Winthrop, Maine 1-800-273-5200

IEP's, Transition and Routines!

Access Your Back-To-School Resources

The Autism Society of America and Nickelodeon co-created a free, downloadable, Back-to-School resource pack to help support students on the Autism spectrum and their teachers. In this collaborative effort, our goal is to help empower Autistic students who are navigating their educational journeys and provide agency and engagement exclusively through positive reinforcement.  

Download and customize templates for power cards, visual schedules, and token boards, featuring your favorite Nick characters!


Maine Department of Education / Office of Special Services The Office of Special Services is committed to ensuring the provision of a free appropriate public education in the least restrictive environment for children with disabilities (ages 3 to 22) as well as early intervention services to infants and toddlers (birth through age 2).

Maine Unified Special Education Regulations (MUSER) Chapter 101
“This rule governs the administration of the child find system for children age birth to twenty, the provision of early intervention services to eligible children birth to under age 3 (B-2) with disabilities and their families, and the provision of special education and related services to eligible children age three to twenty with disabilities and their families, implementing 20-A MRSA Chapters 301, and 303 and amendments thereto”

Maine Autism Institute of Education & Research (MAIER) 
Booklet 2: “Accessing educational services, social services, and interventions”

Maine Parent Federation (MPF) for information about Special Education and IEP Questions. (Maine)

Transition Planning (MPF) A Guide for Parents of Youth with Disabilities or Special Help Needs

Disability Rights Maine (DRM) for legal questions that you may have. DRM represents children with disabilities who are seeking assistance with obtaining a free and appropriate public education. (Maine)




IEP Resources


Autism Society of Maine: 1-800-273-5200