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Parenting Children with Autism

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  1. I am Special

    I am Special

    Introducing Children and Young People to their Autistic Spectrum Disorder

    Peter Vermeulen

    This workbook is designed for a child to work through with an adult. Unlike other books, its content and layout are devised for children who read, think and process information differently. The first part is a theoretical introduction. The second part is a series of worksheets through which the child creates a unique book about themselves. Learn More
    2000, 160pp
  2. The Self-Help Guide for Special Kids and their Parents

    The Self-Help Guide for Special Kids and their Parents

    Joan Matthews and James Williams

    James Williams is an SP (special person) - he was diagnosed with autism in childhood. His mother, Joan Matthews, is an NP (normal person). As James grew up, his different perception of the world created problems. Together, he and his mother met the challenges with ingenuity and humour. This is a book of their practical solutions to those problems. Learn More
    2000, 304pp
  3. Raising a Child with Autism

    Raising a Child with Autism

    A Guide to Applied Behavior Analysis for Parents

    Shira Richman

    Richman explains how parents can adapt ABA for use at home, providing guidance to increase play skills, improve communication and increase independence. The book also covers toilet-training, food selectivity, self-dressing and community outings, and includes an overview of the theory behind ABA as well as a list of resources for further reading. Learn More
    2000, 176pp
  4. Asperger Syndrome in the Family

    Asperger Syndrome in the Family

    Redefining Normal

    Liane Holliday Willey

    Through personal vignettes, frank discussions and practical suggestions for dealing with everything from major to minor Aspie challenges, Liane, her husband and their three daughters bravely open their home to their readers, inviting them to look behind the curtains at their version of Aspie life. Learn More
    2001, 176pp
  5. Incorporating Social Goals in the Classroom

    Incorporating Social Goals in the Classroom

    A Guide for Teachers and Parents of Children with High-Functioning Autism and Asperger Syndrome

    Rebecca A. Moyes

    This book provides practical, hands-on strategies to teach social skills to children with high-functioning autism and Asperger Syndrome. Instruction is included to enhance the development of appropriate, measurable, and meaningful individualized education plans (IEPs). Lesson plans are included to facilitate the ability to 'teach' these goals. Learn More
    2001, 192pp
  6. Home Educating Our Autistic Spectrum Children

    Home Educating Our Autistic Spectrum Children

    Paths are Made by Walking

    Edited by Terri Dowty and Kitt Cowlishaw

    In this book parents who have chosen the home education option for their children on the autistic spectrum candidly relate their experiences: how they reached the decision to educate at home, how they set about the task, and their feelings about the issues raised by their actions. Learn More
    2001, 304pp
  7. Nonverbal Learning Disabilities at School

    Nonverbal Learning Disabilities at School

    Educating Students with NLD, Asperger Syndrome and Related Conditions

    Pamela B. Tanguay

    Topics such as finding the right school, curriculum modifications, and social and emotional issues experienced by children with NLD are covered. The bulk of the book outlines specific teaching strategies, from how to deal with essay questions, to tips on helping the student master long division and ideas for improving reading comprehension. Learn More
    2001, 288pp
  8. Caring for a Child with Autism

    Caring for a Child with Autism

    A Practical Guide for Parents

    Martine Ives and Nell Munro, National Autistic Society

    Caring for a Child with Autism is an informative handbook in association with the National Autistic Society, written for parents with a recently diagnosed autistic child. This is a thorough introduction to autistic spectrum disorders, to be consulted time and time again as new questions arise. Learn More
    2001, 286pp
  9. A User Guide to the GF/CF Diet for Autism, Asperger Syndrome and AD/HD

    A User Guide to the GF/CF Diet for Autism, Asperger Syndrome and AD/HD

    Luke Jackson

    What is the GF/CF diet? Does it work? What's it like to go on it? In this user guide to the gluten and casein free diet, Luke Jackson, who is 12 years old and has Asperger Syndrome, tells you everything you need to know - both good and bad. Learn More
    2001, 176pp
  10. Can't Eat, Won't Eat

    Can't Eat, Won't Eat

    Dietary Difficulties and Autistic Spectrum Disorders

    Brenda Legge

    A decade ago the author's son first took a dislike to milk, and then to virtually every other substance she attempted to feed him. Her book was written to reassure other parents that there are lots of people out there in the same boat, and to suggest practical methods of dealing with the problem. Learn More
    2002, 208pp

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