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Book - Embracing the Sky Poems beyond Disability

by: Craig Romkema

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Craig Romkema lives with his family in a log house in the Midwest. He types his poems on a computer, with physical support to stabilize his body. After graduating from high school with honors, Craig spent a year writing, and is now attending college part-time.

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Book - Employment for Individuals with Asperger Syndrome or Non-Verbal Learning Disability Stories and Strategies

by: Yvona Fast

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Yvona Fast lives in Lake Clear, New York. She has NLD and has worked as a librarian and missionary and is now a freelance writer. Her invited contributors are experts in their field.

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Book - Encouraging Appropriate Behavior for Children on the Autism Spectrum Frequently Asked Questions

by: Shira Richman

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Shir Richman is a behavior therapy consultant who attained her MA in psychology at New York University. She has worked extensively with children with autistic spectrum disorders, creating and supervising programs in applied behavior analysis.

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Book - Engaging Mirror Neurons to Inspire Connection and Social Emotional Development in Children and Teens on the Autism Spectrum Theory into Practice through Drama Therapy

by: Lee R. Chasen, Foreword by Robert J LandyForeword by Robert J Landy

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Lee R. Chasen, PhD, RDT, LCAT, is the Founding Director of Kid Esteem Inc., a non-profit organisation dedicated to the social and emotional vitality and empowerment of children, families, schools, and communities. His groundbreaking work at Kid Esteem Inc. has been featured in Newsday, The New York Times, News 12 television and syndicated radio stations across the USA. A drama therapist in private practice, Lee is based in Long Island, New York.
Robert J. Landy, Ph.D., is a Licensed Creative Arts Therapist (LCAT), a Registered Drama Therapist (RDT) and Board Certified Trainer (BCT). A pioneer in the profession of Drama Therapy, he lectures and trains professionals internationally. He Professor of Educational Theatre and Applied Psychology and Director of the Drama Therapy Program at New York University.

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Book - Everyday Activities to Help Your Young Child with Autism Live Life to the Full Simple Exercises to Boost Functional Skills, Sensory Processing, Coordination and Self-Care

by: Debra S. Jacobs and Dion E. Betts
Foreword by Carol A. Just

About the author:
Debra S. Jacobs is an occupational therapist in private practice and also at Tucson Unified School District, USA.
Dion E. Betts, Ed.D., is Superintendent of Schools, Boyertown Area School District, USA.

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Book - Everyday Education Visual Support for Children with Autism

by: Pernille Dyrbjerg and Maria Vedel
Foreword by Lennart Pedersen

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Pernille Dyrbjerg is the mother of Dicte, who has been diagnosed with infantile autism. She is a teacher at a specialist school for autistic children in the Copenhagen area.

Maria Vedel is a hearing and speech therapist. She has worked for a number of years as an adviser for parents with autistic children and with professionals who work with autistic children.

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Book - Everyday Heaven Journeys Beyond the Stereotypes of Autism

by: Donna Williams

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Donna Williams was born in Australia in 1963. She was assessed at age two as psychotic, labelled disturbed and tested for deafness throughout childhood before being diagnosed as autistic in 1990. Today she is an internationally best-selling author with nine published books, an artist, singer-songwriter and emerging screenwriter. One of the most well-known people with autism in the world, Donna is a renowned international public speaker, a qualified teacher and has worked as an autism consultant since 1995.

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Book - Executive Function “Dysfunction” – Strategies for Educators and Parents

by: Rebecca A. Moyes

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Rebecca Moyes is a former teacher, and today works as an educational consultant for children with autism spectrum conditions. Her oldest child has Asperger Syndrome.

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Book - Exploring Bullying with Adults with Autism and Asperger Syndrome A Photocopiable Workbook

by: Anna Tickle and Bettina Stott

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Anna Tickle Clin Psy D is a clinical psychologist. She became interested in autism and Asperger Syndrome shortly after she began her doctorate and volunteered at 'Aspire' - a National Autistic Society group for adults with Asperger Syndrome.

Bettina Stott is currently studying towards her MA in Autism at Sheffield Hallam University. She has worked predominantly in the areas of autism and Asperger Syndrome for many years and currently works in the development of accessible and user-friendly services for individuals with Asperger Syndrome.

