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  1. Adolescents on the Autism Spectrum: A Parent's Guide to the Cognitive, Social, Physical, and Transition Needs ofTeenagers with Autism Spectrum Disorders by Chantal Sicile-Kira, 2006-02-28
  2. Addressing the Challenging Behavior of Children With High-Functioning Autism/Asperger Syndrome in the Classroom: A Guide for Teachers and Parents by Rebecca A. Moyes, Rececca A. Moyes, 2002-07
  3. Self-Help Skills for People with Autism: A Systematic Teaching Approach (Topics in Autism) by Stephen R. Anderson, Amy L. Jablonski, et all 2007-08-22
  4. Everybody Is Different: A Book for Young People Who Have Brothers or Sisters With Autism by Fiona Bleach, 2002-02-11
  5. Enzymes for Autism and Other Neurological Conditions (Updated Third Edition) by Karen DeFelice, 2008-04-01
  6. Ian's Walk: A Story about Autism by Laurie Lears, 1998-01-01
  7. The Social Skills Picture Book Teaching play, emotion, and communication to children with autism by Jed Baker, 2003-04-16
  8. The Autism Checklist: A Practical Reference for Parents and Teachers (J-B Ed: Checklist) by Paula Kluth, John Shouse, 2009-09-08
  9. Autism in Your Classroom: A General Educator's Guide to Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders (Topics in Autism) by Deborah Fein (Ph.D.), Michelle A. Dunn (Ph.D.), 2007-10-31
  10. Teaching Children With Autism to Mind-Read : A Practical Guide for Teachers and Parents by Patricia Howlin, Simon Baron-Cohen, et all 1998-03
  11. Autism and the God Connection by William Stillman, 2006-04-01
  12. Autism and Your Church by Barbara J. Newman, 2006-05-09
  13. The Unwritten Rules of Social Relationships: Decoding Social Mysteries Through the Unique Perspectives of Autism by Temple Grandin, Sean Barron, 2005-11-01
  14. Mother Warriors: A Nation of Parents Healing Autism Against All Odds by Jenny McCarthy, 2009-03-31

61. AutismConnect
autism Cymru conference proves huge success autism Cymru conferenceproves huge success. No evidence to link autism with vaccines
Parents insist electric shock treatment is right for autistic son Siblings sought for new study of autism's effects on families 'Ours are the forgotten children' Retarded teenager granted new trial in case of drowning of 10-year-old autistic boy ... The MMR and the Media This project has been brought to you by a board of Trustees which is made up of The Shirley Foundation and The National Autistic Society who are working in partnership with Autism Cymru ( ) who are providing support and management of this service. Site designed by

62. Autism Community
Exchange ideas on housing alternatives for people with autism, i.e., Group Homes, Livein Caregivers, Co-ops, Intentional Communities, Housing, Homeownership, Waivered Services, non-profit organizations, grants and other programs for disabled or autistic people.

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Dedicated to sharing ideas on alternative living arrangements for autistic people
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  • Articles Last Update: Feb 14, 1999
  • Calendar of Events for Autism Conferences, Seminars and Retreats across the United States. Last Update: Dec 22, 1998
  • Chat Room - a place for members to meet and share ideas (there are no scheduled chats at this time but members are free to meet there whenever they wish). Please review the Instructions private chat room
  • - These links are not just for autism, but rather housing in general, and independent living for all disabled persons. View a floorplan for a duplex that would be ideal for homesharing.
  • Member Directory - listing of members who share an interest in exchanging ideas on this topic. If you're a member of our email list , please submit your bio here
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  • Discussion List - This list is ONLY for discussion of housing related issues, not general topics. Visit the link for more information on topics allowed.

