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  1. Eating for Autism: The 10-Step Nutrition Plan to Help Treat Your Child's Autism, Asperger's, or ADHD by Elizabeth Strickland, 2009-04-28
  2. The Autism Answer Book: More Than 300 of the Top Questions Parents Ask by William Stillman, 2007-09-01
  3. When My Worries Get Too Big! A Relaxation Book for Children Who Live with Anxiety by Kari Dunn Buron, 2006-05-01
  4. Unraveling the Mystery of Autism and Pervasive Developmental Disorder: A Mother's Story of Research & Recovery by Karyn Seroussi, 2002-01-08
  5. Autism Spectrum Disorders: From Theory to Practice by Laura J. Hall, 2008-03-20
  6. Thinking in Pictures (Expanded, Tie-in Edition): My Life with Autism (Vintage) by Temple Grandin Ph.D., 2010-01-26
  7. Different Like Me: My Book of Autism Heroes by Jennifer Elder, 2005-11-30
  8. Teaching Conversation to Children With Autism: Scripts And Script Fading (Topics in Autism) by Lynn E.; Ph.D. McClannahan; Patricia J.; Ph.D. Krantz, 2005-11-30
  9. Overcoming Autism: Finding the Answers, Strategies, and Hope That Can Transform a by Lynn Kern Koegel, Claire LaZebnik, 2005-02-01
  10. A Child's Journey out of Autism: One Family's Story of Living in Hope and Finding a Cure by Leeann Whiffen, 2009-03-01
  11. Counselling People on the Autism Spectrum: A Practical Manual by Katherine Paxton, 2007-04-15
  12. The Verbal Behavior Approach: How to Teach Children With Autism and Related Disorders by Mary Barbera, Tracy Rasmussen, 2007-05-15
  13. Functional Behavior Assessment for People With Autism: Making Sense of Seemingly Senseless Behavior (Topics in Autism) by Beth A., Ph.D. Glasberg, 2006-01-10
  14. The Way I See It: A Personal Look at Autism and Asperger's by Temple Grandin, 2008-09-01

41. NIP: Vacsafe/Concerns/Autism/MMR & Autism Main Page
Vaccine Safety MMR Vaccine and autism Theory. Contains Vaccine Safety Issues of Interest autism Vaccines and autism Theory. At
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Vaccines and Autism Theory At a glance : The weight of currently available scientific evidence does not support the hypothesis that vaccines cause autism. We recognize there is considerable public interest in this issue, and therefore support additional research regarding this hypothesis. CDC is committed to maintaining the safest, most effective vaccine supply in history. Jump to descriptions and links for these topics: MMR vaccine and autism Fact Sheet Key messages

42. ABA Resources For Recovery From Autism/PDD/Hyperlexia
Resources for behavioral intervention for autism research, professionals, schools, support groups, curriculum materials, and special education and legal resources.
ABA Resources for Recovery from Autism/PDD/Hyperlexia
I am the father of a school-age child who has autism . This page is a collection of Internet and other resources which parents of children with PDD PDD-NOS autism Asperger's Syndrome , or hyperlexia may find useful. All the information concerns teaching methods that are a branch of applied behavior analysis (ABA) called behavioral intervention . One of the methods is discrete trial training. Some (inaccurately) use the term " Lovaas method." We worked hard to get complete information, implement a program, and have our school system pay for it. My hope is to help spare other parents (and their children) some of the pain and wasted time we went through. Here are all the helpful resources I've found, with the best places to start marked . The essentials of starting a program for your child are marked to . Please also see the frequently asked questions about ABA and autism . For information on training or employment see the education and employment listings Why don't the links work?

