The Autism Speaks 100 Day Kit for Newly Diagnosed Families of Young Children was created specifically for families of children ages 4 and under to make the best possible use of the 100 days following their child's diagnosis of autism.
Download the 100 Day Kit
Anyone can download the 100 Day Kit for free! You can also view a PDF of each section by clicking on the links below. Click here to download the entire kit.
100 Day Kit Sections
About Autism, Diagnosis, Causes and Symptoms
You, Your Family and Autism
Getting Your Child Services
How is Autism Treated?
Making It Happen
10 Things Your Child with Autism Wishes You Knew
A Week by Week Plan for the Next 100 Days
Glossary and Resources
Request a 100 Day Kit
Families whose children have been diagnosed in the last 6 months may request a complimentary hard copy of the 100 Day Kit by calling 888-AUTISM2 (888-288-4762) and speaking with an Autism Response Team Coordinator. *Note: We are unable to ship kits internationally.
Through a generous partnership with FedEx, after calling an Autism Response Team coordinator and providing them with your information, you can pick up a complimentary printed copy of the 100 Day Kit or AS/HFA Kit at a FedEx Office location near you!
Purchase A 100 Day Kit
For families who do not meet the necessary requirements to receive a complimentary hard copy, the 100 Day Kit is available for purchase in the Autism Speaks Online Store. *Note: The kit is only available for residents of the United States.
Autism Speaks thanks the following supporters whose generous contributions have helped to fund the 100 Day Kit for Newly Diagnosed Families of Young Children:
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This guide from the Baby Siblings Research Consortium answers the following questions:
1. If I have a child with ASD, how likely is it that my next child will have ASD or related developmental challenges?
2. What are the earliest signs of ASD and when do they appear?
3. What can parents do if they are concerned about their child’s development?