This is a short list of blogs/websites we like. We will be adding to this list regularly.
To see a complete list of Artists & Poets in the Art of Autism: Shifting Perceptiosn, please visit the Artist/Poet page
Businesses We Like
DtailsULike Dainty Pearl Jewelry gives 10 percent of their profits to the autism community. Jennifer hires moms of people on the autism spectrum and plans to hire autistic people in the future.
Best Schools has one of the best directories of scholarship opportunities for people with disabilities on the internet.
The Fully Accessible Guide for Paying for College for Students with Disabilities has a comprehensive list of resources, scholarships and grants.
SWIFT is a national K-8 technical assistance center that builds school capacity to provide academic and behavioral support to improve outcomes for all students through equity-based inclusion
Autism in the Museum – A clearinghouse of best practices, models, ideas, resources and research about making museums, zoos, aquariums and other informal educational settings both welcoming and inclusive for people with autism and their families.
uneepi – an online dating service for autistic people. They have a lot of informative blogs about dating.
Artist & Poet Pages
The Art of Autism has featured many artists here.
Nick’s Art Project – Nicholas Gammicchia uses proceeds from sales of his art to provide scholarships for music and art.
Richard Jackson Creative Solutions – artist, photographer, videographer
Sarah E. Vaughn Fine Artist – Sarah does commissions of her wonderful drawings.
ArtbyDyl – follow young Dylan and his art
Mark Mullen Art – Mark does amazing portraits.
The Voice Outside – a U.K. site that features original songs from 8 people, 5 who are on the spectrum.
Disability Arts Online – a unique journal for discussion of arts and culture.
Appalachian Morning Blog – artist Bryce Merlin’s mom, an artist and writer herself has an insightful blog
LeisaHammett.com – artist Grace Goad’s mom’s blog