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Accessing the Curriculum for Learners with Autism Spectrum Disorders: Using the TEACCH Programme to Help Children, 2nd Edition. Gary Mesibov & Marie Howley, $53.95

Accessing the Curriculum for Learners with Autistic Spectrum Disorders will provide educators with the principles and practices of Structured Teaching and how to apply these to enable learners to access the curriculum, whatever that curriculum may be.

This unique resource is intended to be essential reading for schools and settings who are keen to implement Structured Teaching as an approach to including learners on the autism spectrum in teaching and learning. With a wide range of helpful advice and support, this book:

  • demonstrates how to make use of the approach to address diverse needs, overcome barriers to learning and achieve successful differentiation
  • uses case studies and examples that illustrate how the approach is applicable across Early years, Primary, Secondary and vocational curricula
  • provides the physical structure, schedules, work systems and visual information necessary to illustrate use of these components to promote curriculum access, with an emphasis on understanding and meaning

This new edition is fully updated to include examples of new technologies and is suitable for use in a range of international educational contexts.


The ASD NEST Model: a Framework for Inclusive Education for Higher Functioning Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Edited by Shirely Cohen & Lauren Hough, $31.95

This well-researched and evidence-based program was formulated in response to the severe shortage of educational programs designed for higher functioning school-age children with ASD, which often leads to inappropriate placement, and a lack of supports... all of which inevitably results in poor educational experiences. The program uses a positive behavior support approach and incorporates strategies that address areas of difficulties common in children with ASD, specifically sensory functioning, social relatedness, self-regulation, managing anxiety, and selective cognitive problems. This program helps children function comfortably and successfully in mainstream settings in their schools and communities, whenever feasible, with decreased need for professional support.


Asperger Syndrome in the Inclusive Classroom: Advice and Strategies for Teachers. Stacey Betts, Dion Betts & Lisa Gerber-Eckard, $23.95

Based on the successful experiences of classroom teachers, and written from a teacher's perspective, this book provides creative and easy-to-apply strategies that support and encourage AS students in the mainstream classroom, from organization and time management techniques to framing classroom instructions to make lessons more accessible for children with AS. This book is essential reading for teachers and school staff who want to fully include AS students in the classroom.

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Asperger’s and Girls. Featuring Tony Atwood, Temple Grandin, Catherine Faherty, Mary Wrobel, Teresa Bolick, et al. $26.95

Covering topics such as diagnoses, education, puberty, relationships and careers, experts in the field share practical advice for women and girls diagnosed with Asperger’s, and their caregivers. Providing current information, personal experience, and practical advice, Asperger’s and Girls recognizes the unique difficulties of girls on the spectrum.


Asperger’s Syndrome — That Explains Everything: Strategies for Education, Life, and Just About Everything Else. Stephen Bradshaw, $34.95

Students with Asperger's syndrome frequently find the school environment challenging, despite often having a high level of academic ability, because their unique social and sensory difficulties are not fully understood or accommodated. This book clearly explains proven and practical approaches in education and care that will enable young people with AS in primary and secondary education to thrive. The author uses anecdotes from his extensive teaching experience to illustrate potential problem areas and put forward solutions. There are useful strategies for dealing with issues relating to anxiety, communication, social rules, relationships and classroom behaviour. Accounts from parents and young people with AS who have benefited from the approaches described in the book are also included.

This book is a comprehensive and accessible resource for teachers, caregivers, and professionals working with young people with AS, equipping them with the insight to help AS pupils succeed, not only in school, but in the wider world.


The Asperkid's Game Plan: Extraordinary Minds, Purposeful Play... Ordinary Stuff. Jennifer Cook O'Toole, $26.95

The Asperkid's Game Plan looks from the inside at the learning style of children with Asperger syndrome and explains how to introduce structured play that engages Asperkids and explicitly addresses ASD weaknesses while reinforcing ASD strengths.

Showing how just about anything can be turned into an opportunity for learning and growth, the book is full of go-to ideas for making simple play equipment in the home or classroom and using it to develop core skills that Asperkids struggle with, from fine motor and social skills, to planning and organization. Whether it's origami math, fried marbles, or a bug's eye view scavenger hunt, every game, project, and idea in the book is explained with clear directions and learning objectives and illustrated with color photographs. Jennifer O'Toole's enthusiastic approach and fun lessons, based on Montessori principles, will inspire and motivate parents, educators, and therapists to make purposeful play a part of every Asperkid's day.

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ASPERKIDS: an Insider’s Guide to Loving, Understanding, and Teaching Children with Asperger Syndrome. Jennifer Cook O’Toole, $27.95

As a parent, a teacher and an Aspie herself, Jennifer O'Toole provides the definitive insider's view of Asperger syndrome. She shows how to help children on the spectrum by understanding how they think and by exploiting their special interests to promote learning. Her strategies work because she thinks like the children that she teaches.

This exciting book is full of effective and fun ways of engaging with children with Asperger syndrome. Jennifer explains how theory of mind difficulties create the need for concrete forms of communication, and provides original methods to inspire imagination through sensorial experiences. In particular she reveals the untapped power of special interests, showing how to harness these interests to encourage academic, social and emotional growth.


The Autism Checklist: a Practical Reference for Parents and Teachers. Paula Kluth & John Shouse, $18.95

This useful, accessible guide offers teachers and parents a better understanding of children on the autism spectrum and provides them with the kinds of support and intervention they need. Written in an easy-to-read checklist format, the book is filled with up-to-date research, practical advice, and helpful resources on a wide range of topics. The book covers five areas: basic information on autism, checklists for parents and for teachers, effective support strategies and helpful resources.


