How to Use this Site
www.par.net is PAR’s website for comprehensive information on autism and intellectual disabilities services in Pennsylvania. The site has information on topics such as finding services, the latest news in the community disability field, resources for advocacy efforts, finding a job, relevant regulations and laws, nonprofit compliance, and stories from the field.
Want to learn more about how to get the most out of www.par.net? Read below.
www.par.net provides several options for customizing the look of the site to fit an individual's accessibility needs. You can change how you view the site by using the accessibility features on the top right side of any page on www.par.net.
Text Size: To increase or decrease the size of words, pick one of the small, medium or large letter “A” buttons next to the phrase, “Text Size.”
Visibility: www.par.net provides two different ways to view the site: a full color option, which is the default, and an alternate high-contrast (white on black) option. To set your preference, click on 'High Contrast' to the right of the font size option on the top right side of any page on our website.
Finding Resources on the Site
To get started, there are three ways you can find information on www.par.net.
1. Use the Search Box located in the upper right hand corner of each web page.
2. Use the Information by Topic menus located on the left side of each web page.
3. Use the Site Map located at the top of each web page (above and to the right of the
PAR logo) and the footer of each web page. The Site Map gives you a complete list of
all pages on www.par.net.
Registering for a www.par.net Account
By creating a www.par.net account, you get access to site resources that a public user does not have. You do not have to be a PAR member to register, but PAR members have even more access than a general user, including access to PAR Mails and other members-only resources.
To register for an account, click on ‘Register’ in the upper right hand corner of the home page. Next, enter a username, password, and your email address. Then click on ‘Register.’ You will receive an email confirmation of your access to www.par.net within 24 hours. Please make sure to add firstname.lastname@example.org to your safe senders list.
After registration, to log into your account, select ‘Login’ in the upper right hand corner of the home page, to the left of the ‘Register’ option. Then enter your username and password. If you can’t remember your password, select the ‘Forgot Password?’ option. You will then receive an email with your password information.
Staying Connected to www.par.net
www.par.net offers several ways to help you stay informed about autism and intellectual disabilities services in Pennsylvania.