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  1. The TEACCH Approach to Autism Spectrum Disorders (Issues in Clinical Child Psychology) by Gary B. Mesibov, Victoria Shea, et all 2004-12-07
  2. My Friend Has Autism (Friends With Disabilities) by Amanda Doering Tourville, 2010-01-01

141. MAAP Services - The Autism Source - A Global Information And Support Network
A nonprofit organization dedicated to providing information and advice to familiesof persons with Asperger s Syndrome, HighFunctioning autism and Pervasive
Stanford Child and Adolescent Psychiatry-Autism and Asperger Research Reports
MAAP Services for the Autism and Asperger Syndrome is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing information and advice to families of More advanced individuals with Autism, Asperger's syndrome, and Pervasive developmental disorder (PDD). New! We are now an affiliate of
Autism Asperger Publishing Company and Future Horizons, Inc.
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Autism Source Home Find It at MAAP News from MAAP ... Donate Now (c) 2003 MAAP Service, Inc. Email:

142. PlaySteps® Autism Teaching Materials, Special Needs Resources
Use sequenced illustrations to teach constructive play to young children with autism or special needs. ABA teaching program available to download.

143. The Child With Autism - AACAP Facts For Families # 11
THE CHILD WITH autism. No. 11, (Updated 4/99). Most infants These arecharacteristics of a developmental disorder called autism. autism is
T HE C HILD WITH A UTISM No. 11 (Updated 4/99) M ost infants and young children are very social creatures who need and want contact with others to thrive and grow. They smile, cuddle, laugh, and respond eagerly to games like "peek-a-boo" or hide-and-seek. Occasionally, however, a child does not interact in this expected manner. Instead, the child seems to exist in his or her own world, a place characterized by repetitive routines, odd and peculiar behaviors, problems in communication, and a total lack of social awareness or interest in others. These are characteristics of a developmental disorder called autism. Autism is usually identified by the time a child is 30 months old and always by three years of age. It is often discovered when parents become concerned that their child may be deaf, is not yet talking, resists cuddling, and avoids interaction with others. A preschool age child with "classic" autism is generally withdrawn, aloof, and fails to respond to other people. Many of these children will not even make eye contact. They may also engage in odd or ritualistic behaviors like rocking, hand waving, or an obsessive need to maintain order. Many children with autism do not speak at all. Those who do may speak in rhyme, have echolalia (repeating a person’s words like an echo), refer to themselves as a "he" or "she," or use peculiar language.

144. Essex Autistic Society - Support For People Affected By Autism Throughout Essex
Promotes the welfare, education, treatment and care of people with autism, and supports families, friends and carers. Includes information about autism and their services.
The Essex Autistic Society
Welcome to our Website
A Way Forward for People with Autism

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145. Autism: An Overview And Theories On Its Causes
This section discusses in detail the many theories of the causes of autismin light of recent research. Written What is autism? autism
Written and Maintained by Lewis Mehl-Madrona, M.D., Ph.D.
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Home Page
Autism Autism Autism Autism [Color codes: blue = accessible page; light grey = page you are on; dark grey = under construction] What is autism? Autism is a developmental delay that includes symptoms such as speech difficulties, lack of eye contact, isolation and no fear of danger. Autistic children act and sound like much younger children. What causes autism specifically is not known. Some experts believe there are bio-chemical reasons for autism; others suspect that it is a psychiatric disorder. Some believe that a combination of the wrong foods and too many antibiotics and environmental toxins can damage the colon and lead to physical and behavioral problems, including autism. The behavioral syndrome of autism includes abnormalities of language and thinking skills; repetitive behavior such as rocking; abnormal responses to sensations, people, events and objects; and self-injurious behavior. New Note: Before going on to explore this in-depth section concerning the theories of autism, you may want to read a summary overview article by Dr. Lewis Mehl-Madrona