Autism: Classroom Strategies from A-Z. Wendy Ashcroft, Sue Argiro & Joyce Keohane, $16.95 (Laminated Reference Guide)

This comprehensive guide contains a wide range of practical and research-based strategies to help general and special education teachers who are working with students with autism and its associated characteristics. Although these powerful strategies are effective for classroom use, they are also useful for schools to use with parents who are involved in helping their children with the many challenges that are presented by autism. It is a powerful reference guide and using it is as easy as A to Z!

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Autism and Reading Comprehension: Ready-to-Use Lesson Plans for Teachers. Joseph Porter, $40.95

Autism and Reading Comprehension contains 90 hours of animal-themed, whole-group instruction. The book provides a detailed description of what the lessons will look and feel like in the classroom, complete with valuable, first-hand advice. In the back, you’ll find an appendix with numerous suggestions for complementary activities, so you can supplement on the “off” days with art projects, music, books, and videos.  The predictable format, repetition, and routine of these lessons will create a relaxed learning environment; while the variations in the topics will hold students’ attention and help them to generalize the reading skills they need to succeed. A companion CD contains all of the worksheets, lesson plans, visual tools, and assessment forms.

Autism Spectrum Disorders: Building Foundation Skills in Mathematics. Leslie Broun, $13.95 (Laminated Reference Guide)

Designed for educators who work with students with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) and/or other developmental disabilities, this reference guide provides a greater understanding of the perparatory role that visual performance skills play in the learning of mathematics. Practical instructional strategies required to build the foundational skills needed to master the common core standards in Mathematics are presented.

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Autism Spectrum Disorders: Foundations, Characteristics and Effective Strategies. E. Amanda Boutot & Brenda Smith Myles, $77.00

This text provides a wide-ranging summary of what autism spectrum disorders are; specific information on diagnosis, learning behavioral, cognitive, and sensory characteristics, and etiology; and evidence-based practices for instruction, including social skills, communication, and academics. Additionally, special pedagogical features found throughout the book offer more coverage of diversity, trends and issues, and research. Written in an easy-to-follow format, the book implements a real-world approach to working with students with ASDs, offering the best information for use in today’s classrooms.


Autism Spectrum Disorders in the Mainstream Classroom, Grades K-6. Barbara Boroson, $30.99

This engaging and informative book gives you the strategies you need to help students with ASDs to succeed in school. In a classroom where all students feel; valued and respected, every student can learn and grow.  This book will help you be responsive to the needs of all your students and to the many challenges children with ASDs face in the classroom.


Autism Strategies for Middle Schools, A-Z. Wendy Ashcroft, Sue Argiro & Joyce Keohane, $15.95 (laminated reference guide)

This reference guide provides instructional strategies proven to be effective in teaching middle school students with ASDs. Each strategy can be adapted for use with students who differ in their cognitive abilities and chronological ages. A great resource for teachers, parents and education assistants.

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Autism with Severe Learning Difficulties, 2nd Edition. Rita Jordan, $23.95

This extensive guide explores the implications of a dual diagnosis of autism and severe learning difficulties, from childhood through the transition to adulthood. Covering developmental issues, educational challenges, fostering social interactions, and managing challenging behaviors, this book will be invaluable to parents and key support workers.


Autism in Your Classroom: a General Educator's Guide to Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Deborah Fein & Michelle Dunn, $33.50

Children with autism spectrum disorders are increasingly being educated in inclusive general education classrooms. For optimal results, teachers need to know as much as possible about autism and the teaching methods and modifications that work best for these students. This is a huge undertaking for time-crunched general education teachers, many of whom may never have had a student with autism before. Now teachers can turn to Autism in Your Classroom for the information and guidance they need. Written by two neuro-psychologists with extensive clinical and classroom experience, this book is a concise, easy-to-read guide developed for primary school teachers (grades K- 6).


Autistic Disorder Intervention Manual. Amy Antes & Samm House, $55.95

The Autistic Disorder Intervention Manual is in the same format as the well known Pre-Referral Intervention Manual (PRIM) and is a compilation of goals, objectives and intervention strategies in response to behavior problems exhibited in educational settings.

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Basic Skills Checklist: Teacher-Friendly Assessment for Students with Autism or Special Needs. Marlene Breitenbach, $26.95

An easy-to-use, informal assessment tool that brings method to the madness of classroom assessment. It focuses on pre-academic, readiness, and academic skills expected from learners in the early elementary years. Author and teacher Marlene Breitenbach developed these helpful checklists in special-needs and inclusive classrooms while serving children with autism and other developmental disabilities. Simple, customizable charts make it easy to record children’s progress in skill areas such as basic concepts, reading/language, math, fine motor, and independence.


A Best Practice Guide to Assessment and Intervention for Autism Spectrum Disorder in Schools, 2nd Edition. Lee Wilkinson, $33.95

Fully updated to reflect DSM-5 and current assessment tools, procedures and research, this award-winning book provides a practical and scientifically-based approach to identifying, assessing, and treating children and adolescents with an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) in school settings. Integrating current research evidence with theory and best-practice, the book will support school-based professionals in a number of key areas including:

  • screening and assessing children and youth with high-functioning autism spectrum conditions
  • identifying evidence-based interventions and practices
  • developing and implementing comprehensive educational programs
  • providing family support and accessing community resources
  • promoting special needs advocacy

Illustrative case examples, a glossary of terms and helpful checklists and forms make this the definitive resource for identifying and implementing interventions for pupils with ASD.


Building Independence: How to Create and Use Structured Work Systems. Christine Reeve & Susan Kabot, $47.95

Individuals with ASD and related disorders are supported by a variety of people throughout their day, whether in educational and work settings, transition programs or at home. Structured work systems are one method that can be used to ensure that they develop and maintain their ability to work on their own, without assistance and prompting from others. Structured work systems are designed to give visual information about what work needs to be done, how much works needs to be done, when the work is completed and what will happen next. Due to the predictability and sense of accomplishment that are built into the system, many individuals with ASD find the structured work time their favorite time of the day. Full of color photos and case examples spanning age and levels of functioning, the book provides an A-Z guide to work systems, including assessment, how to build them into the curriculum, IEPs, lesson planning and more.

