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That is a good question! Please check out more information about autism here.

The reason it’s called “autism spectrum disorder” (ASD) is because there is an entire spectrum of signs/symptoms and behaviors that constitute a firm diagnosis of autism in adults or children. Depending on how mild or severe your or your child’s case may be, they could be experiencing a wide variety of symptoms. View this page on our website or the Autism Speaks Website for even more information on what signs or symptoms to look for and when to seek a medical diagnosis.

Experienced Autism Alliance’s mission is to assist and empower families with children and adults in the community with autism by connecting and supporting them with resources, experiences, and tools to help enrich their lives.

Yes. We are a registered 501 (3) Non-Profit organization with the IRS. Our EIN # is 83-3308712 for tax deduction purposes.
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We are a registered 501 (3) Non-Profit organization with the IRS. Our EIN # is 83-3308712.

Find out more about our founders here. We are currently in the process of adding more board members and their information on our site shortly.

This varies based on your insurance. We recommend that you contact your insurance provider for more information. 
We have found these insurance companies for your convenience that may be able to help:

However, there are programs for early detection care. Find out more here.


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**Experienced Autism Alliance (“EAA”) does not endorse any specific treatments or therapies. Information provided is not meant to serve as medical advice. EAA urges individuals exploring any treatment to work with their treating physician to make the best decisions for their own care.