COVID-19: Resources, Advice, and ACT's Advocacy
ACT is gathering information to support families during the COVID-19 crisis, including resources specific to those who are neuro-diverse and useful general resources. Our COVID-19 Resources page will be updated as new resources come in.
- Watch Practical Tips for Helping Families Reduce Stress
- Resources for Families Waiting for Assessment
- View upcoming live web streams and presentations you can watch any time
ACT's Guides to Autism Videos & Resources
Download the ACT Videos & Resources Guide for the latest updates on ACT’s videos, events, and resources. We have specialized guides for:ACT Videos & Resources Guide for Parents and Professionals
ACT turns 15 - Report to Donors
As of January, it will be 15 years since ACT opened our office to support the autism community. In 2019 alone, we have helped 133,000 visitors find answers to their questions via our unparalleled online resources; ACT's free videos were watched 32,000 times.
ACT's resources are funded by donations and sponsorship from members of the autism community. If you are in a position to donate to ACT and would like to know more see ACT's 2019 Report to Donors (pdf).
Find Autism Information
Find practical autism resources in the Autism Information Database (AID). We've made it even easier to find resources and tools for parents and professionals with a new subject listing. Free and relevant world-wide.
You can also find 自閉症社區訓練協會 (ACT in Chinese), ACT in Punjabi, Online Mental Health & Autism Project: Looking Beyond Autism, and Autism Research.
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ACT lists workshops and conferences in B.C. related to autism and other special needs that are provided by local agencies and organizations.
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ACT in Punjabi
ACT has been able to both create and identify valuable resources for the Punjabi-speaking community in British Columbia.View Punjabi-language Resources