Resources

Articles

Asperger Syndrome: a clinical account
Lora Wing, from the MRC Social Psychiatry Unit, Institute of Psychiatry, London

Books

Asperger’s Syndrome : A Guide for Parents and Professionals
Tony Attwood, Lorna Wing. November 1997. Jessica Kingsley Pub; ISBN: 1853025771.

Asperger Syndrome: A Guide for Educators and Parents
Richard L. Simpson, Brenda Smith Myles. December 1997. Pro Ed; ISBN: 0890797277.

Autism and Asperger Syndrome
Uta Frith (ed.) January 1992. Cambridge Univ Pr (Pap Txt); ISBN: 052138608X.

Asperger Syndrome: A Practical Guide for Teachers (Resource Materials for Teachers)
Val Cumine, Julia Leach, Gill Stevenson, Burnley Stevenson. April 1998. David Fulton Pub; ISBN: 1853464996.

The Autistic Spectrum
Lorna Wing

Early Childhood Autism: Clinical, Educational, and Social Aspects (Pergamon International Library of Science, Technology, Engineering and Social)
J. K. Wing (Editor), Lorna Wing (Editor)

The Autistic Spectrum: A Guide for Parents & Professionals
Lorna Wing

Freaks, Geeks and Asperger Syndrome: A User Guide to Adolescence
Luke Jackson, Tony Attwood (Foreword)

Websites

Online Asperger Syndrome Information & Support: http://www.udel.edu/bkirby/asperger/

Tony Attwood: http://www.tonyattwood.com

http://www.autismone.com
Autism One is a nonprofit organization 501(c)(3) started by a small group of parents of children with autism to address three areas: education, advocacy, and fundraising. Parents are and must remain the driving force of our community, the stakes are too high and the issues too sacred to delegate to outside interests.

http://www.actpositive.org
Autism Community Together believes its role is to engage and support individuals, families, medical professionals, therapists and educators on effective methods to improve the lives of individuals with autism and their families in Northeast Indiana.

http://www.unlockingautism.org
Mission: To bring the issues of autism from individual homes to the forefront of national dialogue.  To join parents and professionals in one concerted effort to fight for these children who cannot lift their voices to the nation for help. To educate parents about pending legislation and existing laws. To educate parents about biomedical treatments and behavioral therapies. To assist parents of newly diagnosed children by providing direction through a parent-to-parent support hotline in an effort to network families across the country.

http://www.difflearn.com
Different Roads to Learning: Founded in 1995 by the parent of a child with autism, our goal here at Different Roads to Learning is to be your complete resource for ABA materials for children with autism spectrum disorders. In what is often an overwhelming experience, we strive to support the hope and dedication of parents and professionals who devote themselves to helping our exceptional children learn.

http://www.scribblemonster.com
I’m usually pretty good at spotting the toy. I’m pretty good at “The Quiet Game,” too.  That’s the game where you try not to make a sound. If you do, you’re out. My dad loves when we play The Quiet Game.  He’s usually the one who wants to play it. For some reason, my dad doesn’t like me being quiet when I play spy and sneak up on him, though. Parents are weird.

http://www.autismbehavioranalyst.com
Bonnie Kelly – Behavior Analyst (Bryan, Ohio). With over sixteen years of experience with individuals with ASD and dual diagnosis and 7 years of experience specializing in ABA (Lovaas and Verbal Behavior), Ms Kelly works with families throughout the tri-state area to develop, implement and supervise in-home and school programs.