poverty relief and a range of unique programming including but not limited to: recreational arts and literacy, arts contests, and social networking through pen pals.
Velvi Online Course on Drama for Autism. View Info Sheet [PDF].
Learning Disabilities, The Land of O Book Launch [MP3]. PEI Island Morning, CBC Podcast, October 20, 2009: Keefe Deighan tells us about how disabilites can be invisible but omplicated. He tells his story to Karen Mair.
Love Anthony by Lisa Genova (Simon and Schuster 2012). Love Anthony is about two women, each on the verge of change, who meet by accident on a Nantucket beach. Olivia is a young mother coping with the loss of her young autistic son. Beth, a stay-at-home mom of three, is struggling with a separation after discovering her husband's long-term infidelity. Determined to find her own voice again, she rekindles a passion for writing. But curiously as she does so, Beth finds herself channeling the voice of an unknown autistic boy.
Midnight in Chicago by Elyse Bruce: An international culture and tourism initiative that raises awareness of, and funds for, Autism.
The Ottawa School for Speech and Drama: An acting school for children, youth, and adults which now offers a special program for individuals with ASD.
The Society of Artists for Autism (SAFA): The SAFA is a non-profit organization of artists, academics and advocates, striving to make meaningful connections between health care professionals, educators, the autism advocacy community and the grassroots arts communities in the Province of Nova Scotia and all over the planet.