Autism Key is run by parents and for parents of children with autism spectrum disorders. The site was founded in 2005 to offer resources and support to the autism and special needs communities.  Through first hand experience, we previously learned that the most difficult part of receiving an autism diagnosis was the lack of support and readily available information.  As a result, Autism Key was launched as a resource tool for parents and loved ones to encourage, support, and learn from one another’s challenges. 

Since its founding, Autism Key has equipped tens-of-thousands of families with vital information and resources, and continues to offer unique content for the autism community. This includes news, multi-media information, autism message boards and commentary from a variety of viewpoints and perspectives.

In January of 2011, Autism Key launched its blog and article section, which includes news and editorial pieces from parents aimed at helping and informing the autism community. Our goal is to provide balanced commentary and information on topics from authors who share various points-of-views.

To learn more about our site’s editors, please click here.

If you need to contact us for any reason, please visit our contact page.


Important Disclaimer

All information in this site is presented for support and educational purposes only. It is not intended to substitute for medical treatment or visiting a licensed medical physician.

Visitors who desire to apply or use any information listed herein are urged to consult with licensed healthcare professionals first. All information is deemed reliable but its accuracy can't be guaranteed.

Did You Know?

  • * In 1970, Autism affected 1 out of 10,000 children
  • * Autism now affects 1 out of 88 children
  • * Autism affects 1 in 54 boys
  • * 1.7 million Americans have some form of autism
  • * 4 out of 5 autistic children are boys

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