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So you LOVE someone who happens to have Autism?

So you LOVE someone who happens to have Autism? Here are links to resources for parents & teachers and KIDS to learn more about the autism spectrum and how to help those we love who have Social, Communication, Sensory and Behavior differences due to the Spectrum.

Autism did not stop Einstein, Mozart, Newton or Temple Grandin...

Fujifilm FinePix S2980 Digital Camera Review

MUST see... Ready to print pdf color VISUALS! for school & home

The Autism Center at OCALI The Autism Center at OCALI provides a clearinghouse of information on research, resources and trends to address the autism challenge. The center offers a source for training, technical assistance, resources, and consultation to build program capacity and individual learning and growth. iPad Apps (pdf)

"Autism Internet Modules: Linking research to real life". This site is excellent! Has tutorials with visuals about current Evidence Based Practices for parents & professionals

ZAC Browser is an internet browser designed with children who have autism in mind... SAFE fun activities & videos

iPad protectors for little hands: several styles!

Sensory Diet Activities What is a sensory diet? Just as your child needs food throughout the course of the day, his need for sensory input must also be met. A “sensory diet” (coined by OT Patricia Wilbarger) is a carefully designed, personalized activity plan that provides the sensory input a person needs to stay focused and organized throughout the day. Just as you may jiggle your knee or chew gum to stay awake or soak in a hot tub to unwind, children need to engage in stabilizing, focusing activities too. Infants, young children, teens, and adults with mild to severe sensory issues can all benefit from a personalized sensory diet.

Yoga 4 Kids & Classrooms

Breathing the Tears Away - The Kids Yoga Resource

This little device is super! Helps kids who cannot operate a standard computer mouse use the computer more independently. Works as a "mouse click": just place cursor over a link and let your child "click" by using this switch.

Print your own GRAPH paper - lots of sizes. STRATEGY:Using graph paper helps keep numbers in line while working MATH problems.