Autism help and support

Autism Help and Support
from Blue Parachute:
Who We Help

At Blue Parachute, we are committed to providing autism help and support to children and adults on the autism spectrum, as well as their families and the autism community. Our videos are a form of autism home support services. They are created by Licensed and Certified Behavior Therapists and are based on Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy, which has been proven to be highly effective in helping those with autism improve their skills and achieve greater independence. Below we will discuss the different types of people and communities we help.

Teaching Kids With Autism

Our skill-building videos are designed to help children with autism learn a wide range of skills, including communication, social, academic, daily living, and safety skills. We believe every child has the potential to learn and grow, and we are here to support them every step of the way.

Help and Support for Adults With Autism

Our video library also helps high-functioning adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) who want to improve their skills in areas such as vocational training, independent living, and socialization. We believe that everyone, regardless of their age or abilities, deserves the opportunity to reach their full potential.

Autism Resources for Parents of Children on the Spectrum

Parents of children with autism face unique challenges and often need support and guidance to help their child on the spectrum to succeed. Our videos provide parents with practical tools and strategies for teaching their autistic child essential skills and tips for managing challenging behaviors. We also offer autism home support services to provide additional support to families.

Autism Strategies for Teachers

We recognize the important role that teachers play in the lives of children with autism. Our videos offer autism strategies for teachers to help them create a positive and supportive learning environment for their students with autism. We also offer professional development training to help teachers improve their skills in teaching children with autism.

Autism Community Help and Support

The power of community cannot be overstated. This is why we are committed to supporting the autism community by providing evidence-based resources and information to help individuals with autism and their families thrive. We have video resources available with subscription pricing for individuals, local organizations, and advocacy groups to support the autism community and help those on the autism spectrum to thrive and be the best versions of themselves.

We Are Here to Help You

At Blue Parachute, we understand that autism doesn’t just affect the individual diagnosed with the condition but also their entire support system. That’s why we provide resources and support not only for individuals with autism but also for their families, caregivers, and loved ones. We believe that by educating and empowering those around the individual with autism, we can create a more inclusive and understanding community.

Whether you are a child on the autism spectrum, an adult with autism, the parent of an ASD child, a teacher to those in the autism community, or if your involvement with autism might differ, remember that we offer autism help and support to a variety of people and communities. Regardless of how you fit in the autism community, you are one important piece of the puzzle. We are glad to take our own puzzle pieces and use them to support you.

Your child’s journey to greater independence starts today! Click here and sign up now to take full advantage of our library of high-quality, evidence-based resources to help individuals with ASD be set up for success and reach their full potential. Blue Parachute. Easy. Affordable. Life-Changing.

Related Readings:

Blue Parachute – How We Help


CDC – What Is Autism Spectrum Disorder?

CDC – Data and Statistics on ASD

NIH – Efficacy of Interventions Based on Applied Behavior Analysis

National Autism Center – National Standards Project: Findings and Conclusions