Listings in Publications
A Real Boy
This extraordinarily moving account describes the heartbreak, and the unexpected joy, of autism. With raw honesty, Christopher and Nicola Stevens lay bare their experiences, which are by turns harrowing, hilarious, and inspirational.
Meet Me Where I'm at!
Often times, the author noticed children felt misunderstood at home and school, and in the community. This book helps children understand how they are wired and it gives them a way to communicate without having to express it verbally or face-to-face.
My Friend Sam: A Story About Introducing a Child with Autism to Nursery School
This accessible and affectionate book uses simple wording and delightful colour pictures to describe some of the difficulties that young children with autism may have, and also some of the things they are very good at.
The Superhero Heart: Explaining Autism to Brothers and Sisters
This story speaks to children who have a brother or sister with autism. It explains how we are all different to each other, and how the sibling has special powers, which help them in the trickier moments where the child might feel rejection.
Autism Spectrum Disorder and De-escalation Strategies
This practical guide provides a complete picture of how non-physical and physical interventions can be used to manage behaviour and keep children with autism spectrum disorders or emotional, social and behavioural difficulties safe.
A First Look At: Autism: I See Things Differently
This reassuring picture book explains what autism is in simple terms, helping children with siblings or classmates with autism understand what everyday life feels like from a child with autism's perspective.
The Autism Activities Handbook: Activities to Help Kids Communicate, Make Friends, and Learn Life Sk
The Autism Activities Handbook offers strategies and ideas to enrich the lives of children through meaningful activity. More than 30 games and activities help the child on the spectrum: •follow directions, stay focused, and strengthen motor skills.
Autism Breakthrough: The ground-breaking method that has helped families all over the world
When Raun Kaufman's parents were told that their son was autistic and would probably spend his life in an institution, they decided to look for their own solution. They joined Raun in his unique, isolated world and connected with him there.