43. Center For The Study Of Autism
Provides resources for both professions and family members of individuals with autism. Includes interventions, family support, and stories of persons with autism.
NEW! Click here to read Advice for Parents of Young Autistic Children: Spring (2004), written by Drs. James B. Adams, Stephen M. Edelson, Temple Grandin, and Bernard Rimland. Click here to read Dr. Edelson's popular article: What I Would Do If I Were a Parent of An Autistic Child: Recommendations Based on 25 Years of Research Experience Treating Autism: Parent Stories of Hope and Success, Edited by Stephen M. Edelson, Ph.D. and Bernard Rimland, Ph.D. In-depth stories written by 31 parents and doctors who have used the Defeat Autism Now! (DAN!) biomedical treatments recommended by ARI. 2003, paperback, approximately 400 pages. Click here to learn more about the book. *** Click here to order from *** Click here to order from the Autism Research Institute using Pay Pal
Center for the Study of Autism
The Center for the Study of Autism (CSA) is located in the Salem/Portland, Oregon area. The Center provides information about autism to parents and professionals, and conducts research on the efficacy of various therapeutic interventions. Much of our research is in collaboration with the Autism Research Institute in San Diego, California. If you would like to write to us, our mailing address is: Center for the Study of Autism, P.O. Box 4538, Salem, OR 97302, U.S.A. All of the information we make available to the public is included on this web site. You can obtain further information about many of these topics by visiting the Autism Research Institute's web site at

44. Autism/Pervasive Developmental Disorders
The autism Spectrum, including autism, PDD, Pervasive Developmental Disorders,Asperger s and Rett Syndrome, is one of the most challenging health issues
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What is the SCERTS Model? The acronym stands for Social Communication, Emotional Regulation and Transactional Support. SCERTS is a multidisciplinary approach to enhancing communication and socio-emotional abilities. Click here to find out how to spend the day with Award Winning Speaker Dr. Barry Prizant learning the SCERTS Model.

45. Massachusetts Resources
Provides a directory of disability resources available to individuals dealing with autism.
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46. Autism Information Center, NCBDDD, CDC
Link to Developmental Disabilities page Developmental Disability Topics. autismSpectrum Disorders. About autism What are autism spectrum disorders?
NCBDDD Home Developmental Disability Topics Autism Spectrum Disorders Cerebral Palsy ...
  • About Autism : What are autism spectrum disorders? How common are they? CDC Activities : Read about autism spectrum disorders projects at CDC. Other Federal Activities : Learn about projects at the National Institutes of Health and other federal agencies. State Activities : Read about state autism spectrum disorders programs funded by CDC. Resources : Find out about resources for families and researchers. Kids' Quest : See how kids can use the Internet to learn more about autism spectrum disorders.

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47. Big's Place - ADD/ADHD/Aspergers/ODD
Links to resources regarding ADD/ADHD, autism, and Asperger's plus a blog of personal challenges.
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Page 2 These links are provided as a resource for anyone interested in finding information on Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Forums ADD Forums By Category or Subject ADD/ADHD Adults with ADD International Sites Publications Friends' Sites ADD/ADHD/Autism/BD/Aspergers

ADHD Owner's Manual

ADHD Parents Support Group

Advocacy, Inc.

International Sites
ADD/ADHD Toronto

ADHD and Aspergers Syndrome

NI ADHD Family Support Group
... Conduct Disorder in Children Adults with ADD ADD In Adults Adults with ADD Symptoms here) Ottawa ADDult Peer Support ... here) Outstanding Personal Sites Fatdad Lafnalot Livingwithadd Publications ADDitude - Lifestyle Magazine ADD In School - For Educators NIMH on ADHD Children Who Can't Pay Attention Pharmaceutical Information Concerta Other Sites of Interest Attention Deficit Disorder Link Project Fatty Acid Deficiency and ADD ADHD and the Military American Academy of Pediatrics article E-Mail us! Last Updated: October 26, 2003 Go to...

