International Aspergirl Society:

You can join International Aspergirl Society with one single payment of $40 for annual Basic membership. This gets you one Skype sessions with Artemisia and unlimited video chat with the group. It also enables you to interface with other members, network, and get involved in their projects. Anyone who is diagnosed or strongly self identifies as a woman on the autism spectrum can join.


Autism-friendly vacation homes in Florida. VillaKey are passionate about helping families who have children with autism or other developmental disorders make memories by going on vacation together. They contribute $10 from every booking to the VillaKey Cares™ fund to help support travel expenses for families who struggle with autism and may not have the resources to afford a vacation on their own.

If you book a VillaKey rental, be sure to use the code KATIEVK so they know you were referred by The Autistic Travel Coach. Using the code will help support my website and services at no additional cost to you and is greatly appreciated! Read our blog post about VillaKey for more about their story and how they give to the autistic community.

Empower Autism:

Coaching for families or individuals on the autism spectrum, workshops, and staff training.

Chasing Summer:

Chasing Summer offers summer camps and professional development opportunities  for schools, summer camps, youth development professionals, and other organizations to create and implement programs that increase access for kids and families with autism and 22q deletion syndrome. Camp Tall Tree provides a traditional summer camp experience for campers with autism and 22q deletion syndrome ages 6-18 in Main Camp, emerging adults ages 13 to mid-20’s in the Explorers, and a unique program for siblings of kids with special needs.

Chattanooga Autism Center:

Chattanooga Autism Center is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization and a parent/advocate-driven center providing lifespan support and services for people with autism spectrum disorders and for their families. The center also serves as an advocacy resource and builds awareness about autism in our region.

Wrong Planet:

Wrong Planet is the web community designed for individuals (and parents / professionals of those) with Autism, Asperger’s Syndrome, ADHD, PDDs, and other neurological differences. We provide a discussion forum, where members communicate with each other, an article section, with exclusive articles and how-to guides, a blogging feature, and more.