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The Classroom and Communication Skills Program. Megan Ahlers & Colleen Hannigan Zillich, $25.50

Practical strategies for educating young children with Autism Spectrum and other developmental disabilities in the public school setting.


Classroom Pivotal Response Teaching for Children with Autism. Aubyn Stahmer, Jessica Suhrheinrich, et al, $79.95

This practical manual and accompanying DVD-ROM present a research-supported behavioral intervention for children with autism that teachers can easily integrate into their existing classroom curriculum. Classroom Pivotal Response Teaching (CPRT) enhances children's motivation and participation in learning; increases the number of learning opportunities they experience each day; and promotes mastery of targeted communication, play, social, and academic skills. In a convenient large-size format with lay-flat binding, the book features more than two dozen reproducible worksheets and forms to aid in planning and implementing the procedures. The DVD-ROM includes narrated PowerPoint presentations with invaluable video examples of CPRT in action, along with copies of the reproducibles.


Climbing Art Obstacles in Autism: Teaching Visual-Motor Skills through Visually Structured Art Activities. Karen Loden Talmage & Vickie Dobrofsky, $58.95

CLIMBING ART OBSTACLES IN AUTISM is an exceptional book that offers young children with autism spectrum disorders and other developmental delays an imaginative, yet structured way to explore art. It shares the visual format familiar to users of the Tasks Galore series. Young children are able to practice visual motor skills through typical childhood art projects that are described in detail and bring satisfying results.

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Colour Coding for Learners with Autism: a Resource Book for Creating Meaning through Colour at Home and School. Adele Devine, $43.95

Children on the autism spectrum are often highly visual learners, making colour a powerful and motivating learning tool. This book explains how colour coding helps young people with autism to generalise lessons already learnt. For example, assigning the colour aqua to all personal care activities or the colour purple to timetabling and transitions establishes clear, visual categories. This allows children to draw on learnt experiences, which creates a sense of order, reduces anxiety, and can aid communication, understanding emotions, organisation, coping with change and diversifying diet. A wealth of tried-and-tested printable resources to enable the practical application of colour coding in the classroom and at home are included on a CD-ROM.

With colourful illustrations and resources, Colour Coding for Learners with Autism is an effective, must-have teaching tool for anyone involved in the education of young people with autism.


The Comprehensive Autism Planning System (CAPS) for Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders and Related Disabilities, 2nd Edition. Shawn Henry & Brenda Smith Myles, $47.95

This system allows educators to understand how to implement an instructional program for students with ASD. Known as CAPS, the model answers common questions about finding the right supports to fit a child’s learning style in order to help him reach his full potential. Used with The Ziggurat Model, CAPS enables educators and other professionals to address adequate yearly progress (AYP), response to intervention (RTI), and positive behavior support (PBS). This expanded second edition of CAPS adds important new material on technical assistance/consultation as well as up-to-date considerations of current mandates and trends that support CAPS use, including a major focus on evidence-based practices.


Creating Autism Champions: Autism Awareness Training for Key Stage 1 and 2. Joy Beaney, $39.95

Raising awareness and understanding of autism has school-wide benefits, such as helping to improve the attitudes of pupils and staff and allowing children with autism to thrive socially, emotionally and educationally alongside their peers. This comprehensive resource provides a whole school programme for raising autism awareness and promoting inclusion.

It includes training for staff in the knowledge and skills they need to support pupils, a sample school assembly, and lesson plans for teaching groups of pupils to be 'autism champions'. This programme also offers photocopiable worksheets and online presentations to use as part of the staff training, school assembly and peer awareness lessons. There is advice for involving children with autism and their parents in school activities. Easily adaptable for different age groups, this is a ready-made resource for schools committed to promoting autism awareness and whole school welfare.

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Developing Flexibility Skills in Children and Teens with Autism: the 5P Approach to Thinking, Learning and Behaviour. Linda Miller, $49.95

Typified by a lack of adaptability, rigid behaviour, narrow interests, obsessions and poor problem solving skills, limited flexibility is often the cause of behavioural difficulties and presents a considerable barrier to learning, social development and independence for students with autism and related disorders.

Using the principles and philosophy of the author's unique 5P approach, this book provides a comprehensive framework through which to support children and young people with autism and related disorders in developing flexibility skills and increased independence. The book also offers a means of reducing behaviour issues which arise from poor flexibility. It provides a number of useful tools for flexibility assessment and intervention planning at individual and organizational levels. It explores the links between flexibility and participation, introducing further assessment tools and ideas. The book is accompanied by a CD-ROM of useful resources that will further support practice.


Developing Language Comprehension Using Multisensory Activities. Marilyn Toomey, illustrated by Will Harney, $40.95

Designed to help students aged 4 to 8 learn strategies for comprehending spoken information, using these activities students will consciously work to understand and remember language. Engaging three senses — listening, looking and touching —helps build mental images of what is heard or read. This important skill is an essential support for working memory and recall.

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Drawing a Blank: Improving Comprehension for Readers on the Autism Spectrum. Emily Iland, $45.95

Although they may be fluent readers — indeed, many have very precocious reading skills — individuals with autism spectrum disorders often need support for comprehension. Comprehension difficulties in readers with ASD can be subtle and difficult to tease out. As a result, their substantial level of risk for reading comprehension problems is often overlooked or unaddressed, and many students struggle in silence. This is where Drawing a Blank comes in. This practical and well-researched resource provides educational professionals and parents with the tools to improve comprehension for good decoders who have reading comprehension difficulties, as well as readers who struggle with both decoding and comprehension. In keeping with current standards, the book emphasizes the importance of using evidence-based and promising practices based on thorough assessment of students’ needs.


