The goal of the compilation of these listings is to become one comprehensive resource directory for all things autism in the community. ASDhub is here to be an easy-to-use, one stop shop for individuals, families, and professionals.
To make this as convenient as possible, our website has a very accessible design. At your first glance, you see options to search the site by keyword, location, or through the categorized directory.
If you’re looking for a specific service, try using the keyword search at the top of the page. On the other hand, click on the directory tab to simply browse through all categories of the listings. For example, if you are looking for occupational therapy services, there are two easy ways to go about it. One way would be to simply search “occupational therapy” in the keyword search box. The other way to find this would be by clicking on the directory, then the “Therapy & Counseling” link, and finally the “Occupational Therapy” link located on the left-hand side of the page under “Category”.
To see all autism-related events going on in your area, then look no further than the “Events” tab. Here you can refine your search by month, location, or category.
If you are an agency looking to add your listing to the directory, begin by clicking the sign-up button located on the top, right-hand side of the Home page. You will be given the option to sign up with your Facebook account, Google account, or an alternate email.
For those who have utilized a service or company listed on ASDhub, you have the option to write a review and let the agency and others know about your experience. The review option is located in the bottom, left-hand corner of each listing. To review, you need to be signed in with your ASDhub account. Once you do this, you are able to give a listing one to five stars and write any comments you may have.
What are the general benefits of using this website? ASDhub is one central, publicly accessible, and comprehensive directory used to make the lives of individuals and families with autism a little easier.