Homeschooling Children With Special Needs Links
Home Education for Gifted Children
Autism, ADHD, Specific Disabilities and Learning Difficulties Information
- A list of digital teaching aids
- A thorought article, Sleep and Autism provides useful information as well as links to further reading about sleeping difficulties
- Although aimed at a US audience this guide to navigating learning disabilities and the cost of treatment has some useful information that might benefit Aussie families too.
- Pieces of Advice on Getting a Job with Aspergers or Autism
- How to Travel Stress-Free When Your Child Has Autism
- How to Create the Ultimate Playroom for a Child with Autism
- How to Choose a Summer Camp for Your Child with Autism
- Helping Your Child with Socialization
- Supporting Students with Autism: 10 Ideas for Inclusive Classrooms
- Enhancing Well-Being and Happiness for People with ASD Through Fine Arts
- 15 Behavior Strategies for Children on the Autism Spectrum
- How to Create a Backyard Sanctuary for Kids with Disabilities
- For Educators: Strategies for Working With Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder
- Helping Asperger's Teens To Survive and Thrive: 15 Key Steps
- Creating a Home Atmosphere of Solitude to Help Cope with Adult Autism
What is Autism?
After the Autism Diagnosis: Staying Connected as a Couple
- Business Ideas for People with Disabilities: A couple of the kids found this page and recommend https://www.commercialcapitaltraining.com/business-resources/business-ideas/business-ideas-people-disabilities . Theybeen using some of the resources on there along with this website to complete a project.
- Special Needs or Just Special? Mary Gold
- Perfectionistic Children Miranda Hughes
- Overcoming Objections by the Local School to Home Educating Children with Special Needs
The Guide to Securing Life-long Accommodations for Adult Children with Special Needs
When an Autism Diagnosis Comes in Adulthood
Creating a Sensory-Friendly Home for Your Autistic Child
Supporting Individuals on the Autism Spectrum Coping with Grief and Loss through Death or Divorce
- www.TonyAttwood.com Tony has done amazing work in raising the profile of AS, especially the fact that children with AS grow into adults with AS
- The Parental Guide to Keeping Autistic Kids Safe
- Autism and Addiction: Coping with and Treating Your Dual Diagnosis
- A Guide to Autism through Wristbands, recommended by Alexa
- Autism Discussion Page, my favourite go to page for information and tips
- How to Help Your Child with Autism Overcome Picky Eating - this article lays out some sensible principles to adopt and follow that are child-friendly and non-coercive.
- The Ultimate Guide to Improving Sleep in Autistic Children
- How to Help Your Child with Autism Cope During and After a Move
- 20 Tips for Keeping Your Child with Special Needs Safe in Your Home
- Banishing the Babysitting Blues
- Travel Tips for Children with Autism
- Do We Need Labels? Homeschooling Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder Kirsten
- The Down Syndrome Family Barbara Frank
- Homeschooling The Chronically Ill or Disabled "Student" Leese Griffith
- ADD, ADHD, LD and other forms of Alphabet Soup - An Interview With Dr. Thomas Armstrong
- Unschooling With ADD Kathy Ward
- Riding the Rainbow - Homeschooling an Autistic Child Cleve Elaine Richey
- http://www.aspies.co.uk/hediary.html Home Education Diary details what a family with a child diagnosed with Aspergers has been getting up to such as educational trips, activities, resources we use etc. We hope you find something to interest or be of use to you here.
- Guide to Activities for Child Therapy Sessions
- own Syndrome and Sleep
- Autism Spectrum Disorder and Sleep
- ADHD and Sleep
- Mailing list for those home educating kids on the autism spectrum
- For a list of links that are updated weekly, go to Annette's Reliable Answers homeschooling site: http://reliableanswers.com/a/?/Health/ADHD&o=x
- The best all round site is: Homeschooling Kids With Disabilities
- Aut-2-B-Home : http://www.weirdkids.com/autism/aut2bhome.htm (horrible
name - weird kids!)
- http://www.faaas.org/ Families of Adults Afflicted with Asperger's Syndrome.
- Best internet sources for information about Autism .
- Autism Resources http://www.autism-resources.com Everything and anything to do with Autism.
- National Alliance for Autism Research http://www.naar.org The National Alliance for Autism Research, NAAR, is a national nonprofit, tax-exempt organization dedicated to finding the causes, prevention, effective treatment and, ultimately, cure of the autism spectrum disorders.
- Autism Society http://www.autism-society.org
- Ben's Asperger Room http://www.asperger-syndrome.com Great, positive information site created by Ben, who has Asperger's Syndrome himself.
- Autism London http://www.autismlondon.org.uk British support group site with another stack of information.
- Center for Autism and Related Disabilities http://card-usf.fmhi.usf.edu The Center for Autism & Related Disabilities (CARD) provides support and assistance with the goal of optimizing the potential of people with autism and related disabilities.
- BayShore Educational is the website of a US mum whose child would have been labelled had he gone to school - very informative site
- Explaining special needs to your child: 15 great children's books
- How to Remodel for Accessibility
- Developing Your Blind Child's Sleep Schedule
- How to Exercise if You Have Limited Mobility
- Healthy Eating Advice for Wheelchair-bound People
- Basic curriculum for autistic children
- List of links for Montessori inspired special needs support http://livingmontessorinow.com/2012/03/13/montessori-inspired-special-needs-support/
- Links to Learning, East Adelaide Medical Centre, 50 Hutt St, Adelaide SA 5000; phone 08 8210 9477; email email@example.com
Offer a drug-free, non-invasive approach which can help children with developmental delays, learning difficulties and auditory processing problems.
- Substance Abuse in Individuals with Autism an informational piece exploring substance use in relation to ASD- including: risk factors, how to help, prevention + more
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