Agencies or Organizations
Fairbanks Resource Agency - 907.456.8901
Resource Center for Parents and Children - 907.456.2866
FNSB Adaptive Recreation Program - 907.459.1070
ACCA - 907.456.4003
Access Alaska - 907.479.7940
University of Alaska School of Education - Special Education Program 907-474-5362
http://www.fbxtherapy.org/calendar-of-events - Parent Support Group and Play Date
Elaine Ponchionnie, ANP and Play Therapy - 907-455-7801
Kevin Lankford, MA -907-456-1620
Building Blocks Pediatric Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapy - 907-374-4911
Talkabout, Inc., Pediatric Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapy - 907-452-4517
Step-In Autism Services - 907.374.7001
If you or your child is currently on the DD waitlist for an MRDD waiver through the State of Alaska Senior and Disability Services you can request grant money to assist you or your child with the purchase of equipment. The application is available here.
The Autism Society of Alaska provides training at the request of agencies and individuals. Trainings range from parents, caregivers, and professionals. Please contact Danielle to set up a time to discuss the training you will to have at [email protected] or (907) 374-4421
Previously conducted trainings include Autism 101, Sibling interaction, interventions, Personal Safety and Safety Training with local first responders, and Play and Peer interactions.
Ten Things Your Student with Autism Wishes You Knew by Ellen Notbohm and Veronica Zysk
The Out-of-Sync Child: Recognizing and Coping with Sensory Processing Disorder, Revised Edition by Carol Kranowitz and Lucy Jane Miller
The Autism Source™ Resource Database, created in 2004, is the most comprehensive database of its kind. The Autism Society strives to offer only credible and reliable resources to our constituents, therefore we have employed our nationwide network of affiliates and collaborated with other autism organizations and professionals throughout the U.S. It is because of these collaborative relationships that the Autism Source™Resource Database continues to grow and is kept current with comprehensive resource listings. Visit it today by clicking this link.
In 2015 the Autism Society of Alaska partnered with UAF’s computer science program to create an
online resource database. This Autism Resource Database Alaska (ARDA) is a digital network for autism
related resources specific to Alaska. ARDA includes library items available for check out, reputable online
items, services and therapies provided across Alaska, and upcoming events. The purpose for this database is to
provide a hub for autism related information and services to help meet the needs of all Alaskans. Our goal is to
make the search for Alaska resources and therapies easier on families through this one-stop-shop database. Visit it today by clicking this link.
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