Monthly Membership Program
AUTLAB Prime is the informed community you’ve been asking for. It’s moms and dads, families and teachers, looking to stay connected — both to one another and to the latest information on Autism. As a member of this community, you will not only have access to curated reports, expert advice, and current news — you will also be supporting new research for breakthroughs in Autism.
Real Families. Real Issues. Real Help.
Stay informed on the latest in Autism as it is published — all in one place. When new research, techniques, and therapies that can help your child become available, you’ll be the first to know.
Like you, we are constantly looking for new ways to help our children. And because no two kids are alike, what has worked for others may or may not work for our child or our family. That is why we are always seeking new information and new ideas to create breakthroughs — both for our family and yours. We also know just how time-consuming it can be searching for this information, so let us do it for you.
“Successful people ask better questions, and as a result, they get better answers.” — Tony Robbins
Based on Mr. Robbins’ own example, we think he’d agree that the best results come from asking those ‘better’ questions of the best in their field. That’s why we are taking your toughest questions to the experts — those highly-trained and in the trenches — and asking them for you. This section is all about providing practical advice that you can implement in your own lives and the insight to better understand how our children see the world.
When you join ALAB Prime, 30% of your membership fee will go towards funding new research to find the best techniques and therapies to help your child. We want answers and breakthroughs just as much as you do and to demonstrate our commitment to finding them we have built it into the DNA of this program.
Autism Answers Report
One of the greatest gifts you can give us is your own story. You have no idea how much you may help another family by participating in our Autism Census. Much like the jigsaw puzzle that has come to represent Autism, each piece of data you provide us within the census, is being compiled (anonymously, of course!) in this report, to give us all a better picture of what life with Autism looks like.