Each semester at Hunter College, the ECSPEDE graduate students from my Autism class are asked to look at internet resources for families of young children with Autism. If you type Autism Spectrum Disorders into google you will get two million hits, but if you type in Autism you get close to 75 million hits. The challenge that continues to face families is finding appropriate, practical, accessible internet based information. Who do you follow on Twitter? What face book page is appropriate? Which youtube video show true evidence based practices? Which internet site do you refer to to help you create social stories? The comments below are a review of some of the current internet resources to assist families and teachers in finding resources.