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Asperger's / Autism Toolbox


Forums Listings

Online Communities for People on the Autism Spectrum
(and Those Who Care About Us)
to Connect and Communicate:

Primarily English Language and Primarily Non-English Language
(Scroll down within a section for forums outside the U.S.,
including non-English forums.)

(Please note that the content and activities of offsite resources and their creators and other participants are not the responsibility of this site. They are listed here so you can more easily find a range of options to choose from concerning your autism spectrum related needs. If you have any concerns or are not satisfied with what you find there, please contact them directly. Thank you.)

Primarily English Language:

Wrong Planet Autism Community

A Web community designed for individuals with classic autism, Asperger's Syndrome, PDD-NOS and other PDDs, ADHD, and other neurological differences, as well as friends, family members, and associated professionals.

The site not only has discussion forums, where members communicate with each other, it also includes an article section, with exclusive articles and how-to guides; a blogging feature; and a chatroom for real-time communication with other Aspies.
Autism Womens Network

A community of support, advocacy and resources for autistic girls and women, their families, friends and supporters.

In addition to their forum, this site offers articles and an events calendar.
AS and Their Partners

This site focuses on knowledge, resources, and understanding about relationships (which may include one partner or many) in which at least one partner (a spouse, friend, co-worker, or family member) has Asperger's Syndrome.

This site offers information, tools, and hope to both AS and NT partners through its educational content and resources as well as its AS and Their Partners Forum.
Aspies Central

A friendly forum to discuss Aspergers Syndrome, Autism, High Functioning Autism and related conditions.

In addition to their forum, this site offers a blogging feature and a listing of social groups.

Primarily Non-English Language:


French language

Recommended to me by an online member of the autism community with this comment:
...a good but for the moment lightly populated forum.


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