Future Horizons’ mission is to bring current, helpful information on Autism and Asperger's Syndrome to individuals, families and professionals. They became a leading publisher in the world of Autism/Asperger's primarily because the founder's son, Alex, was diagnosed with Autism. This event led him to write a charming book called, "Laughing and Loving with Autism," as he tried to show the world some of the positives and joys that a child with Autism can bring.
Social Skills Training Project: Books and Manuals is a fee for service company that utilizes a primarily cognitive-behavioral approach to teach social skills to children, adolescents, and adults who have social-communication difficulties. Their books are sold through the publisher, Future Horizons listed above. For more information on their books, visit their website above or send mail to Jed Baker, Ph.D., 29 Collinwood Road, Maplewood, New Jersey 07040 or send e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
This book is written by Eric Schopler (Editor), Gary B. Mesibov (Editor), Linda J. Kunce (Editor) from the TEACCH program of the Department of Psychology of the University of North Carolina, . They have written a book that is about Asperger Syndrome and how it compares with Hich Functioning Autism. Compiled research on the history, diagnosis, related conditions and treatment. The book also includes essays by people who have experienced autism in their personal lives. This book is available at Amazon.com
This book is edited by Uta Frith. This book provides the translation of the original Hans Asperger paper. This book is available at Amazon.com. UK visitors may order through Amazon.co.uk.
This book is by Patricia Howlin. This book discusses the nature, causes, and treatment of these syndromes. The book outlines therapies addressing language impairments, social deficits and behaviors and offers advice to parents on seeking treatment. This book is available at Amazon.com UK visitors may order through Amazon.co.uk.
This book is by DeAnn Hyatt-Foley & Matthew G. Foley. These two authors are parents of their son, Ryan, and they give their personal experience with raising Ryan and finding services for him. This book is available at Amazon.com
This book is by Ann Fullerton (Editor), Joyce Stratton, Phyllis Coyne, Carol Gray. This book is available at Amazon.com
This book is by Eric Schopler (Editor), Gary B. Mesibov (Editor) This book is available at Amazon.com
This book is by Ellyn Lucas Arwood, Ed. D. and Carole Kaulitz, M.Ed. This book gives knowledge about the learning systems characteristic of the ASD child helps individuals with ASd learn to behave, to perform academically , and to become socially competent. This book is available at Autism Asperger Publishing Company
This book is by Sandra R. Davalos. This book is available at Amazon.com
This book is by Sally Ozonoff, Geraldine Dawson, and James McPartland. This book is available at Amazon.com
This book is by Mitzi Waltz. This books is a wonderful resource. Highly recommended. This book is available at Amazon.com
This book is by Lisa Blakemore-Brown. This book is available at Amazon.com
by Judith Newman, a mother tells of her autistic son and how Siri, the Apple talking technology is helpful in unexpected ways as well as other memoirs. Read the excerpt from this engaging memoir at My Teenage Son Is on the Autism Spectrum—but He’s Determined to Hold a Job
This book is edited by Jean Kearns Miller. This is a collection of writings by women on the autism spectrum. The book offers up their stories, their perspectives and provides information that will help the rest of us understand, appreciate, and and respect these amazing women. This book is available at Amazon.com.
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