Information for Families
The Kentucky Autism Training Center (KATC) is dedicated to giving families access to the information, services and supports they need by providing an up-to-date, comprehensive website.
A list of information and resources for Kentucky families with children who are diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder.
A comprehensive guide developed by parents, professionals and individuals with autism spectrum disorders to answer the question: "When your child was first diagnosed, what information did you need most?" Additional resources:
In the past several years, the awareness of autism has dramatically increased in our Commonwealth. This increased public awareness of autism can be attributed to the grass roots collaborative efforts of support groups across the state bringing together families and professionals.
A network of family members affected by ASD who will reach, collaborate, empower, and develop relationships with others throughout Kentucky.
Information and resources for adults with autism.
View over fifty free online training resources now on your computer at a time that is convenient for you.
Download, print and share these brochures with other families and people in your community to spread the word about autism awareness.
Read insightful information based on evidenced based practice that is shared in the quarterly published e-newsletter.
The Amanda L. King Resource Library is a collection of materials pertaining to Autism Spectrum Disorders available for checkout to families and professionals. The Resource Library contains hundreds of print, electronic and video materials that can be mailed to patrons anywhere across the state of Kentucky.
Review and download copies of handouts from our past workshops and conferences.