146. Potty Training Children With Special Needs
Learn about potty training children with special needs, such as autism and down syndrome, including signs of readiness and how to avoid resistance.
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147. Autism
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  • individuella scheman och arbeta strukturerat.
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Pedagogisk handledning och PEP - R PEP- R Psycho Educational Profile TEACCH Treatment and Eduacation of Autistic and Related Communication Handicapped Children
  • imitation ( perception ( finmotorik grovmotorik icke-verbal kognition ( verbal kognition ( hur mycket A kan uttrycka sig verbalt eller med gester etc
TEACCH Summering LSS till insatser.
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    148. CSAAC 751 Twinbrook Parkway Rockville
    A Maryland based nonfor-profit organization that offers services ranging from early intervention to vocational training programs for people affected by autism Spectrum Disorder.
    751 Twinbrook Parkway
    Rockville, MD 20851
    Fax: Email: TTY For Disabled: Maryland Relay Service 1-800-735-2258
    About Us
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    Your Comments
    Early Intervention
    School ... Supported Employment AUTISM INFORMATION Autism Definition Bookstore Links Publications ... House Hearing on March 6, 2004 2PM Read Current Alert MORE INFORMATION CSAAC Community Newsletter Winter 2004 CSAAC Employment Application: Click here UPCOMING EVENTS Next Board of Directors Meetings: June 14, 2004 I.E.I. PTO Meeting May 26, 2004 6:30PM at Brookeville Campus CSM PTA Meeting June 3, 2004 6:30PM at Brookeville Campus Parent Meeting To be Announced Thank you to all who have supported CSAAC programs and services throughout the year! Notice of Privacy Practices Public Disclosures Autism is a severely incapacitating, lifelong developmental disability which typically appears during the first three years of life. It occurs in app roximately 2 to 6 per 1,000 births and is four times more prevalent in males than females. It occurs throughout the world in families of all racial, ethnic, and social backgrounds. Factors in the psychological environments of a child have not been found to cause autism. There are several causes with distinct neurological effects, including untreated phenylketonuria, rubella, celiac disease, and chemical exposure in pregnancy.

    149. Welcome To Access Autism Website Of The IRCA

    150. COLE, Inc.
    Provides services to afford children diagnosed on the autism spectrum opportunities to integrate with both school and the community.
    C ommunity O utreach L earning E xperiences, Inc.
    By combining a broad knowledge base of current behavioral intervention, educational and learning styles theories and medical interventions COLE, Inc. hopes to address the individual needs of each child it serves. One on one center based therapy sessions allow a gradual transition from home based therapy to community based education. Generalization of skills is encouraged by transitioning home training to an outside agency. The combination of Floor Time, highly interactive play, and , Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA), reward based positive reinforcement , we capitalize on innate interests of the child while reaching, maintaining and expanding attention and social interaction. Cases of children diagnosed on the Autism Spectrum have increased dramatically over the last 5 years. COLE, Inc. is a dynamic group interested in addressing the individual needs of families and school systems. If you have searched for a special service - ask us - if we possess the expertise necessary to offer the service to meet your need - we will.
    Our Mission
    COLE was formed to afford children diagnosed on the Autism Spectrum opportunities to integrate with both school and the community. The belief that all children can learn guides our company to design programs allowing children to learn by participating.

    151. Ray's Autism Page
    Welcome to Ray s autism Page. Table Of Contents. Information or of autisticsGetting to know about autism from an Insider s view.
    Welcome to Ray's Autism Page
    This page is a parents perspective, I'm not an expert and this is mostly my opinion much of which is based on my experience and the experiences of those I've known. There may be professionals who will disagree with me, and there may be other parents who would not agree with me. I think we all still have a right to our opinions so long as they do not hurt others. The pages are not intended to tell you what to do, they are merely here to provide a point of view in you deciding for yourself what is appropriate in your situation. If you have been here already, you will have gone through this process and already formed your own thoughts and opinions. And in a way this page is not intended for you except to examine another's experiences and thoughts. My intention is more to bring information about autism to those who may not have known and are seeking out information or curious. It is also intended for those who have just received a diagnosis and are trying to figure out the next steps or to find someone who has gone through the same. I do think people need to recognize autism is not just one thing! It is many and different things to different people. One person's autism is not the same as anothers, and this does not take an experts opinion to prove, merely look at a grouping of autistics and the differences will be clear. If not then you are looking at a group that have already been classified and been separated out into one subtype already and you are only seeing a narrow view of what autistics can seem like.

    152. Boone's Art
    Boone is a graphic artist with autism, born June 19, 1997. He designs clocks and computer wallpapers.
    Boone's Art Pages
    The truly creative mind in any field is nothing more than this:
    A human creature born abnormally, inhumanly sensitive.
    To him ...
    A touch is a blow, a sound is a noise, a misfortune is a tragedy
    a joy is an ecstasy, a friend is a lover, a lover is a god,
    and failure is death.
    Add to this cruelly delicate organism the overpowering necessity
    to create, create, create
    so that without the creating of music or poetry or books or buildings or something of meaning
    his very breath is cut off from him. He must create, must pour out creation. By some strange inward urgency, he is not really alive unless he is creating. Pearl S. Buck 10/03/03 04:13:19 AM Boone is a 5-year-old graphic artist. He designs clocks, maps and wallpaper. Boone started drawing clocks at age three. If you came here looking for clipart, sorry. This is NOT a clipart page. Click on any graphic for the full size image Announcements Click here to see Boone's profile,

