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Delaware is a small state, but we are not immune to the global challenges of autism.

This page has resources to help you stay up to date with Autism Delaware.

The Sun

Autism Delaware News


Email & Social Groups

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Talk to other family members, get support, advice, and stay in contact with others affected by autism throughout the state.


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Social Media

Autism Delaware’s staff, volunteers, friends, and community members share ideas and have lots of fun on a variety of social media. We currently have communities on Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube. We’d love to have you along!

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The Sun Newsletter

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We’d love to send you a copy of our newsletter.  Each quarterly issue of “The Sun” covers a topic that is relevant to people affected by autism and their families. Also included are highlights of Autism Delaware’s recent efforts.

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PDF Downloads of “The Sun” (by Topic)

Our Blog

How to Vacation So It’s Relaxing, by Jen Nardo

How to vacation so it’s relaxing by Jen Nardo Vacationing with a child who has autism brings up many questions: Should we drive somewhere? Should we fly? Should we stay at home and play in the backyard? My family has done all three—and so can yours! Here are some...

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Parent2Parent, by Rob Gilsdorf

We all have witnessed that special kind of shock that comes along with accepting autism into our lives: The rapid heartbeat, adrenaline-fed fear that shakes our souls. The anger and disappointment are unavoidable; the acceptance and resulting dedication to serve and...

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Growing Into a Sexual Being, by Jen Nardo

My son, Jake, who lives with autism, is almost 19 years old. When he reached a certain age, I was on the lookout for signs of puberty. Not knowing when he’d actually develop, I started to prepare him for what was to come: “You are going to grow hair on your body,” I...

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Teaching Independence Through Homework, by Brooke Copher

The homework load gets more difficult in the upper grades, so making sure that grade schoolers have a solid foundation in how to do their homework is essential. With the following tips, parents can help their children set goals and complete their homework confidently...

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From Meltdowns to High Praise, by Jen Nardo

As a parent of a 20-year-old son on the autism spectrum, I have plenty of personal experience with meltdowns. And I’ve learned that meltdowns are as difficult for the child as they are for the family. When our children lose control, they are no longer themselves. Our...

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Autism Delaware in the News

We’re the talk of the town! Click below to hear some of our latest interviews:

Family Support Manager Annalisa Ekbladh on WJBR

WDEL’s Andrew Sgroi on the Walk for Autism

WDEL’s “Big Don” Voltz on the Drive for Autism weekend at Dover Int’l. Speedway

Policy Director Alex Eldreth and  Development Director David Woods on WDDE

Board President Pete Bradley on POW&R and Dover Downs

Executive Director Teresa Avery on WMDT, 47 ABC

Contact Autism Delaware

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New Castle County

Phone: 302-224-6020
Fax: 302-224-6017

924 Old Harmony Road,
Suite 201
Newark, DE 19713

Sussex County

Phone: 302-644-3410
Fax: 302-827-2389

17517 Nassau Commons Blvd.
Unit 1
Lewes, DE 19958

Kent County 

Phone: 302-644-3410
Fax: 302-827-2389

POW&R only at 302-678-2113 


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