63. Autism And ADHD, A Personal Look.
One person's story of how she dealt with her son, a child with ADHD and autism.
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This page is dedicated to my son Troy, who has ADHD and Autism. It is a reflection of my personal experience in dealing with ADHD in children, and sharing the knowledge I have gained in over 10 years of raising a child with ADHD and Autism. Groovin Music ADHD vs ADD, the difference Brain and IQ / Memory Respite and Troy's Stepdad ... Medication
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64. Action For Autism Homepage
Welcome to the Action for autism Website! We are Action for autism (AFA) the pioneering, national, nonprofit autism organisation of India.
Welcome to the Action for Autism Website!
We are Action for Autism (AFA) : the pioneering, national, non-profit autism organisation of India. We provide support and services to persons with autism and those who work with them in South Asia. Founded in 1991, we continue to work from legal, medical, and educational perspectives to "put autism on the Indian map." We are an Indian organisation, and our efforts are focused on the needs of those in India. At the same time, we greatly enjoy working with autism organisations worldwide to share information, resources and assist families and children at a global level, and look forward to continuing our contact with families and professionals worldwide. To more effectively orchestrate services for the thousands of people with autism in India, we are in the midst of building our AFA National Centre for Advocacy Research and Training. We hope you will enjoy learning more about autism in India and the services available through Action for Autism. We look forward to your comments, questions, and feedback.

65. Autism - What Is It?
Essay, with references, on the history and current knowledge of autism.
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66. -- Autism Center
The Patient Centered Guides autism Center is for families of thoseliving with a pervasive developmental disorder. Much of the

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New book by
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Autistic Spectrum Disorders Other books by Mitzi Waltz:
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Interview with Mitzi Waltz: Autistic Spectrum Disorders.
Author-advocate Waltz, now studying at the Autism Research Unit, answers questions about the increasing number of diagnoses, potential link with immunizations, autism and genetics, current treatment research, and the impact on families. Autistic Spectrum Disorders is a new book by Mitzi Waltz, a revised and updated edition of Pervasive Developmental Disorders The Diagnostic Merry-Go-Round. The diagnosis of ASD is usually a frustrating process of diagnosis by elimination, after a range of specified conditions in the autistic spectrum and related conditions are ruled out. Getting a Diagnosis: Starting with a Pediatrician. The journey to a diagnosis of ASD can begin in different ways, but for most it starts in a pediatrician's office. Tips for Daily Family Life. There are a lot of things about raising a child with ASD that teachers, therapists, and doctors don't know much about. Hints from parents about daily life, including tips on haircuts, bathing, clothing, selecting furniture, and safety precautions. Record Keeping.

67. Autism & Developmental Disabilities
Potty training, toys, books, videos, vitamins, and food substitutes.
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68. The National Autistic Society - The UK's Foremost Charity For People With Autism
for people with autistic spectrum disorders and their families, spearheading nationaland international initiatives and providing a strong voice for autism.
This site has now moved to Please adjust bookmarks accordingly. The National Autistic Society
393 City Road, London, EC1V 1NG, United Kingdom.
Tel: +44 (0)20 7833 2299; Fax: +44 (0)20 7833 9666
Email: Registered charity number: 269425

69. Autism And Abuse
Describes recognition of abuse targeting autistics and people with Asperger's syndrome.
Abuse as it Affects People with Asperger's Syndrome and Autism
This is linked to pages on relationships and autistics , and relates to abuse in intimate relationships. An ability to identify people on the Spectrum presents one potential hazard abusers who stalk people with disabilities. Fortunately such abusers are rare. It is possible (and very easy) to protect oneself from abusers who stalk by being alert for warning signs of these people. ("The Spectrum" generally means the autism Spectrum, including Asperger's syndrome, HFA, PDD and Kanner's autism. Many of us are comfortable with the generic reference of "autistic".)
Just Another Internet Scare Story
Dating is not a dangerous activity. There is nothing in this article by which one should reasonably determine that dating is inherently dangerous. There are hazards in any enterprise and one which involves interactions with other people is no exception. If you cross the street, there are lethal objects which by themselves have no regard as to whether they kill you. Someone warned you to look before crossing, and presumably you consider that sufficient. One wouldn't avoid leaving one's block because of those lethal objects cruising up and down the streets. There is more risk involved in being alone than in establishing an intimate relationship. If you are concerned (or merely aware) about the risks of a relationship, that concern or awareness should in itself be sufficient to protect you.