48. RSRF - Rett Syndrome Research Foundation
Promotes biomedical research for the treatment of Rett Syndrome, often misdiagnosed as autism and Hypotonia. Offers detailed information, links, studies, support groups, and information on the Rett Syndrome gene MECP2 recently discovered.
Welcome to the Rett Syndrome Research Foundation (RSRF) Online!
The Rett Syndrome Research Foundation (RSRF) was created in the fall of 1999 by six parents of children with Rett Syndrome. Our mandate is clear: to find treatments and a cure for Rett Syndrome, a devastating neurological disorder that strikes primarily little girls, depriving them of communication and motor skills and rendering them completely dependent on others for every basic need. The recent discovery that mutations in the gene create Rett Syndrome's tragic cascade of symptoms has galvanized research in this field. Functioning as an epigenetic gene, is thought to silence other genes through the process of DNA methylation. The failure of this mechanism to turn genes off appropriately may have implications for a wide range of disorders. Researchers from fields as disparate as cancer and schizophrenia have become interested in the exploration of Historically Rett Syndrome (RTT) has been considered rare. However, as RTT research yields more information about the role of in neuronal maintenance and synaptic organization and plasticity, the incidence of related disorders may significantly redefine the frequency and scope of these mutations.

49. The Autism Depot
A resource for parents of autistic children. This site includes reviews of bookson autism. The autism Depot. Organizations. autism Society of America (ASA).
The Autism Depot
This page is meant to be a resource for parents of autistic children. This page should grow, as we become more experienced handling Tara 's problems. I've written short reviews of various books that I've read since Tara's diagnosis. Beyond that you will find a short listing of key resources . A note about these resources. I don't expect this list to grow and please don't ask me to link to your site. I will take suggestions on what new books to read. This site was reviewed by Mental Health Net giving it a single star out of a possible 4. The best rating that they've given in their Autism section is 3 stars. I guess this means that either I have lots of room for improvement or the site isn't what they expected.
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Autism This page was selected by as one of their 50 key resources in the topic of Autism. The list of 50 is excellent; I encourage you to check it out.
Definition per ASA
Autism is a developmental disability that appears during the first three years. The result of a neurological disorder affects functioning of the brain, autism and its associated behaviors occur in approximately 15 of every 10,000 individuals.
Autism is four times more prevalent in boys than girls and knows no racial, ethnic or social boundaries. Family income, lifestyle or educational levels do not affect the chance of occurrence.

50. MMR And Autism - Can A Controversy Be More One-sided?
Objective information provided by Health Watch UK.

autism Network InternationalWelcome to the homepage for autism Network International, an autisticrun self-helpand advocacy organization for autistic people. (Last updated 19 Feb 2004.).

52. Camp Huntington High Falls, NY
Coed, overnight, 7-week program serving 6-21 year old campers with Learning and Developmental Disabilities, ADD, PDD, autism and other special needs. Located in High Falls, New York. Activities, daily schedule, facilities, dates, rates, and information request form.
Camp Huntington is a co-ed, residential, seven-week program for children and young adults with a variety of special needs. Our program is designed to maximize a child's potential and develop their strengths and hidden abilities. We offer a unique program approach we've developed: Adaptive Therapeutic Recreation. Your child will enjoy the fun-filled days of summer camp while learning practical life skills. All our activities are instructional in nature. Our activities are designed to stimulate a child's awareness and interest in their environment and in relationships, while building their confidence, self-esteem and growth towards independence.
Who We Serve: Children and young adults with: Learning and Developmental Disabilities, Attention Deficit and Attention Deficit with Hyperactivity Disorders, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Asperger's Syndrome, Pervasive Developmental Disabilities and other special needs. Our campus is located in the beautiful hamlet of High Falls, New York within the Catskill Mountain region.
College Internship is available for staff.

53. Unlocking Autism
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54. Support For Siblings Of People With Autism And Asperger Syndrome
Personal experiences, ideas, support, and reading list.

