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Helpful Website Resources Indiana Resource Center for Autism home page. www.teacch.

com information on structured teaching, resources and training some free resources on this one Linda Hodgsons Visual Strategies website books that give examples of making groups meaningful sells visually structured tasks for concrete learners Different Roads of Learning sells ed resources to use with children with autism can purchase pre-printed activities to mount in file folders to teach basic concepts like shape and color up to grade 3 Carol Grays organization where you can purchase many resources including books on social stories website selling many resources for teaching social interaction skills including worksheets and a social curriculum video modeling iphone app to make it an assistive tech. # fitting in and having fun manners for the real world great website to find social narratives Guidelines for Speech Language Pathologist in Diagnosis, Assessment, and Treatment of Autism Spectrum Disorders Across the Life Span The Collective Outcomes of School-Based Social Skill Interventions for Children on Autism Spectrum- Dr. Scott Bellini graphic organizer website with other great printables will print graphic organizers by categories, presentation and language. Houghton Mifflin Harcourts Education Place website provides over 30 graphic organizers Teacher vision The Graphic Organizer Schools of California online Resources for Education (SCORE) National Professional Development Center on Autism National Autism Center

Helpful Links to Educational Programming Articles: Autism Awareness Month: Facts and Tips for Working with Students on the Autism Spectrum Reframing Our Thinking and Getting to Know the Child

Helpful Links to IRCA Articles on Behavior A Challenge to Reframe our Thinking About Behavior Movement Difference: A Closer Look at the Possibilities Reframing Our Thinking and Getting to Know the Child

Further Resources and Reading The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime by Mark Haddon (2003)- short novel written from the perspective of the child with autism. TEACCH Preschool Curriculum Guide by Susan Boswell practical guide of areas to be covered including data sheets Lets Get Started by Susan Boswell - photographs and some text describing visually structured teaching activities from TEACCH Demonstration Preschool teaching specific concepts such as finished. Aspergers: What Does it Mean to Me? By Catherine Faherty (2000) workbook with sections for child and parent/teacher looking at many areas including understanding other people Preparing for Life: The complete guide to transitioning to adulthood for those with Autism and Asperger Syndrome. By Jed Baker (2005) Practical exercises and skill development for high schoolers and young adults.