    153. Autism Picture Page
    autism Picture Page. Surviving and Thriving with autism. autism Autistic HFA Aspergerphotos Click here to enter http//
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    Surviving and Thriving with autism.
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    154. Academic Guidance Services
    A skilltraining approach to evaluate and treat ADD/ADHD, behavior and learning disorders, autism, also IEP development and analysis.
    Academic Guidance Services is the oldest psycho-educational agency in Southern California.
    We provide no-nonsense, pragmatic evaluation and skill-based (non-drug) evaluation and treatment for ADD, ADHD, dyslexia,oppositional behavior and autism, plus IEP analysis and individual tutoring and credit courses. About us ACADEMIC GUIDANCE SERVICES y ears Our Services:

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    Focusing Therapy for ADD/ADHD
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    ... Send Us An E-Mail/ We Do Distant Consult We provide telephone (310-435-1129 or 949-833-9444) or e-mail ( consultation. 6399 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite515, Los Angeles, CA 90048 A.G.S.

    155. Autism And Learning Disability Child Education
    FREE picture cards and print activities for autism,fetal alcohol syndrome and learning disabilities.
    Games, songs, communication cards, print resources, and information for special needs
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    $29.95/yr clap Picture Cards , 350 most requested in 3 sizes, with Instructions Two Mothers look at life after Autism Fire and Street Crossing animated songs Special learning Games Drawing with simple sequences Visual help with page reading order All site material listed at Site Resources Please read our site Make-A-Schedule now comes in multiple languages, or make up your own language for our images with our easy language editor. Easily share your language with others.

    156. Camp Winston For Children With Tourette
    Offers residential recreational summer programs for campers with complex neurological disorders such as Tourette Syndrome, ADD/ADHD, learning disabilities, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Anxiety Disorder, autism, and other PDD spectrum disorders. Located on Sparrow Lake in the Muskoka Region of Ontario, Canda.
    Camp Winston operates a residential recreational summer programme for campers with complex neurological disorders such as Tourette Syndrome, Attention Deficit (Hyperactivity) Disorder, Learning Disabilities, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Anxiety Disorder, Autism and other PDD Spectrum Disorders.
    We also provides Behaviour Management and Skills Workshops and weekend retreats. Home Page Our Organization Our Summer Camp Camp Waiting List ... Links search this website:
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    autism Society of Newfoundland and LabradorThe Parent Support Group The Parent Support Group meets on the firstThursday of each month at 730 at the autism Society Office.

    158. Main Index Frame Page
    Support groups for parents, providing information on autism, lobbying for the rights of people with the condition, and providing services for people with autism.
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    159. Secretin And Autism
    Information about secretin as a treatment for autism and autistic spectrum disorders.autism and Secretin. John Wills Lloyd. San Diego autism Research Institute.
    Autism and Secretin
    John Wills Lloyd
    University of Virginia
    Curry School of Education
    Updated: 13-June-2001;
    Previous substantive update: 28-Sep-98 12:21:41 EDT
    Additional links added 18-October-98 and 28-October-98
    Last update: Tuesday, 14-May-2002 09:02:58 EDT Secretin is a neurotransmitter (a chemical messenger) in the neuropeptide group. It is one of the hormones that controls digestion (gastrin and cholecystokinin [CCK] are the others). It is a polypeptide composed of 27 amino acids and is secreted by cells in the digestive system when the stomach empties. Secretin stimulates
  • the pancreas to emit digestive fluids that are rich in bicarbonate which neutralizes the acidity of the intestines,
  • the stomach to produce pepsin (an enzyme that aids digestion of protein), and
  • the liver to produce bile. Secretin receptors are coded on human chromosome 2. The US National Institute of Health maintains the Online Mendelian Inheritance in Man (sic!) database that includes an entry on secretin . NIH also has UniGene data base and the IL Weizman Center's GeneCard database has entries about relevant genes , including Hs.767, Hs.2681, and especially
  • 160. AUTISM...Information Written For Law Enforcement Officers
    Questions and answers.
    How will I recognize a person with autism? The answer depends upon the degree of severity an individual is affected within the broad spectrum of the disorder. Further, it depends upon whether an individual is affected by disorders or disease other than autism. a) You may encounter, or have encountered, someone with autism and be unable to detect any immediately visible characteristics. The individual, or someone familiar with the individual, would have to make you aware. b) You may recognize one or more of the behavioral characteristics described in our presentation material. i) Non-verbal, limited range of speech, echolalic speech, rambling speech, non-focused speech et al ii) unusual or repetitive physical actions iii) difficulty in expressing needs, may use gestures iv) Spins objects or self, rocks, paces or exhibits other nervous like behaviors v) inappropriate response, no response to sound or verbal communication c) By information on file with 911 facility if individual has been registered through a program established by our Autism Society Chapter.

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