If you suspect your child may have Asperger’s Syndrome or Autism Spectrum Disorder, you have come to the right place.

We have put together lots of great information to help you know if your child is on the spectrum, how to get them diagnosed, and how to put together an effective treatment plan for them.

We will take you step by step through this process and guide you to the resources and information you need to get your child the help they need, so they can live a happy and productive life, and make your life easier and less stressful in the process.

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By joining the guild, you get access to a lot of great information, resources, and a fun community, all for free!

If you’re not interested in joining, here’s a simple 3 step guide to help you on your solo quest….

1. Does your child have Autism Spectrum Disorder?

Choose your child’s age group below to learn about the symptoms to look for in your child.

2. How to have your child evaluated and get a diagnosis

If you suspect your child has Asperger’s Syndrome or Autism Spectrum Disorder, then the next step is to have your child tested and if they have it, receive an official diagnosis you they can begin therapy and treatment. It is not always easy to get an accurate diagnosis, we will teach you the right way to go about it and what you can expect, just click the link below.

Diagnosis and Testing

3. Putting together an effective treatment plan

After your child is diagnosed, the next step is to put together a treatment plan that addresses your child’s specific challenges and needs.

This is generally done with your child’s doctor or the specialist that provided the diagnosis. However, there are times when that is simply not enough or the resources that your child could benefit from are inaccessible for one reason or another.

We have put together a lot of resources and information regarding treatment options that you may want to explore and see if it is a good fit for your situation and your child. To learn about these options, click the link below.

Explore Treatment Options