Educating Students with Autism: a Quick Start Manual. Jo Webber & Brenda Scheuermann, $60.50

Succinct and organized, this “quick start” manual provides immediate, practical assistance about how to plan, organize, implement, coordinate, and monitor an educational program. It is written for teachers, administrators, related service personnel, parents, and persons who are responsible for teaching children and youth with autism and cognitive delays. Many of its recommended strategies may also be adapted for those with Asperger’s Syndrome or High Functioning autism. The book comes with examples, forms, and sample materials.


Educating Young Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders: a Guide for Teachers, Counselors, and Psychologists. Erin Barton & Beth Harn, $18.50

EDUCATING YOUNG CHILDREN WITH AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDERS is aimed at providing strategies for teachers, school counselors, and psychologists to help address the needs of children on the spectrum, as well as their families. Erin Barton and Beth Harn draw on current research and practices to discuss the possible causes of autism and to help prepare educators not only for teaching children in the classroom but also for providing families with the tools necessary to continue the educational process at home. Included are topics such as:

  • Improving communication and socialization
  • Developing instructive lessons
  • Assessing students' progress
  • Including families in educational goals
  • Finding students' special interests and using those to help facilitate learning
  • Managing challenging behavior
  • And including forms, charts, and a range of classroom activities

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Educational Interventions for Students with Autism. Peter Mundy & Ann Mastergeorge, $33.00

EDUCATIONAL INTERVENTIONS FOR STUDENTS WITH AUTISM offers educators a vital resource for understanding and working with autistic students. Written by nationally acclaimed experts in the field and published in collaboration with the world-renowned UC Davis M.I.N.D. Institute, the book aims to deepen educators' appreciation of the challenges surrounding autism in a classroom setting and the current best practices in education for autism. To best meet the practical needs of teachers, school administrators, and parents, the book includes integrative summaries throughout, with recommendations for real-world classroom use.


Educational Strategies for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders.  Julie Ivey, $15.95

Focusing on educational and instructional strategies that are successful with students with autism spectrum disorders, the book profiles the most current, research-based interventions that can be implemented by teachers in a classroom setting. Strategies include applied behavior analysis, the Developmental, Individual Difference, Relationship-Based (DIR) model, discrete trial training, Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS), Pivotal Response Treatment (PRT), Sensory Integration Therapy, and Social Stories, among others.


Effective Literacy Instruction for Students with Moderate or Severe Disabilities. Susan Copeland & Elizabeth Keefe, $35.95

For students with moderate or severe disabilities, developing literacy skills is a critical component of successful communication, employment, and community participation. Finally, educators have a practical, concise guidebook for helping these students meet academic standards for literacy. Appropriate for use in all settings, including inclusive classrooms, this book is the lifeline every K-12 teacher needs.

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The Essential Manual for Asperger Syndrome (ASD) in the Classroom: What Every Teacher Needs to Know. Kathy Hoopmann, $25.95

Perfect for time-poor teachers, Kathy Hoopmann's essential handbook is an easy-to-navigate resource that promotes a positive learning environment in which students with Asperger syndrome (ASD) can thrive. Kathy's unique ability to explain the ASD mind-set shines through as her concise descriptions reveal how to recognise and develop the child's strengths to the fullest potential whilst guiding and mentoring through areas of difficulties. 

Full of effective and innovative strategies, the book covers areas such as meltdowns, forming friendships, literal thinking and speaking, and the overwhelming influence of sensory sensitivities. Activities to help explain the child's behaviour to other students are also included which fosters understanding and acceptance. A 'Home Link' section adds vital information about how to work with parents and other caregivers to create safe, loving and fun environments for the child at home and at school.


Everyday Classroom Strategies and Practices for Supporting Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Jamie Bleiweiss, Lauren Hough & Shirley Cohen, $47.95

This practical approach to working with students with autism spectrum disorders helps to demystify the processes needed to help these students succeed and gives teachers the supports to plan appropriately for them. Adopted by several schools and districts, this timely resource clearly communicates how to create a classroom in which every learner succeeds with specific and easy-to-implement strategies for students who require minimal supports as well as those who require more intensive interventions. In compliance with current trends in education, it incorporates evidence-based practices, positive behavior supports, and uses Response to Intervention.


FB A to Z: Functional Behavior and Intervention Plans for Individuals with ASD. Ruth Aspy, Barry G. Grossman, Brenda Smith Myles & Shawn A. Henry, $34.50

FBA to Z: Functional Behavior and Intervention Plans for Individuals with ASD is a practical guide to developing comprehensive behavior intervention plans that highlight the need to understand an individual’s unique needs and strengths within each phase. Using a case study throughout the book, the authors address the unique characteristics of individuals with ASD, ultimately resulting in the development of comprehensive, meaningful, and effective interventions, based on the specific needs of the learner.

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From Text Maps to Memory Caps: 100 More Ways to Differentiate Instruction in K-12 Inclusive Classrooms. Paula Kluth & Sheila Danaher, $57.50 (K-12)

Differentiated instruction is simple and fun with this treasure trove of ready-to-use adaptations for grades K-12. All teachers — especially fans of Kluth & Danaher's From Tutor Scripts to Talking Sticks — will love the 100 creative NEW ideas in this illustrated guide, perfect for meeting the learning needs of all students in inclusive classrooms. An effective, time-saving way to boost student skills in key areas such as literacy, math, organization, communication, and behavior, these research-based adaptations will strengthen and energize any curriculum. The book offers 100 adaptations that are:

  • Teacher-designed and student-tested, so they're sure to engage students and help them learn
  • Easy to use-each adaptation comes with a handy materials list, clear directions, vendors and websites, and examples
  • Cost-effective, using inexpensive materials and resources many teachers already have
  • Great for all students in K-12 classrooms, whether they're English-language learners, students with identified disabilities, or just need extra support or reminders
  • Fully illustrated with colorful photos that show the strategies at work

Gear Up for Success: a Three-Tiered Planning Model for Supporting Learners on the Autism Spectrum. Lisa Combs, Carol Dittoe & Susan Aebker, $30.50

Using the analogy of shifting gears on a bicycle, this three-tiered planning model provides educations teams with evidence-based practices at three different levels of intensity to address the unique challenges of students on the autism spectrum in a variety of common settings and circumstances. The book not only gives an overview of many evidence-based practices for teaching students with autism, but goes a step further by helping educators understand how they can modify the delivery of those interventions based on the intensity of the student's needs, instructional group size, and other changing circumstances.


