Parent Resources on Autism Online

The following list are a number of the websites that are good resources parents have passed along to me. I am still reading through each and every one of the sites, however, I admit that each one of them have had a tidbit of information that I have already tapped to get started.

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If you’re at the beginning or even in the middle of your journey with Autism, these resources might help you. If you have any other sites that you’d like to suggest that could be helpful to a parent who is trying to get a handle on the disorder and how to address it with diet, therapy and education, please send me your suggestions to my Contact Page.

Seven Online Links Listed Below

  1. The Autism Treatment Center of America
  2. Brain Balance Achievement Center
  3. Generation Rescue
  4. Autism Speaks
  5. Age of Autism
  6. Talk About Curing Autism – TACA
  7. We Connect Now

Books on Autism and Asperger’s

I have only scratched the surface on the number of books that are published by doctors, parents and patients that address Autism. There are hundreds of resources. These are just the first that I’ve begun to read. If you have any other suggestions please send me your comments by going to my Contact Page.

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Facing Autism Book Cover
Lynn Hamilton

Lynn Hamilton, Author

Facing Autism

LYNN M. HAMILTON and her husband, Roger, are the parents of two young children, Ryan and Victoria. Ryan was diagnosed with autism shortly before his third birthday, and as a result of intensive Applied Behavior Analysis therapy and his parents’ efforts to investigate many avenues of treatment, his life has been reclaimed from the confines of autism. Today, Lynn is a speaker who shares her family’s experiences with autism.

Temple Grandin

Temple Grandin

Thinking in Pictures by Temple Grandin

Temple Grandin was unable to talk at age three and was later diagnosed as autistic. Her parents sent her to private schools instead of placing her an institution. Her intellect flourished and she focused her adult career designing humane livestock facilities. She now has a PhD and several awards. In 2010, actress Claire Danes portrayed her in the film Temple Grandin.

Thinking in Pictures by Temple Grandin Book Cover