180 Amazing Autism and Special Needs Resources for Families, children, and adults Freebie

Are you Feeling Overwhelmed?

Do you feel overwhelmed and tired, and just struggling to feel like you are making an impact with your child or adult with autism or special needs?

Today we wanted to share an amazing FREE resource we have created to help you feel a little less overwhelmed and more like you can take action on how you can find resources to help your family.

We get it, it can be hard to go through the every day tasks, especially when you are transitioning onto a new stage in life where you have to consistently learn new ideas and techniques to help your child succeed in life. We wanted to create the ultimate bundle of resources for you and your family to feel more confident in your stage of life and decrease that feeling of overwhelm.

This FREE Resource has over 180+ ideas from Autism websites, books, support groups, blogs by families and professionals, transitions into adulthood resources, podcasts, self-care tips, organization, ebooks, planners, calendars, & MORE!!

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What resources will you get from this download?

  • Autism Sites
  • Autism Books
  • Sensory Processing Books
  • Children with Disabilities Books
  • Transition into Adulthood Resources
  • Self-Care and Parenting Resources
  • Facebook Support Groups
  • Pinterest Group Boards with loads of Special needs content
  • Autism and Special Needs Blogs
  • Occupational Therapy Blogs
  • Speech Therapy Blogs
  • Helpful EBooks
  • Calendars
  • Planners
  • Podcasts
  • Help Around the Home Resources
  • Online Resources
  • Blogging Resources to start your own blog

We also share our blogging tips and resources if you are someone that is looking for help with blogging as a way to make extra income for your family or for a way for your adult child to create an at home online business!

We hope you find this FREE resource helpful as you are going through each stage of life whether you just got the diagnosis or you are looking for ways to continue to advocate for your child or adult. We are here to HELP!

Please leave a comment about what you think about the resources or if you know of any more to add! We would love to hear your feedback!