The Autism Society of Alabama takes the lead on connecting people with information and resources related to autism in the state of Alabama.
Works to increase access to and availability of high quality respite resources for all caregivers in Alabama.
Part of the University of Alabama (UA), ADAP provides legal services to Alabamians with disabilities to protect, promote and expand their rights. ADAP is part of the National Disability Rights Network (NDRN).
Serves people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families through comprehensive and quality programming, advocacy efforts, education and awareness, all in an effort to ensure each person affected by I/DD has the opportunity to reach his or her fullest potential for the most independent life possible.
A non-profit, volunteer-based membership organization whose primary role is to advocate for the rights and protections of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) and their families, advocacy is provided through Information and referral services, educational opportunities like the annual Alabama disAbility Conference, and public policy initiatives.
The Exceptional Foundation provides social and recreational activities for children and adults with special needs. Our goal is to enhance the lives of our participants, but more importantly, to provide a community for them. In order to meet the needs of our participants, they must meet a certain criteria.
A clearing house of resourceful information specifically pertaining to individuals and their caregivers as related to ASD and other mental health conditions.