Services for Autism

The Arc of Lincoln is a non-profit advocacy organization that serves people of all ages with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families. Click here to learn more about ARC of Lincoln.

The mission of the Nebraska Affiliate of the Autism Society of America is to support and advocate for individuals with autism spectrum disorders and their families. Click here to learn more about the Autism Society of Nebraska.

Autism Center of Nebraska believes every person, regardless of disability, is valuable and deserves to be considered valued members of their home community. ACN is a certified developmental disabilities service provider under contract with the State of Nebraska Health & Human Services, Division of Developmental Disabilities. Click here to learn more about ACN.

Circle of Friends (CoF) is a form of Peer-Mediated Intervention (PMI). The Circle of Friends model has been used to support individuals on the autism spectrum of all ages through the college level. Click here to learn more about Circle of Friends.

The mission of LFNL is to educate the community about neurodiversity, autism acceptance, and disability rights, centering the perspectives of autistic and other disabled people. Click here to see their Facebook page.

The mission of the Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders is to improve the quality of life of children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder or related disorders and their families. Click here to learn more about the Monroe Meyer Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders.

The mission of the Nebraska Chapter of the Autism Society of America is to support and advocate for individuals with autism spectrum disorders and their families. They are committed to helping the families and individuals living with autism spectrum disorders by supporting the local legislation, publishing a parents resource book, fundraising, and helping plan the annual statewide Autism Conference. Click here to learn more about the Nebraska Autism Spectrum Disorder Network.

The mission of the Ed Wiley Autism Acceptance Library is to promote understanding, acceptance, and inclusion for Autistic people. Their organization is dedicated to the ideas of neurodiversity, social justice, Autistic/Disables Pride and disability rights. Neurodivergent Narwhals are printable infographics addressing issues those with Autism deal with. Click here to learn more about the Neurodivergent Narwhal.

The Partnership for Autism Career Employment (PACE) provides individualized, team supported, long term employment services to adults who have autism so they may reach their career goals, achieve greater independence, and contribute in a personally meaningful way to the community. PACE helps individuals find work that matches their skills and interests, and that they will be able to maintain for as long as they are happy in the position. Click here to learn more about PACE.

If you have any questions or need additional information please contact us at 888.667.2399.

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