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Book - Exploring Feelings for Young Children with High-Functioning Autism or Asperger’s Disorder The STAMP Treatment Manual

by: Angela Scarpa, Anthony Wells and Tony Attwood

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Angela Scarpa, PhD, is an associate professor of psychology at Virginia Tech, a licensed clinical psychologist, and Founder and Co-Director of the Virginia Tech Autism Clinic. Before joining the Virginia Tech faculty, she held faculty positions at Eastern Washington University and the University of Georgia. She conducts research and treatment related to the mental health of children, adolescents, and young adults, with a focus on autism spectrum disorders, as well as disruptive behaviour problems. She has published widely in academic journals, presents at scientific and community meetings, and chairs the New River Valley Autism Action Group.

Anthony Wells, PhD, is an adjunct professor at Virginia Western Community College, and an outpatient clinician based in Roanoke, Virginia. He received his PhD in Psychology from Virginia Tech in 2010. His work focussed on the role of social support in emotion regulation. During his time at Virginia Tech, he served as one of the first therapists for the STAMP program and was closely involved in its development.

Tony Attwood, PhD, is a clinical psychologist from Brisbane, Australia, with over 30 years of experience with individuals with autism spectrum disorders. He is currently adjunct Professor at Griffith University in Queensland.

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Book - Exploring Feelings: Cognitive Behavior Therapy to Manage ANGER

by: Dr. Tony Attwood

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A clinical psychologist from Brisbane, Australia, Dr. Tony Attwood has over thirty years of experience with individuals with autism, Asperger's Syndrome, and Pervasive Developmental Disorder (PDD). He has worked with several thousand individuals, from infants to octogenarians, from profoundly disabled persons to university professors. Dr. Attwood works in private practice in Brisbane, but is also adjunct professor at Griffith University, Queensland. He presents workshops and training courses for parents, professionals, and individuals with autism all over the world. In addition, he is a prolific author of scientific papers and books. His books and videos on Asperger's Syndrome and high-functioning autism are recognized as the best offerings in the field. Over 300,000 of his book Asperger's Syndrome: A Guide for Parents and Professionals have been sold, and it has been translated into twenty languages.

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Book - Exploring Friendships, Puberty and Relationships A Programme to Help Children and Young People on the Autism Spectrum to Cope with the Challenges of Adolescence

by: Kate Ripley

About the author:
Kate Ripley is County Senior Specialist Educational Psychologist for Autistic Spectrum Disorders for the Children's Services Department of Hampshire County Council. She lives in Hampshire UK.

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Book - Exposure Anxiety – The Invisible Cage An Exploration of Self-Protection Responses in the Autism Spectrum and Beyond

by: Donna Williams

About the author:
Donna Williams was born in Australia in 1963. She was assessed at age two as psychotic, labelled disturbed and tested for deafness throughout childhood before being diagnosed as autistic in 1990. Today she is an internationally best-selling author with nine published books, an artist, singer-songwriter and emerging screenwriter. One of the most well-known people with autism in the world, Donna is a renowned international public speaker, a qualified teacher and has worked as an autism consultant since 1995.

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Book - Families of Adults with Autism Stories and Advice for the Next Generation

by: Edited by Jane Johnson and Anne Van Rensselaer
Foreword by Stephen Edelson, Autism Research Institute, San Diego

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Jane Johnson is Co-Managing Director of the Board of Directors of Thoughtful House Center for Children in Austin, Texas, and a member of the Board of Directors of the Autism Research Institute. She is the co-author, with Bryan Jepson, MD, of Changing the Course of Autism: A Scientific Approach for Parents and Physicians. She lives in New York City with her husband and three children.

Anne Van Rensselaer has worked as a freelance editor and as a book packager with Jane Lahr Enterprises in New York, and has also worked for 25 years with alcoholics in recovery. Her true calling in life was to be a grandmother of three.

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Book - Fathering Your Special Child A Book for Fathers or Carers of Children Diagnosed with Asperger Syndrome

by: Josie Santomauro

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Josie Santomauro is a full-time writer living in Brisbane, Australia. Her son, Damian, was diagnosed with Asperger Syndrome at the age of five. Josie has written several books on AS, as well as numerous fiction books for children and young adults under the name Josie Montano. She regularly gives seminars and talks on AS, and in 2009 was awarded the Parent/Carer Award in recognition of outstanding achievement by Autism Queensland Australia.