Getting into the Game: Sports Programs for Kids with Autism. Veronica Smith & Stephanie  Patterson, $31.95

Participation in individual and team sports plays an important part in children's development and promotes growth in a number of areas. As well as the obvious health benefits, sport also provides the perfect backdrop to teach young people with autism about rules, strategy and teamwork — all invaluable lessons that can be applied to wider society. By detailing six of the most popular sports: cycling, ice skating, swimming, soccer, taekwondo and tennis and including the unique experiences of families of children with autism, it offers all the information, advice and support needed to help get kids with autism engaged in fun and positive sport environments. GETTING INTO THE GAME will help families, clinicians and coaches support children with autism in taking their first steps into sport and recreation.

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The Green Zone Conversation Book: Finding Common Ground in Conversation for Children on the Autism Spectrum. Joel Shaul, $29.95

In conversation, children on the autism spectrum often struggle to select topics of interest to others. Many have strong, narrow interests and feel compelled to introduce these subjects when they talk.  This book provides a simple visual model to help children experience more success in finding common ground in conversation. The "Green Zone" is a visual representation of finding common ground between one person (blue) and another person (yellow) to create a "green zone" that represents the pair's shared interests.

The book, illustrated with hundreds of photographs representing the range of other people's interests, clearly explains what the "Green Zone" is and how to find it, and contains many photocopiable conversation practice activities and reinforcement worksheets based on this simple visual. Ideal for use in classroom settings or at home, this attractive, full colour book is suitable for children on the autism spectrum aged 7 and up.


Helping Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder Express their Thoughts and Knowledge in Writing: Tips and Exercises for Developing Writing Skills. Elise Geither & Lisa Meeks, $33.95

When it comes to academic work, students with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) often have the required knowledge but struggle to get their thoughts down in writing. This is a practical guide to teaching and improving writing skills in students with ASD to meet academic writing standards and prepare for the increased expectations of higher education.

The book covers key considerations for all educators teaching writing skills to high school and college students with ASD including how to address difficulties with comprehension, executive functioning, and motor skills, how to structure ideas into a coherent argument, and how to develop creativity and expression in writing, as well as how to successfully adapt these skills to meet university expectations. Each chapter includes teaching tips, insightful student perspectives, and ready-to-use writing exercises.


How Do I Teach This Kid to Read? Teaching Literacy Skills to Young Children with Autism, from Phonics to Fluency, Grades K-3. Kimberly Henry, $26.50

This book presents simple instructional strategies that can be used to help develop early literacy skills in young children with autism. Award-winning author Kimberly Henry provides dozens of fine-tuned, easily adaptable activities that teachers and parents can implement separately or in infinite combinations. Included are units on phonemic awareness, vocabulary, comprehension, and fluency. Kim also lists numerous other resources you can use to supplement the lessons. This book comes with a FREE CD of printable, visual tools.

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“I Hate To Write!” Cheryl Boucher & Kathy Oehler, $34.50

Tips for helping students with autism spectrum and related disorders increase achievement, meet academic standards, and become happy, successful writers.


The IEP from A to Z: How to Create Meaningful and Measurable Goals and Objectives. Diane Twachtman-Cullen & Jennifer Twachtman-Bassett, $35.95

This step-by-step guide shows teachers and parents how to get the right education plan in place for students with ADHD, Autism/Asperger's, Emotional/Behavioral Disturbance, and related conditions.

  • Provides easy-to-understand explanations of the special education process along with a wealth of sample effective IEPs
  • Explains what is most important for educators and parents to keep in mind during IEP development
  • Provides content area-specific sample goal and objective templates, general teaching tips for maintaining the IEP, and useful resources

From nationally recognized experts in the special education field, this book guides readers through the process of writing thoughtful, intelligent Individualized Education Plans that deliver high-quality, need-based educational programming to exceptional students.


Including Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders Into Less Restrictive Educational Settings. Edited by Joanne Gerenser & Mary McDonald, $32.95

The Eden II Programs is an agency that provides comprehensive service provision to individuals on the autism spectrum. Within Eden's educational programs, a model for supported inclusion has been developed to assist those students that can benefit from less restrictive settings a systematic process to help ensure a successful transition into these settings. Data and other objective measures provide the basis for student evaluation and program decisions. This manual was developed to provide practical information on delivering and evaluating these program decisions.

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Inclusive Programming for High School Students with Autism or Asperger’s Syndrome. Sheila Wagner, $33.95

This comprehensive guide will help you give your child or student the best possible high school experience. You will learn how to help students navigate the social minefields of friendships and dating, while fostering the executive functioning skills they will need as adults.


An Introduction to Children with Autism. Tammy Barry, $15.50

An Introduction to Children with Autism offers a brief introduction to ASDs for teachers and educational assistants. It focuses on the symptoms and traits of autism and related disorders, including language, cognitive, behavioral, movement, affect/mood, temperament, sleeping and eating, and sensory characteristics. In addition, two case histories and evaluations are shared: one of a low-functioning child with autism and one of a high-functioning child with autism.


