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a diary of a mom - 0 views

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    Blog by mother of a child with autism. Thoughtful, insightful, wide-ranging.
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jess (@diaryofamom) | Twitter - 0 views

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    Mother of child with ASD tweets on life, education, communication. Lots of food for thought.
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Welcome to the SCERTS® Model website - 0 views

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    Barry Prizant, Amy Wetherby, and colleagues have a website full of information and resources. Evidence-based and experience-based approaches to autism.
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Look Me In The Eye - 1 views

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    John Elder Robison's blog addressing Asperger syndrome and ASD. Insightful. Links to his books and other resources.
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No real post today, so have a poem instead | Letters from Aspergia - 0 views

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    Google search poem written by woman with Asperger's syndrome who lives in Australia.
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Neurotypical: Feature Films | POV | PBS - 0 views

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    This video has been out a while. Interviews and personal takes on how autism effects them with quite capable folks diagnosed with ASD. Not representative of the range of folks with ASD that I have known or worked with, but a thoughtful take on a complex issue. Can't beat the price--free online viewing.
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'We're Losing Our Little Boy" - 0 views

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    Family's struggles in trying to get appropriate educational services for their son, who has autism.
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Website of Author, Advocate, Aspergian, John Elder Robison. - 0 views

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    John Elder Robison is an adult with Asperger's syndrome, who has authored 3 books, most recently "Raising Cubby" about his son, who also has Asperger's syndrome, and their relationship. In addition to being a successful author, Robison is a public speaker and autism consultant.
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Father and Son, Sharing Life With Asperger's - NYTimes.com - 0 views

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    Fascinating book review. Book Author is father with Asperger's syndrome writing about his son, who has Asperger's syndrome, and their relationship.
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