2019 Creative Child Magazine Awards Program consisting of parents and educators has awarded the Autism Asperger’s Sensory Digest,
Written by renowned experts such as Dr. Temple Grandin, Ellen Notbohm, Carol Stock Kranowitz, Keri Bowers, and numerous other authorities, this magazine is focused on those on the autism spectrum, those with sensory issues, and those who care for them
Our magazine — the first published internationally solely on the subject of autiOur magazine — the first published internationally solely on the subject of autism — is now in its 21st year, always written by outstanding contributors who are experts in their fields of specialities!
Three-time Gold Winner of the MarCom Awards! (Honors Excellence in Marketing and Communications)
Autism Asperger’s Sensory Digest proudly offers comprehensive and inspirational articles by our team of experts with unswerving positive attitudes about people with autism, Asperger’s syndrome, sensory issues, and their abilities. Additionally, practical and real life testimonials deliver motivation and extend hope. Regular columns are authored by noted ASD professionals: Dr. Temple Grandin, Ellen Notbohm, Keri Bowers and Carol Stock Kranowitz.
Articles address traditional, alternative, and emerging therapies, products, educational and the latest scientific information.
“Since the Fall 2012, have been receiving Autism/Asperger’s Sensory Digest, reading and keeping every issue, always Temple Grandin’s articles first. The collective wisdom has not only helped me understand and appreciate these very unique CHILDREN/ADULTS but also realize what a great resource it is to apply to ALL HUMAN BEINGS. Now that YOU have become, what I understand may be, a more independent entity perhaps the DIGEST might consider being more inclusive for ALL CHILDREN? One copy in every classroom(?) across the country might not be just informative to the teachers and administrators but also parents, caretakers and even students of all ages.” Love CHILDREN with a ZERO Footprint, Mr.Ed
To help and appreciate those with autism, Asperger’s, and sensory challenges
and the people who support them.