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AS-Related Links

Online Resources

We have compiled a list of some of our most requested resources. Explore the links below to find information about relationships, employment, financial services, education, and other resources of interest:

(1) ASO Facebook Page (populated with news, articles, items of interest related to Asperger’s):

(2) ASO Facebook Group is an active and supportive online community. It’s a private group (you have to request to be added) where you can connect with others who share similar experiences:

(3) Rudy Simone, a woman with Asperger’s, has compiled a list of Asperger traits in women, and a list comparing these to traits in men.  These are available on her website here:‘s website provides a great deal of information and resources. You can explore it further here:

(4) My Asperger Child
A website with resources and articles on a number of relevant topics

(5) Marriage with Asperger’s syndrome: 14 practical strategies:

(6) Different Together (a site related to relationships and Asperger’s):

(7) Autism Hangout hosts a number of articles and media materials related to Asperger Syndrome:

(8) This book by David Finch can be very helpful for individuals with newly diagnosed spouses:

(9) Canada Revenue Agency – Persons with Disabilities:

(10) Council of Canadians with Disabilities:

(11) Learn about filing an objection (and eligibility requirements) for the Canadian Disability Tax Credit:

(12) Learn about appealing a Disability Tax Credit Denial:

(13) Special Needs Financial Group (RESPs, RDSPs, Henson Trust etc.,)

(14) Autism Grey-Bruce Adult Services:

(15) Asperger Syndrome at Work:

(16) Workplace Accommodations for employees with Asperger’s (while it’s an American document, much of the information is relevant to employers in Canada)

(17) Autism After 16 website:

(18) This is a link to the the Ministry of Education‘s “Special Education document” . It provides a great overview of the special education program in Ontario. You’ll find helpful information within it about the Identification Placement and Review Committee (IPRC) process as well as information regarding developing an Individualized Education Plan (IEP):

(19)  Ontario Ministry of Education Special Education web page:

(20)Autism Speakshas developed a guide to help parents create a usefuIEP for their child

(21) An informative article about Individualized Education Plans (IEP)

(22) “An Educator’s Guide to Asperger Syndrome” can be a good tool in helping school staff and administrators understand the needs of a student with Asperger’s:

(23) This guide, “Effective Educational Practices for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders” provides a lot of great tools, techniques and strategies that can be implemented within a school to support a student on the spectrum:

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