Just Give Him the Whale! 20 Ways to Use Fascinations, Areas of Expertise, and Strengths to Support Students with Autism. Paula Kluth & Patrick Schwarz, $27.95

When learners with autism have deep, consuming fascinations—trains, triangles, basketballs, whales—teachers often wonder what to do. This concise, highly practical guidebook gives educators across grade levels a powerful new way to think about students' obsessions: as positive teaching tools that calm, motivate, and improve learning.

This guide is brimming with easy tips and strategies for folding students' special interests, strengths, and areas of expertise into classroom lessons and routines. An enjoyable read with an eye-opening message, this short book will have a long-lasting impact on teachers' understanding of autism—and on their students' social and academic success.

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A Land We Can Share: Teaching Literacy to Students with Autism. Paula Kluth, & Kelly Chandler-Olcott, $39.95

Teachers are going to love this book! Passionate and practical, it moves beyond "sight words" and other functional literacy skills and provides the know-how for bringing quality, meaningful literacy instruction to students with autism. The book focuses specifically on ways in which educators can improve literacy outcomes for students with autism spectrum disorders in Grades K–12 classrooms.


Lesson Plan a la Carte: Integrated Planning for Students with Special Needs. Valerie Paradiz, Todd Germain, Sarah Olivieri & Michelle DeFilice Haverly, $27.50

LESSON PLAN A LA CARTE guides teachers, clinicians and administrators through a simple, step-by-step process for creating an integrated lesson plan that addresses the social, environmental and communication challenges that often block students' access to academics and other learning. As the slim, 90-page volume indicates, the authors don't want to add more work to educators' already busy day. The book makes an educator's existing workload easier to manage by helping them create well-designed and integrated lesson plans that bring together learning objectives, therapeutic supports and modifications students need in the classroom. These plans can then be carried out solo or by a team. Guided instructions are printed on all template forms which are provided in the book as well as on the accompanying CD.


Listen and Collaborate: Creating a Parent/Professional Partnership, Volume 1 Preschool & Elementary Students. Laurie Eckenrode, Pat Fennell & Kathy Hearsey, $25.95

Listen and Collaborate: Creating a Parent/Professional Partnership, Volume 2 Middle School, High School & Adult Learners. Laurie Eckenrode, Pat Fennell & Kathy Hearsey, $25.95

Listen and Collaborate is a package of questionnaires to be been completed by a parent. The teacher then uses information gathered from the questionnaire to create long and short term goals for the student. Throughout the year, the team may revisit the information gathered to demonstrate the student's growth and progress toward the IEP goals. Topics in the questionnaire include:

  • Contact information
  • Expressive/Receptive Communication
  • Safety
  • Play/Leisure
  • Social Development
  • Routines
  • Physical Development
  • Medical Information
  • Long Term Goals

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Literacy Instruction for Inclusive Classrooms. Paula Kluth & Kelly Chandler-Olcott, $13.95 (Laminated Reference Guide)

This laminated reference guide provides valuable information on how to enhance literacy instruction for all students within inclusive classroom environments. Packed with practical strategies, this guide addresses topics such as:

  • Selecting formal literacy assessments
  • Supporting family literacy
  • Building a library in your diverse classroom
  • Designing literacy stations for all students
  • Involving collaborators in literacy instruction
  • Making the most of peer support
  • Adapting the read aloud
  • Differentiating literature circles
  • Developing reading fluency

Literacy Skill Development for Students With Special Learning Needs: a Strengths-Based Approach. Leslie Broun & Patricia Oelwein, $40.95

Literacy Skill Development for Students With Special Learning Needs is a practical approach based with strength-based strategies and reinforcement activities designed for the acquisition and development of literacy skills. Authors Oelwein and Broun demonstrate how the initial use of personal, meaningful vocabulary and making the reading process relevant to the students’ experience creates a positive climate for the acquisition of literacy skills. As their skills develop their access to and participation in the school curriculum is facilitated. This valuable resource can be used by both teachers and parents.


Making Inclusion Work for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders: an Evidence-Based Guide. Tristram Smith, $61.50

An indispensable resource for K–12 educators and autism specialists, this highly practical book shows how to include students with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) in general education settings. Tristram Smith and his associates present a research-based, step-by-step process for assessing students at a range of skill levels, planning and implementing successful inclusion programs, and working as a team with other professionals and with parents. The book is packed with specific strategies for helping students with ASD follow the daily routine, learn from the general education curriculum, interact with peers, and overcome problem behavior.

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Observation, Assessment and Planning in Inclusive Autism Education: Supporting Learning and Development. Carmel Conn, $60.95

This practical resource takes a holistic view of the learning and development of children with autism, taking into account the nature of their social-emotional learning and the transactional nature of difficulty. Using an interdisciplinary approach, this accessible and practical text invites practitioners, pupils and parents to reflect on their understandings, beliefs and values and to make appropriate adjustments in their practice. Split into five chapters, this book covers some of the main issues involved in observation-based teaching and learning.


1001 Great Ideas for Teaching and Raising Children with Autism Spectrum, 2nd Edition. Veronica Zysk & Ellen Notbohm, $35.50

Parents and professionals can now bypass countless hours spent seeking answers to the mystifying day-to-day challenges of autism. In a snappy, can-do format, this book offers page after page of try-it-now solutions that have worked for thousands of children grappling with sensory, communication, social, behavioral, and self-care issues. Not only does it provide ideas and activities that can be put into action immediately, but it also explains WHY these methods work so that adults can better understand the children they are working with. Revised and expanded, more than 600 fresh ideas join tried and true tactics from the original edition, while many ideas pick up where the first edition left off – offering modifications for older kids.

