Autism Resources: Books, Products, Reviews, Websites
- Autism Multimedia (15)
- Autism-Related Websites (12)
- Books About Autism (76)
- Read, Write Autism Reviews (0)
Visual Tools for Teaching Soccer to Children with Autism
Use these step-by-step photo posters from Explorations Unlimited LLC to help children with autism learn basic soccer skills.
Manage Your Child's IEP: Hints and Tips from Chicago
A community of parents in Chicago created this list of do's and don't for effectively managing your autistic child's IEP. These hints and tips come from collective experience, and are well worth reading.
Autism and Bullies: Help from the Community
Julie Pacaro, a mom with a son on the autism spectrum, offers this worksheet to help autistic children distinguish between bullies and true friends.
A Grandad's Letters to His Autistic Grandson
Dr. Dan Gottlieb is a family psychologist, a radio host, a quadraplegic, and grandfather to Sam, a little boy with an autism spectrum disorder. This excerpt is from his book, "Letters to Sam."
Book Review: Blessed with Autism by Christina Peck
Need hints and tips for getting your health insurance to cover treatments for autism? Christina Peck has compiled insider information that may help you save money, time and aggravation.
Product Review: Goosie Cards for Children with Autism
Goosie Cards are large, laminated, captioned photos. They have a variety of uses for children with autism, and best of all they can be personalized.
Product Review: Natural Learning Concepts Products
Natural Learning Concepts produces a number of products intended to help parents, teachers and therapists as they teach social and communication skills to children with autism. Products include cards, books and check lists.
Review Autism Friendly Offerings
From toys to hotel rooms to events, autism friendly offerings are popping up all over. Do you know of an autism friendly offering that you'd like to describe and review? Please share! See submissions
Review Autism Apps Designed for iPads, iPhones and Other Mobile Devices
"Autism apps" include mobile social stories, games, images, social prompts, language production tools and more. Have you used an autism app for...See submissions
What Is Augmentative Communication for Autism
Augmentative Communication is technology of any sort that allows non-verbal individuals to communicate without spoken language. Since many people with autism are non-verbal, augmentative communication is often a very useful tool.