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Book - A Freshman Survival Guide for College Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders The Stuff Nobody Tells You About!

by: Haley Moss, Foreword by Susan J. Moreno

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Haley Moss is a 19-year-old student with High-Functioning Autism. She has recently completed her Freshman year at University of Florida where she is pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and a Bachelor of Arts in Criminology. She is also taking a minor in Disabilities in Society. Haley is the author of Middle School: The Stuff Nobody Tells You About, she is a keen advocate for autism, and she is a frequent speaker at autism events. She has won numerous awards including a Hope for Children "Teen Hero Award" and she was named one of the University of Florida's "Gators of Tomorrow - Top 25 Freshman Leaders". She is also a talented artist.
Susan Moreno is the founder and president of MAAP Services, Inc., a non-profit organization that provides information and advice to parents, teachers and healthcare professionals about all aspects of autism. She is the editor of The MAAP, a newsletter for families of more advanced individuals within the autism spectrum of disorders. She holds a Master's degree in Applied Behavioral Science from Valparaiso University in Indiana and is internationally known as a lecturer and motivational speaker.

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Book - Addressing the Unproductive Classroom Behaviours of Students with Special Needs

by: Steve Chinn

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Dr Steve Chinn is an independent researcher, writer and lecturer based in Gloucestershire, UK. Steve founded Mark College - a school for dyslexic pupils. The College held Beacon School status was the first school to receive the Independent Schools Association's Award for Excellence. Steve has written several books and articles on learning difficulties and a diagnostic test of thinking styles.

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Book - Alphabet Kids – From ADD to Zellweger Syndrome A Guide to Developmental, Neurobiological and Psychological Disorders for Parents and Professionals

by: Robbie Woliver

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Robbie Woliver is a New York Times bestselling author and an award-winning journalist and editor who was a columnist for Newsday, senior editor at Village Voice's suburban edition, writer for The New York Times and editor-in-chief of the Long Island Press, where he also helmed the newspaper's award-winning series "Our Children's Brains." He is the author of several books: Wyoming & March, Bringing It All Back Home, Hoot!, Creation and If I Knew Then, which won the 2005 Independent Publisher Book Awards for "Outstanding Book of the Year" and "Most Inspirational to Youth." In 2009, he was the recipient of the Casey Medal for Meritorious Journalism, and Alphabet Kids garnered him another Independent Publisher Book Award. He lives in New York with his wife, Marilyn, son, Cory, and daughter, Emma.

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Book - An Exceptional Children’s Guide to Touch Teaching Social and Physical Boundaries to Kids

by: Hunter Manasco
Illustrated by Katharine Manasco

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Hunter Manasco Ph.D. is an assistant professor in the department of speech-language pathology at Misericordia University. He specializes in treating autism and neurological disorders in pediatric and adult populations and has extensive professional experience of working with children with special needs in schools, hospitals and university clinics.

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Book - Anger Management An Anger Management Training Package for Individuals with Disabilities

by: Hrepsime Gulbenkoglu and Nick Hagiliassis

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Hrepsime Gulbenkoglu is a psychologist with 22 years' experience in the physical and multiple disabilities area. She has a B.A and postgraduate qualification in Psychology from the University of Istanbul, Turkey. She as worked with children and adults with disabilities and their families in Australia and overseas providing psychological assessment, behavioural intervention and counselling services. She works as a senior clinician with the Statewide Specialist Services team with Scope (Vic.) Ltd. providing external consultancies, direct services and training.

Nick Hagiliassis is a psychologist with eight years' experience in the disability field. He completed a BSc and an MPsych at Monash University, Melbourne, Australia, and currently works as the Discipline Specific Advisor (Psychology) with the Statewide Specialist Services team with Scope (Vic.) Ltd., and also provides direct services to children and adults with disabilities and their families. Nick's clinical and research interests are in the areas of psychological assessment and learning disabilities.

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Book - AutiPower! Successful Living and Working with an Autism Spectrum Disorder

by: Herman Jansen and Betty Rombout

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Herman Jansen studied Biology at Wageningen University and Scientific Journalism at Radboud University Nijmegen in The Netherlands. In 2003 he founded Pepijn Publishing House through which he has written and published a number of books on autism and ADHD including Autisme in het nest (Autism in the Nest) and Succes met je ADHD (Good luck with your ADHD). He lives in Eindhoven, The Netherlands.

Betty Rombout began her career in 1986 as a group supervisor of mentally impaired individuals in a large institution. After four intensive years she changed course and began working in PR, marketing and project management. As writing and healthcare are her passions, in 2004 she decided to start her own business and her writing agency B-Write was born. Since then, Betty has been writing for various media in the healthcare sector. She lives in Mauron, France.