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Book - Finding a Different Kind of Normal Misadventures with Asperger Syndrome

by: Jeanette Purkis, Foreword by Donna Williams

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Jeanette Purkis is an artist who has Asperger Syndrome. She has a masters degree in Art and owns a small business.

Donna Williams was born in Australia in 1963. She was assessed at age two as psychotic, labelled disturbed and tested for deafness throughout childhood before being diagnosed as autistic in 1990. Today she is an internationally best-selling author with nine published books, an artist, singer-songwriter and emerging screenwriter. One of the most well-known people with autism in the world, Donna is a renowned international public speaker, a qualified teacher and has worked as an autism consultant since 1995.

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Book - Finding Out About Asperger Syndrome, High-Functioning Autism and PDD

by: Gunilla Gerland

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Gunilla Gerland is 34 and has always brushed her teeth twice a day. But every time she has to think about what she is doing. It has never become automatic - every contact with the toothbrush is like her first.

Gunilla is autistic, although this is hard to imagine when one starts talking to her. She writes, lectures, travels, and has good friends. But her problems, though subtle, become more apparent as the conversation continues. "Skills that others take for granted, like brushing your teeth, will never come naturally to me. I would never be able to drive a car - I wouldn't even try to learn. And if I am speaking on the phone, I find it very hard to understand the person if there is any noise in the background" she says.

She has many professional friends from the field of autism but relationships don't come easy either: "I feel I need to be appreciated and useful, though I'm not sure I can distinguish between that and being loved. I don't think I need to actually feel loved".

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Book - Finding You Finding Me Using Intensive Interaction to get in touch with people whose severe learning disabilities are combined with autistic spectrum disorder

by: Phoebe Caldwell

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Phoebe Caldwell has worked for over 35 years as a practitioner with children and adults with autism and people whose severe learning disabilities are linked with behavioural distress. She was a Rowntree Research Fellow for four years, trains management, therapists, practitioners, parents and carers in her successful approach to Intensive Interaction. She is employed by the NHS Social Services and Community and Education Services to work with difficult-to-provide-for individuals. In 2009 she was awarded the Times/Sternberg Award for pioneering autism treatment and is soon to be awarded a DSc by the University of Bristol.

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Book - Finding Your Own Way to Grieve A Creative Activity Workbook for Kids and Teens on the Autism Spectrum

by: Karla Helbert

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Karla Helbert is a licensed professional counselor (LPC) and has been working as a therapist since 2000. She operates a private psychotherapy practice with a focus on loss, grief and bereavement and specializes in therapy for people with autism spectrum disorders. Prior to opening her private practice, Karla worked for 13 years for a private non-profit organisation serving children, adolescents and adults with autism. She also facilitates bereavement support groups for local hospices and for the MISS Foundation, an international non-profit helping families grieving the death of a child. As a bereaved mother and a trained therapist, she has a deep personal, as well as clinical, understanding of the difficult issues facing those grieving the deaths of loved ones.

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Book - First Steps in Intervention with Your Child with Autism Frameworks for Communication

by: Phil Christie, Elizabeth Newson, Wendy Prevezer and Susie Chandler

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Phil Christie is Director of Sutherland House Children's Services, run by autism charity NORSACA (www.norsaca.org.uk), and leads a team of Consultant Child Psychologists at the Elizabeth Newson Centre. The centre carries out training and research activities and has particular expertise in PDA. He is also Associate Editor of 'Good Autism Practice', and became Chair of the Advisory Council of the Autism Education Trust in 2009.

Elizabeth Newson was joint director of the Child Development Research Unit at Nottingham University with her husband John, until she was made Emeritus Professor on her retirement in 1994. She was awarded the OBE for services to children on the autistic spectrum in 1999.

Wendy Prevezer, formerly a speech and language therapist, has worked with children on the autism spectrum as a Music Specialist at Sutherland House School since 1986, using and developing the Musical Interaction approach.

Susie Chandler is a research psychologist now based at the Institute of Child Health and Guy's Hospital, London where she continues to carry out research into the identification and treatment of autism spectrum conditions, through screening and early intervention studies.

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