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The ALL Process

We hope you will join Autism Lifeline Links so we can work together to find better solutions for and gain a deeper understanding of the unique needs of people living with autism in San Antonio, Bexar County and the surrounding areas.

As individuals with autism grow and change, their educational, social, medical, psychological and other needs evolve. Understanding how to recognize these different phases and address them with appropriate responses goes a long way toward helping support family, friends and loved ones on the autism spectrum.

Parent/caregiver of an autistic child

Is your child on the spectrum?

With Autism Lifeline Links, I will have a single location to find needed support and resources, and will be a part of a bigger network that is working to make positive changes for individuals with autism.

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Autistic Adult

Are you an adult on the autism spectrum?

I want to lead an organized life where I work to make friends, get training for a job, and the skills to manage my daily schedule and needs.

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Parent/caregiver of an autistic adult

Are you the parent/caregiver of an adult on the spectrum?

My child is getting older and I’m worried about his/her future as an adult with autism. I need guidance to make sure he/she will be able to live successfully on his/her own. I want to be a part of a bigger network that is working to make positive changes for adults with autism.

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Autism professional who wants to help

Are you a professional who wants to help?

Parents and caregivers frequently come to me with questions. With Autism Lifeline Links, I’m confident I’m connecting them to a network that helps them access solutions.

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Start receiving help with people and resources who can help you find solutions and provide assistance and needed support in Bexar County and surrounding areas. We invite you to be part of Autism Lifeline Links as we work to create efficiencies and streamline the process for individuals and families to access services through a continuum of care.


Authorization to Use and Disclose Protected Health Information (or other confidential information)

The following Protected Health or other confidential information may be shared between one or more of the agencies/entities participating in Autism Lifeline Links for the purpose of providing services or referring you to the correct agency for which you are interested in receiving services.

  • Medical or Health Information (immunization records, assessments, diagnosis)
  • Psychological Reports (diagnosis)
  • Social History (Home Study)
  • Case Management Records (Assessment, Service Plan, Progress notes, correspondence)
  • ECI/School District information (Assessment, Service Plan, IEP, Autism Supplement, Behavior Improvement Plan)
  • Financial Information (tax return, pay stubs, SSI Letter, WIC, TANF, SNAP, child support)
  • Demographic Information
  • Other Information
  I do authorize disclosure of such information electronically. If you choose not to disclose information, you will not be included in the ALL network of providers. You will still receive referrals to services but not within the connected system.

The information disclosed may be used by the individual/entity receiving the information for any and all services/participation in Autism Lifeline Links (ALL) for continuum of care. ALL is a network of providers caring for an individual with Autism utilizing a network system (TAV Connect) to ensure continuity of care and avoid duplication. TAVConnect is a HIPAA-secured, cloud-based platform meeting rigorous standards for data protection. Your personal information is gathered for demographic purposes only and will not be shared with any government agency. Your benefits will not be reduced due to sharing details related to your family with the ALL group.

Expiration Date: This authorization expires at the time Autism Lifeline Links services are discontinued or upon my revocation.

  This form was read by me or was read to me and I understand its purpose and content.

Your Email address
I do not have an email address


Our referral agencies and community partners are always looking for volunteers to share their time, ideas and talents, or to help at an event. Your generous contribution of time as a volunteer helps to keep costs down so these agencies are better able to provide services to individuals and families affected by autism. We encourage you to visit any of the ALL referral agency and community partner websites to learn more about their volunteer opportunities and needs.

On behalf of ALL, we thank you!

The Data that Drives Our Agenda

The number of people diagnosed with autism continues to increase.
Parent/caregiver of an autistic child

Autism Lifeline Links has a Public Policy & Advocacy Committee that actively works to improve the system of care for those with autism. View the Autism Lifeline Links Legislative agenda for the 87th Legislation Session which begins Jan 12, 2021.

ALL Legislative Priorities

Autistic Adult

Every two years, the Texas Legislature convenes for a 140-day regular legislative session. Autism Lifeline Links monitors legislative activities that could impact disability-related programs and services especially those for individuals with autism.

86th Legislative Session

Parent/caregiver of an autistic adult

As an individual with autism or a family member/caregiver of an individual with autism, you play a significant role in improving the system of care.

Reach out to your local elected officials to share your story and thoughts on how systems could be improved.

Take Action!

Autism professional who wants to help

A significant issue for those with autism and intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) in Texas is the length of the wait lists to receive Long-Term Services and Support (LTSS) waiver services.

Which programs fit you/your individual with autism and IDD needs best? Click below to learn the differences between each of the programs and how to enroll.

More on LTSS

ALL Legislative Priorities

During the interim legislative session, Autism Lifeline Links works with stakeholders and advocates to determine its legislative priorities for the Legislative Session.

ALL stakeholders are exploring priorities which include addressing the Long-Term Services and Supports (LTSS) Medicaid Waiver Interest List and other topics related to the well being of individuals with autism and intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD).

As ALL finalizes priorities they will be posted on this page.

» More information on Long-Term Services and Supports (LTSS) Medicaid Waiver Interest List

More on Long-Term Services and Support Interest List

The importance of getting on Long-Term Services and Support (LTSS) waiver interest (wait) lists as soon as possible.

The importance of Long-Term Service and Supports (LTSS)

Across the Spectrum: Long-Term Services and Support, and How Educators Can Act as Advocates

Join us, along with our panel of experts and parents from Any Baby Can of San Antonio, The Arc of San Antonio, and Alamo Heights ISD as we discuss things every parent and educator should know about Long Term Services and Supports.

Posted by Autism Lifeline Links on Friday, May 29, 2020

Local Intellectual and Developmental Disability Authority (LIDDA)

Bexar County

Hill Country

Texas Medicaid Waiver Programs also known as Long-Term Services and Supports (LTSS) waivers