70. Exploring Autism
Exploring autism is dedicated to helping families living with the challenges ofautism to stay informed about the exciting breakthroughs surrounding the
This website has been created to provide general information about the genetics of autism. This site does not provide medical advice concerning autism. For specific medical advice about autism, individuals should contact their health care providers. This website is dedicated to helping families who are living with the challenges of autism stay informed about the exciting breakthroughs involving the genetics of autism. As new genetic research findings are reported for autistic disorder we will report and explain these findings. We will explain genetic principles as they relate to autism, provide you with the latest research news, and seek your input as together we work to increase the body of knowledge about autism. The Exploring Autism website is the collaborative effort of Autism Genetics Cooperative, a group of researchers and clinicians working with the help of families with children affected by autism to find the genetic causes of autism. (See About Us for a listing of these participating institutions.) This web site is underwritten by the

71. About Autism
A parents' perspective on autism. Includes their experiences with a daughter diganosed as autistic, and information on education, immunisation, diet, behaviour, and homeopathy
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This is a web site which has been written by the parents of Zoe, an autistic child, with a view to sharing as much practical knowledge as possible. We started down the road of producing an autism site as far back as 1999. This is a short time, but in developmental terms, it is a very long time indeed. The emphasis of this site has shifted in that time, with a move away from fancy / slick menus and clever scripts towards a simplistic design which allows the focus to return to the content material, and practical information regarding autism. There are many new pages being added and we are very much open to suggestions from other parents regarding suitable content material. To start off with, please do look at the links on the left, and we will try our utmost to add more content as time allows. Thank you to all who have visited in the past, and especially to Dale, Helen, Sarah and Lauren. Martin and Nicki Courtney

72. Autism Treatment Services Of Canada
atsc autism treatment services of canada Association Canadiennepour L Obtention de Services aux Personnes Autistiques.
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is a national affiliation of organizations that provides treatment, educational, management and consultative services to people with autism and related disorders across Canada.
For more information about autism and pervasive developmental disorders, please contact us at or by telephone at (403) 253-6961.
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Web site maintained by Jim Enns , CIS Computer Information Services.
Updated March 21, 2003.

73. MMR Links To 170 Cases Of Autism 1/28/01
Dr. Andrew Wakefield identified 170 cases of autism and bowel disease in children who had the tripledose injection.
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In the "majority" of cases parents had documentary evidence that their child's physical and mental decline had followed the vaccination The Department of Health says that the safety of MMR has been proven. The argument is untenable. It cannot be substantiated by the science. Tests have revealed time and time again that we are dealing with a new phenomenon . The Department of Health's contention that MMR has been proven to be safe by study after study after study just doesn't hold up. Frankly, it is not an honest appraisal of the science and it relegates the scientific issues to the bottom of the barrel in favour of winning a propaganda war.

74. Yale Child Study Center - Autism Group
The clinic is headed by Fred Volkmar, MD, and Ami Klin, Ph.D., two of the most respectedexperts in the field of autism, Asperger s Syndrome (AS), and other
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The Yale Developmental Disabilities Clinic offers comprehensive, multidisciplinary evaluations for children with social disabilities, usually focusing on the issues of diagnosis and intervention. The clinic is headed by Fred Volkmar, M.D., and Ami Klin, Ph.D., two of the most respected experts in the field of autism, Asperger's Syndrome (AS), and other Pervasive Developmental Disorders (PDDs). We are also conducting several large research projects on autism, AS, and other PDDs. The clinic is located in the Child Study Center at Yale University , in New Haven, CT.
Dr. Volkmar recently conducted an interview on NPR about Asperger's Syndrome. You can listen to the recording or purchasing a transcript or cd by visiting . On the NPR page, click on the link to archives and then type in Volkmar.
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  • Healthcare for Children on the Autism Spectrum: A Guide to Medical, Nutritional, and Behavioral Issues . Read more about it on our publications page.

