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Asperger Syndrome: An Owner's Manual 2 (for Older Adolescents and Adults) What You, Your Parents and Friends, and Your Employer, Need to Know
Ellen S. Heller Korin
Cooking Program for Kids on the Spectrum
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Multimedia publication created for parents and educators of children with autism. Let's Cook! Life Skills for Kids on the Autism Spectrum
combines video, slides and downloadable visual aids in an entertaining and informative digital format that demonstrates how to help kids with autism learn an important life skill — cooking. It features structured, predictable activities that help support children on the spectrum to engage and communicate in a natural social situation.
In early 2006, 12-year-old Joshua Littman, who has Asperger's Syndrome, interviewed his mother, Sarah, at StoryCorps. Their one-of-a-kind conversation covered everything from cockroaches to Sarah's feelings about Joshua as a son is shown in this online video.
Students with Asperger Syndrome: A Guide for College Personnel
Lorraine E. Wolf, PhD, Jane Thierfeld Brown, EdD, Ruth Bork, MEd
An online resource and community for autism and Asperger's. Website was created by two teens with Asperger's syndrome. The site features forums, articles, and a variety of great resources.
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Autism is a complex disorder. Our Web site provides information and resources for families with a child with Autism. If you feel your child is experiencing behavior and/or symptoms that may be associated with Autistic Spectrum Disorders, please contact your pediatrician or a licensed physician. A comprehensive evaluation may be needed from a psychologist, neurologist, psychiatrist, speech therapist and other professionals.
The Autism Resource Center's referral and resource list is not an all-inclusive list and is subject to change. Each day the Autism Resource Center team will be adding new resources and building to our Web site. If you have trouble finding a referral within your area, we encourage you to call (312) 563-2272 for further information. We hope that you visit our Web site again for any future referrals.