The Way I See It – Tablet Computers: What They’re Good for, What They’re Not Temple Grandin, PhD
Perspective – Raising a Quitter Ellen Notbohm
Sensory Solutions – Sensory Underresponsivity Britt Collins, MS, OTR and Lucy Jane Miller, PhD, OTR
Transition to Adulthood – Skill Building for Employment James Ball, EdD, BCBA-D
Social Skill Strategies – Constructing Conversations—One Skill at a Time Katie Brady, LCSW
The First Year – Navigating Early Intervention Therapy Jamie Pacton, MA
Autism Around the World – Ecuador Cindy Borja, PhD(c)
Inspire – Precious Jewels Crystal Allemand
Teacher to Teacher – Transitions Without Tantrums Pat Crissey
Developing Positive Character Strengths
Developing courage, resilience, optimism, and self-efficacy can improve life satisfaction for individuals with ASD.
Jemma Grindstaff, PhD
Scouting with Asperger’s: One Family’s Story
Scouting is a good match for many kids on the spectrum because it provides structured, guided learning; growth; and social opportunities.
Autism Awareness Heroes
Two young adults on the spectrum describe their efforts to bring awareness about autism to the world.
Carly Fleischmann & Jeremy Sicile-Kira
Revisiting Inclusion: Is It Right for All Students?
Inclusion sounds nice—but is it really working out for kids on the spectrum?
David Freschi, MA
Mystery Solved! Part 2: Evaluating Health Information
Once you find online health information, determining its reliability and quality is the next step.
Elizabeth Irish, MLS
Bringing It Home: Physical Supports for Speech at Home and in Other Environments
Creating spaces that get spectrum kids moving can also get their speech development flowing.
Marge Blanc, MA, CCC-SLP