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Gladly Accepted While our own community is fully aware that autism now affects one out of 166 children, the general public is not. Over the past five years Autism Awareness has been one of our main Missions.
We invite you to join us in our National Autism Awareness Advertising Project for the Month of April. Simply download and print this advertisement. Share it with your local and state newspapers, magazines, newsletters and various publications. Join with others and start an advertising campaign in your state or community. Print it out as flyers and pass them out. The options are endless. Working together we are ALL Unlocking Autism.
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56. Siblings Of Children With Autism And Related Disorders
A place for the siblings of kids with autism to share experiences.

57. Autism National Committee
autism advocacy organization dedicated to Social Justice for All Citizens withautism through a shared vision and a commitment to positive approaches.
Autism National Committee
Welcome to the web page of the Autism National Committee (AUTCOM)! This is the only autism advocacy organization dedicated to "Social Justice for All Citizens with Autism" through a shared vision and a commitment to positive approaches. Our organization was founded in 1990 to protect and advance the human rights and civil rights of all persons with autism, Pervasive Developmental Disorder, and related differences of communication and behavior. In the face of social policies of devaluation, which are expressed in the practices of segregation, medicalization, and aversive conditioning, we assert that all individuals are created equal and endowed with certain inalienable rights, and that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. For membership information or other queries, please contact the Autism National Committee at P.O. Box 6175, North Plymouth, MA 02362-6175. Want to become a member? Click here for a membership form The Committee further believes that the principles of social justice can only be upheld through organizational methods which reflect those principles. Just as we envision communities based on the cultivation and support rather than the control of their members, the Committee encourages its individual members and organizational partners toward self-direction and self-empowerment. We welcome the participation of all family members, people with autism/PDD, caring professionals, and other friends who wish to implement, not debate, the right to self-determination by hearing and heeding the voices of people with autism. We have joined together to provide information, support, networking, advocacy, a strong voice in federal legislation and policy, a newsletter, conferences and trainings, a bookstore, a variety of unique publications, and an ongoing reappraisal of fundamental research and treatment issues in the light of what people with autism themselves find meaningful and respectful.

58. StarThrowers For Autism
Fund raising for therapy for a young autistic boy.

59. AAPC - Autism Asperger Publishing Company
Books on learning disabilities and autism.
P.O. Box 23173
Shawnee Mission, KS 66283-0173 Phone: (913) 897-1004
Fax: (913) 681-9473
Mission Statement
The mission of the Autism Asperger Publishing Company (AAPC) is to "be your first source for practical solutions related to autism, Asperger Syndrome, and other pervasive developmental disorders." Last Revision June 1, 2004
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60. Autism And Vaccination
autism and Vaccination. Introduction. There is an increasing amount of researchbeing conducted into the possible link between autism and vaccination.
Autism and Vaccination
Picture courtesy of BBC Online News This webpage was set up with the express purpose of disseminating information and research about the possible links between vaccination and autism. It is not the intention of the Autism Research Unit or the University of Sunderland to provide medical advice about the issue of vaccination. We recommend that any decision regarding the vaccination of your child should be made in conjunction with the appropriate physician/s.
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Introduction There is an increasing amount of research being conducted into the possible link between autism and vaccination. Along with many other groups throughout the world, the Autism Research Unit at the University of Sunderland is committed to examining the nature of this association through scientific research. Due to the nature of the work conducted at the Unit and the strong contact established with parents of people with autism, we at the Unit, have become increasingly aware of an increased incidence of parents claiming that their child's autism was the result of, or compounded by, vaccination. Many times each week, we are contacted by parents who talk about the effect they saw when their child was vaccinated, often describing harrowing scenes of extremely rapid regression, from perfectly ordinary children to children who exhibit very severe behavioural and physiological problems. Of course, clinicians and parents alike readily accept that by the very definition of a pervasive developmental disorder such as autism, a period of regression very often accompanies the onset of symptoms, and as such one cannot discount the possibility that the timing of vaccinations with autism onset is merely one of coincidence rather than cause. This cannot however be assumed when adequate research has yet to be properly conducted, both epidemiological and the direct study of individual cases.

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