Resources For Parents
We help support you by providing resources that will help you to navigate your child's autism.
There are many organizations and resources available to parents of children with autism, including support groups, educational resources, and therapy services.
Some organizations, such as the Autism Society of America, provide information and resources for parents of children with autism, as well as support and advocacy services.
Local schools and health care providers may also be able to provide information and resources for parents of children with autism.
If you have questions about particular resources or needs, feel free to get in touch with Sami’s Angels ABA Services — we’re here to help!
Types Of Resources
Parent Support Groups
It's important for parents of children with autism to seek out support and resources that can help their child and their family.
Many parents find it helpful to connect with other parents of children with autism through support groups and online communities.
These groups can provide emotional support, as well as information and advice on managing autism and accessing services and resources.
Serving Arizona families valley wide, Sami’s Angels ABA Services can help connect you!
We also provide parent training and family guidance from Board Certified Behavior Analysts. We’re here to help you in any way that we can!
In addition to support groups, there are many educational resources available for parents of children with autism.
These resources can help parents learn more about autism and how to support their child's development and learning.
Many schools also have programs and services for children with autism, such as special education programs and therapy services.
If you choose to work with Sami’s Angels ABA Services, we can provide you with particular educational resources that fit the needs of your child and your family.
If you are a parent of a child with autism, it's important to reach out to organizations and resources in your community that can provide support and information.
There’s a whole network of people working hard to care for and support children with autism and their families!
We love this community and are proud to do our small part to make the world a more supportive and welcoming place for neurodivergent people.