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A Practical Guide for Teachers of Students with an Autism Spectrum Disorder in Secondary Education. Debra Costley, Elaine Keane, Trevor Clark & Kathie Lane, $33.95

Students on the autism spectrum often face difficulties in the secondary education environment. This book presents specific, ready-to-use classroom initiatives with example worksheets, checklists and timetables to help students keep organized with their school work. It also covers general obstacles such as social situations, anxiety, mental health issues and extracurricular activities and how adults can help. Guidance about the leaving school stage and how to ensure the teen is equipped to make the best possible decisions about their future is included.

Packed with useful information and examples, this book will be a lifesaving resource for teachers, and everyone else working in secondary education, who want to help their students with autism to stay focused and positive at school.


Practical Mathematics for Children with an Autism Spectrum Disorder and Other Developmental Delays. Jo Adkins & Sue Larkey, $44.95

This book provides practical strategies and tools for teaching key mathematics concepts to children with an autism spectrum disorder and other developmental delays. The authors emphasize the importance of incorporating a child's special interest into learning in order to help them engage fully with new concepts. Topics covered include colours, shapes, categories, numerals, sequencing, addition and subtraction and using money, and the book includes worksheets and activities for incorporating mathematics into daily living skills. This is an essential resource for teachers, teaching assistants and parents.


Practical Solutions for Educating Young Children with High-Functioning Autism and Asperger Syndrome. Mary-Jane Weiss, $29.95

For those working with preschool age children on the autism spectrum — a practical guide to the best practice and effective programming.

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Practical Solutions for Stabilizing Students with Classic Autism to Be Ready to Learn:  Getting to Go!Judy Endow, $23.50

This simple-to-use book focuses on two major areas of stabilization found critical for students on the autism spectrum, sensory regulation and visual supports. With proper use of these strategies, the student with classic autism can get to GO! — that is, feeling regulated and supported. Once on GO! the strategies that are helpful for students with AS/HF can be employed to maintain optimal game play throughout the day.


The PRT Pocket Guide: Pivotal Response Treatment for Autism Spectrum Disorders. Robert Koegel & Lynn Kern Koegel, $33.50

What is Pivotal Response Treatment? What's the research behind it, what does it look like in practice, and what are some good examples of how to use it? Now one concise book gives professionals and parents all the basics of the widely used PRT — one of a select group of highly effective, evidence-based treatments for autism.

This reader-friendly pocket guide is the perfect introduction to PRT, the popular approach that uses natural learning opportunities to modify pivotal areas of behavior. Filled with helpful tips and many practical examples based on actual children, the book reveals the key principles behind:

  • motivating children with natural reinforcers
  • reducing disruptive behavior with PRT
  • encouraging communication and social initiations
  • developing a challenging curriculum that helps children make progress
  • assessing children meaningfully in natural environments
  • closely collaborating with parents on goals and interventions
  • helping families weave interventions into everyday routines
  • ensuring that children generalize skills to other settings
  • decreasing parents' stress and offering positive support

An essential first step in PRT training and a must-have for every member of a child's support team, this quick and practical introduction will get everyone on board with PRT and equip them with the fundamentals they need to use it in the real world.


PUSH to Open. Lisa Combs, $28.50

A teacher's quick guide to universal design for teaching students on the autism spectrum in the general education classroom. Simple, straightforward solutions to a complex problem!

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The SCERTS™ Model: a Comprehensive Educational Approach for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Volume 1: Assessment; Volume 2: Program Planning and Intervention. Barry Prizant, et al. Two Volume Manual Set, $172.50

A groundbreaking synthesis of developmental, relationship-based, and skill-based approaches, The SCERTS™ Model provides a framework for improving communication and social-emotional abilities in individuals with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) and their families. Developed by internationally recognized experts, SCERTS™ supports developmental progress in three domains: Social Communication (communicating spontaneously and establishing relationships), Emotional Regulation (regulating emotional arousal to support learning and engagement), and Transactional Support (elements that aid an individual's progress as he or she works toward a goal).

With this two-volume manual set, professionals will have comprehensive and practical guidance on using SCERTS™ in assessment and intervention with preschool and elementary school students with ASD.


School Success for Kids with High-Functioning Autism: Practical Strategies for Parents and Teachers. Stephan Silverman, Lauren Kenworthy & Rich Weinfeld, $23.95

Smart kids with autism spectrum disorders need specific interventions to find success in school and beyond. Based on the new criteria in the DSM-5, SCHOOL SUCCESS FOR KIDS WITH HIGH-FUNCTIONING AUTISM also describes how autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and social communication disorders (SCD) will now identify the students formerly identified as having Asperger’s syndrome, Nonverbal Learning Disorder, high-functioning autism, or PDD-NOS.

Relying on the latest research, and presenting it in easy-to-understand and practical language, the authors identify how the key components of ASD and SCD will appear to parents and professionals and what steps should be taken once these signs are evident. This book is sure to help any parent or teacher wanting to see their smart kids with autism succeed!


Setting Up Classroom Spaces that Support Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Susan Kabot & Christine Reeve, $32.95

Using evidenced-based practice, Setting Up Classroom Spaces helps teachers and educational assistants to create classroom environments that facilitate leaning for students with ASDs.

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Seven Keys to Unlock Autism: Making Miracles in the Classroom. Elaine Hall & Diane Isaacs, $29.95

This groundbreaking book outlines seven integrated keys for educators and parents to make meaningful connections with children on the autism spectrum. The book is based on the unique approach used by Elaine Hall and Diane Isaacs of The Miracle Project, a musical theater program for children with autism and their peers and siblings. The Miracle Project integrates traditional and creative therapies in an interactive, social dynamic. The book shows how to apply these effective strategies at school and at home to nurture kids' self-expression and social skills.


