The professionals and agencies contained on the AID are 'self-listings', meaning that ACT does not verify their credentials, nor do we endorse them as being suitable for all users. Please review the qualifications, credentials and experience of any service provider before entering into a contract/agreement. For more information on hiring professionals, please refer to Chapter 5 of ACT's Autism Manual for BC: Contracting with Professionals. ACT reserves the right to remove or decline a listing, at our discretion.
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Search ACT's Autism Information Database (AID)
In our database of autism resources, you'll find:
- Information Resources: Articles, books, CDs, DVDs, forms, pamphlets, journals, videos, and websites.
- Community Resources: Agencies, support groups, recreational activities, and service providers in British Columbia, Canada.
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ACT provides the resources gathered in the Autism Information Database as a service. We cannot guarantee the suitability or effectiveness of any of the resources listed. We caution all users to be critical consumers; see MedlinePlus Guide to Healthy Web Surfing. ACT reserves the right to remove or refuse a listing, at our discretion.