75. Autism Research Unit HomepageBanner
The autism Research Unit. at the University of Sunderland. University ofSunderland logo. Contact information Address autism Research Unit.
The Autism Research Unit at the University of Sunderland
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Autism Research Unit University of Sunderland Sunderland SR1 3SD , UK Telephone: Fax: Email: Our telephone lines are regularly very busy. Anyone wishing to contact us is advised to contact us by either email or post. The web-pages included on this site remain the exclusive property of the Autism Research Unit and the University of Sunderland. They are freely available to view or print out for personal use only.
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Please note that some of these articles were written over 3 years ago. More recent findings may now be available in the research literature Published references Autism as a metabolic disorder The Sunderland Protocol: A logical sequence of interventions Urinary research ... On-line post dietary questionnaire *This questionnaire is not the same questionnaire as that used for the urinary testing service.
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Autism News Charter of rights for persons with autism US National Library of Medicines Database (PubMed) Ingenta Publications Searches ... Durham International Conferences on Autism Complete details of all the Durham conferences, speakers and presentations

76. The Autism Society Of Delaware
working to improve the lives of people with autism and those of their families through education, advocacy, and public awareness.
The "Drive" is coming... The United Way of Delaware
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Calendar ... Sponsors Our Mission: The Autism Society of Delaware is a chapter of the Autism Society of America. We are family members and friends of people with autism, and professionals who work in the autism field. Our mission is to improve the lives of people with autism and those of their families through education, advocacy, and public awareness, and to promote lifelong opportunity and acceptance for people with autism in their communities. We serve the entire state of Delaware. About Our Ribbon: The puzzle pattern on the ribbon reflects the mystery and complexity of autism. The different colors and shapes represent the diversity of people and families living with this disorder. The brightness of the ribbon signals hope - hope through research and in increasing awareness of people like you Purchase your Autism Awareness Lapel Pins Here!

77. The Autism Link Page

78. Autism Resources Child Development Services Information PDD Disorder Help Autism
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79. Autism Society Of Michigan
autism Society of Michigan, 6035 Executive Dr. Ste. 109 . Featured artwork wascreated by children and adults with autism. Click here to learn more.
6035 Executive Dr. Ste. 109 . Lansing, MI 48911 Featured artwork was created by children and adults with Autism. Click here to learn more The mission of the Autism Society of Michigan (ASM) is to assure full participation and self determination in every aspect of life for each individual. We will realize this vision by opening avenues of self advocacy and advocating on behalf of others in a way that values equity, respect, dignity and diversity in all communities. ASM is committed to empowering individuals with autism and their families by offering educational resources and materials, workshops, seminars and other services.
ASM advocates that "MAKING HUMAN CONNECTIONS" in a supportive, integrated community is a right of all persons.
Please feel free to explore our website; learn about autism , the programs and services offered by ASM and consider supporting our ongoing advocacy efforts by becoming a member Last Updated: Thursday, May 27, 2004 Website maintained by the Autism Society of Michigan.

80. Navigating The Social World - Autism Or Asperger's Syndrome - Jeanette McAfee
Curriculum for individuals with Asperger's Syndrome, High Functioning autism, and related disorders, by Dr. Jeanette McAfee, focuses on understanding emotion and communicating effectively.
Welcome to
Navigating the Social World!
This page is dedicated to Navigating the Social World, a new curriculum for individuals with Asperger's Syndrome, High Functioning Autism, and related disorders. The author, Dr. Jeanette McAfee, lays out a great program that helps parents and teachers help our kids understand emotion and communicate effectively. Navigating the Social World
McAfee, Jeanette M.D. This important new book offers a definitive program with forms, exercises, and guides for the student. It also presents significant educational guidance and supportive assistance to caregivers and teachers. SAMPLE PAGES: Table of Contents #1 Table of Contents #2 Table of Contents #3 Sample Page #1 ... Back Cover #1 Note: Due to the larger size of these images, your web browser may condense these images when viewed. To view the images full size, hold your cursor over the image until a square button appears in the lower right corner. Then simply click on it to expand the image to full size. Related Products:
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According to those who know me the best, I am someone who: sings in the kitchen, loves children and animals, is intense and focused (sometimes to a fault!) about subjects that are important to me, is slow to anger, likes a challenge, has a kooky sense of humor, and is determined to fix things that are wrong. So there you have it, right from the sources. For my part, I would add that I love to read, garden, hike, dance, and cross-country ski when I can.

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