It depends where you're from and what the resources are like there. My brother is ASD and ADHD and we've had to fight for special education through the system as he is only mildly ASD and they see him as 'normal'. If a child is moderate to severe ASD there are ample resources such as Star Jam (Dance Group), and horse riding for people with disabilities. They would be well supported so long as you get out there and look for these resources or ask any special Ed teacher or psychologist - or even parents in one of the many groups. So yes, there are resources and quite good ones but it depends entirely on your child's needs and what you have to compare it to back home. Overall I'd say there is a large amount of support for people with Autism both child and adult. It could just be our experience that was bad. If you have money then you should find it easy to access the resources required and more. We didn't at the time. Hope this helps. Feel free to ask more.