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Book - Autism, Asperger Syndrome and Pervasive Developmental Disorder An Altered Perspective

by: Barbara Quinn and Anthony Malone

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Barbara Quinn is a Nurse Clinician at Capital Care Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics. She has a graduate degree in Educational Psychology. In her capacity as a Developmental Specialist and Educational Consultant she has worked with many children and families on the autism spectrum.

Anthony Malone is Clinical Associate Professor at Albany Medical College and Developmental Pediatrician. He has spent his career helping families understand developmental disabilities and get appropriate supports. He also has an active private pediatric practice and cares for many children with special needs.

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Book - Been There. Done That. Try This! An Aspie’s Guide to Life on Earth

by: Edited by Tony Attwood, Craig R. Evans and Anita Lesko

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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.

Craig R. Evans is stepfather to a son with Asperger's Syndrome and is the founder of the online autism community Autism Hangout. He lives in Rosemount, Minnesota.

Anita Lesko received an MSc in Anesthesia from Columbia University and works full time as an anesthesiologist. She was diagnosed with Asperger's Syndrome at the age of 50 and she runs an Asperger's Support Group in her community. She is the author of Asperger Syndrome: When Life Hands you Lemons. She lives in Pensacola, Florida.

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Book - Bereavement, Loss and Learning Disabilities A Guide for Professionals and Carers

by: Robin Grey

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Robin Grey is a counsellor and psychotherapist working with adults with learning disabilities, and people with disabilities and long term health conditions. Robin has supported adults with learning disabilities in day care, residential and college settings for over 20 years.

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Book - Building a Joyful Life with your Child who has Special Needs

by: Nancy J. Whiteman and Linda Roan-Yager

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Nancy J. Whiteman and Linda Roan-Yager are co-founders and Presidents of Shifting View Inc., an organisation set up to provide inspiration, support, and practical strategies for parents of children with special needs. They are both parents of children with special needs.

Nancy J. Whiteman and Linda Roan-Yager are co-founders and Presidents of Shifting View Inc., an organisation set up to provide inspiration, support, and practical strategies for parents of children with special needs. They are both parents of children with special needs.

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Book - Caged in Chaos A Dyspraxic Guide to Breaking Free

by: Victoria Biggs, Foreword by Jo Todd

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Victoria Biggs is sixteen years old and has just passed her AS levels. Her writing skills have earned her a place in the National Academy for Gifted and Talented Youth.

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Book - Common SENse for the Inclusive Classroom How Teachers Can Maximise Existing Skills to Support Special Educational Needs

by: Richard Hanks

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Richard Hanks, M. Ed has extensive experience of working with children with special needs, and was Headteacher of two schools in Avon and Hampshire before moving on to become Head of Learning Support at a school near Bath. He is currently a member of the Independent Monitoring Board of a Young Offenders' Institute and of the Members' Council of Somerset Partnership NHS Foundation Trust.

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Book - Communicating Partners 30 Years of Building Responsive Relationships with Late Talking Children including Autism, Asperger’s Syndrome (ASD), Down Syndrome, and Typical Devel

by: James D. MacDonald

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James D. MacDonald, Ph.D was Professor of Speech and Language Pathology and Developmental Disabilities at Ohio State University. He has written six books and over fifty professional papers on communication development. He currently directs the Communicating Partners Center which provides family therapy, continuing education workshops, school consultations, and an international information network through an internet group.

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Book - Concepts of Normality The Autistic and Typical Spectrum

by: Wendy Lawson
Foreword by Lucy Clark

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Dr Wendy Lawson, a psychologist, qualified counsellor and social worker has operated her own private practice for many years. Wendy was awarded fourth place as 'Victorian Australian of the year' in 2008. Originally diagnosed as being intellectually disabled, then in her teens as being schizophrenic, and finally in 1994, Wendy was diagnosed as being on the autism spectrum. The mother of four children, Wendy has been married, separated and divorced, has experienced the death of one of her teenage sons, lost friends and status due to being openly gay, faced ill health and recently is coming to terms with the fact that she is aging! Wendy's youngest son is also on the autism spectrum.

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Book - Count Me In! Ideas for Actively Engaging Students in Inclusive Classrooms

by: Richard Rose and Michael Shevlin
Foreword by Paul Cooper

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Richard Rose is Professor of Special and Inclusive Education at the University of Northampton, UK.

Michael Shevlin is Senior Lecturer in Inclusive Education at Trinity College Dublin in the Republic of Ireland. Richard Rose and Michael have worked together for several years on projects to encourage young people from marginalized groups to voice their opinions and experiences of education. They are currently engaged on Project IRIS (Inclusive Research in Irish Schools), a longitudinal study into special needs provision in Ireland.

Paul Cooper is Professor of Education at the School of Education, University of Leicester, UK. Paul is also Co-chair of ENSEC, and the ENSEC representative at the European Centre for Educational Resilience and Socio-Emotional Health, University of Malta.

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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 - 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 - 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

About the author:
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 - 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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