As far as I know, this is the only web-site in existence about or providing resources for university students with autistic spectrum conditions. However, there are many other sites which could be useful to university students with autistic spectrum conditions, even if they don't specifically mention us. When links fall under a specific topic (such as "Study Skills"), I've included them on that web-page, but here are the general links:
Resources for university students with disabilities:
There is a vast amount of information about autism on the Web (not all of it accurate ...). Instead of trying to link to all the potentially useful resources, I've opted for a select few links to some of the pages which already do that.
Ooops! Wrong Planet! Syndrome Master Link Page - an encyclopaedic index of pretty much everything on the net related to the autistic spectrum.
Autism Network International - self-advocacy organization for people on the autistic spectrum.
autistics.org - self-advocacy, activism, and lots more.
Independent Living on the autistic spectrum - a fantastic e-mail based support group.
Coping: A Survival Guide for People with Asperger's Syndrome
O.A.S.I.S. - On-line Asperger's Syndrome Information and Support - parent-oriented, but still useful for information about AS.
Asperger Syndrome Education Network, Inc. - a non-profit organization with its headquarters in New Jersey.
Asperger Syndrome Coalition of the United States, Inc. Includes an excellent guide to regional resources.
The National Autistic Society (UK)
The Autism Society of America Homepage
And finally ...
For when you're tired of the usual media representation of autism:
The Autism Picture Page
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