by Lisa Tews, MS, CCC-SLP & Diane Zajac, LMSW (XAT Tew 2018) This book was written to help parents raise their child with the foundational skills he or she will need for the future. If available, item can be checked out from the resource room at no cost.
What’s Happening to Tom? by Kate E. Reynolds (XAT Reyno 2015) Following Tom as he begins to notice changes to his body, this simple resource helps parents and carers teach boys with autism or other special needs about puberty. It covers all the changes that they will experience, both emotional such as new feelings and […]
by Jennifer M. Schmidt, MEd (XCM Schmi 2018) “Let’s create a class instead of the typical social skills programs!” With this statement began the development of this innovative evidence-based curriculum for secondary students with ASD and their neurotypical (NT) peers. PEERspective is a complete curriculum that teaches high school students self-awareness, self-acceptance, relationship building, conflict […]
by Patricia Weaver, BS, PA (XAT Weave 2018) This book is a guide to help kids and young adults with autism learn the most basic skills to achieve independence. If available, item can be checked our from the resource room at no cost.
by Dr. Alison Doyle (XAT Doyle 2017) This book is designed to support students with additional needs or disabilities from the age of 15 years upwards. This resource is divided into six skills units, providing parents, families, teachers and other professionals with resources for planning successful transitions from secondary school. The workbook helps students to […]
by Howard Shane, Emily Laubscher, Ralf Schlosser, Holly Fadie, James Sorce, Jennifer Abramson, Suzanne Flynn, & Kara Corley (XCM Shane 2015) Visual Immersion System (VIS) is a practical, research-based intervention framework that taps into the strong visual processing skills many children on the spectrum have. You’ll learn how to use readily available resources—from photos and […]
by Abigail Werner James (XAT James 2015) This is a practical educational resource to help teach the social rules of touch and personal space to children and teens with Autism Spectrum Disorder with the aim of keeping them safe and helping them to understand what are appropriate interactions in family, educational and community situations. If […]
The Asperkid’s Launch Pad by Jennifer Cook O’Toole (XAS Otool 2013) Jennifer O’Toole provides parents with all the help they need in planning their home environment to encourage their Asperkid superheroes to soar. If available, item can be checked out from the resource room at no cost.
What to Feed an Asperger by Sarah Patten (XOT Patte 2015) Packed full of tips and tricks to improve the diet of super sensitive Asperger kids. If available, item can be checked out from resource room at no cost.
Parties, Dorms, and Social Norms by Lisa Meeks and Tracy Masterson (XAD Meeks 2016) The authors are respectful and informative in explaining concepts that may be socially confusing and cloaked in non-verbal cues for young adults on the spectrum. This manual fills a gap in resources and, for that, we parents and young adults on […]