Show Me the Data! RinaMarie Leon-Guerrero, Chris Matsumoto & Jaime Martin, $30.25

This must-have resource consists of a brief discussion on data collection accompanied by a CD containing a comprehensive compilation of data sheets to help make that once-dreaded task easier and simpler. The data sheets are of two types: generic forms appropriate for students of any age and/or ability and forms focusing on specific skills appropriate mostly for young children or children with significant cognitive delays. Forms may be customized for particular programs and individual students. Finally, to help teams figure out what to do with the data once they have been collected, samples of completed data sheets and easy-to-use graphs are included as a model for how teams can display their data visually and evaluate the effectiveness of intervention and efficacy of their program and/or intervention.


Simple Strategies That Work! Helpful Hints for All Educators of Students with Asperger Syndrome, High-Functioning Autism, and Related Disabilities. Brenda Smith Myles, Diane Adreon & Dena Gitlitz. $28.95

Simple Strategies that Work provides ideas and suggestions that teachers can use to help a student with ASDs and other developmental delays on the road to success. Looking at problems that arise in the classroom, the authors discuss how teachers can make adjustments to accommodate, while not interfering with normal classroom routines. The book includes tables and boxes for quick reference and clear meaning. Also included is information on what can cause anxiety for the autistic/Asperger student, how this can lead to decreased academic and social performance, decreased attention to task, and potential increases in behavior problems, and what the teacher can do to assist.

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Strategies at Hand: Quick and Handy Strategies for Working with Students on the Autism Spectrum. Robin Brewer & Tracy Mueller, $16.50

Strategies at Hand features convenient, easy-to-implement strategies that can be used in all types of educational settings and situations. This at-your-fingertips tool is broken down into five color-coded sections that are easy to locate and use: Learning Environments (classroom, field trips, etc.), Areas of Student Need (communication, behavior, etc.), Transitions (substitute teachers, school assemblies, etc.), Alphabetical Explanations of Terms (functional behavioral assessment, picture communication systems, etc.), and Resources and References. The bookmark size and unique binding of Strategies at Hand make it easy to carry around and to use.


Strategies to Support Children with Autism and Other Complex Needs: Resources for Teachers, Support Staff, and Parents. Christine Macintyre, $50.30

Strategies to Support Children with Autism and other Complex Needs bridges the gap between explaining what autism is and finding ways to interact through having a balance of play activities interspersed with more formal teaching of skills of everyday living. This highly practical text provides a bank of strategies that are specially designed to be matched to the developmental status of each child. These strategies are endorsed by academics who have monitored the children’s responses in communicating, pretending, playing, moving, and singing and describe how the children have responded positively over time. This book covers a variety of topics such as:

  • The importance of play for enhancing learning for children with autism and other complex needs
  • Evaluating different ways of developing communication
  • Transferring learning from one environment to another to aid memorizing
  • Understanding the impact of sensory hypo and hyperactivity on children’s learning
  • Developing a ‘Theory of Mind’
  • The importance of movement, music and having fun

Observation and assessment schedules are provided, along with clear and helpful evaluation forms which show staff in primary and early years settings how children on the autistic spectrum can be helped to make meaningful and encouraging progress.

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Stuck! Strategies. Janice Carroll & Terry Ellis Izraelevitz, $27.50

What to do when students get stuck — how to turn "no" into "let's go" with proactive, positive, supportive and effective strategies. It doesn't get much better than that!


Success Strategies for Students with Asperger Syndrome & Autism. Geneva Centre for Autism, $49.95 DVD format

Many students with Asperger syndrome and autism have demonstrated that with effective transition strategies and informal support systems, secondary school can be a rich and productive experience. Success Strategies for Students with Asperger Syndrome & Autism offers a framework for supporting these students with simple common sense solutions.

Strategies such as a reduced course load, a designated place to de-stress and the use of laptops and other technologies can make the difference between opting out of a program and thriving in secondary school and beyond.

The DVD includes an introduction to Asperger syndrome for classroom teachers, an ideal six minute orientation for teachers and other staff with little experience with students with Asperger Syndrome.

DVD Chapters:

  1. Introduction
  2. Transition Planning
  3. Secondary School Success Strategies
              - Intro
              - Assign an Adult As a Safe Supporter
              - Establish a Safe Haven
              - Self Advocacy and Self-Disclosure
              - Detailed Schedules
              - Reduced Course Load and Homework
              - The Hidden Curriculum
              - Academic Accommodations
  4. Asperger Syndrome — a Primer for Classroom Teachers
  5. Resources

This DVD is exclusively distributed by Parentbooks in Canada and by Autism Asperger Publishing Company (AAPC) in the US.

Also available in French — Stratégies de succès pour les élèves ayant le syndrome d’Asperger et l’autisme.

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Success Strategies for Teaching Kids with Autism. Wendy Ashcroft, Sue Argiro & Joyce Keohane, $27.99

The practical strategies in Success Strategies for Teaching Kids with Autism will help teachers to build successful programs and services for kids with autism and other special needs students. Including teacher-friendly overviews of the educational needs of students with autism and ideal teaching methods, this book looks at ways teachers can apply best practices for teaching a diverse population.


Supporting Children with Autistic Spectrum Disorders, 2nd Edition. Elizabeth Morling & Colleen O'Connell, $45.95

This practical resource contains a wealth of valuable advice and tried-and-tested strategies for identifying children and young people with Autistic Spectrum Disorders (ASD). This fully updated text describes the different types of difficulties experienced by pupils with ASD and helps practitioners to understand their diverse needs. This fully updated new edition explores key topics, including:

  • organizing the classroom and support staff
  • home-school liaison and working with siblings
  • transition to adulthood
  • independence skills
  • whole school implications

This invaluable guide provides guidance and practical strategies for teachers and other professionals, helping them to feel more confident, and be more effective in supporting learners in a variety of settings. For professional development, this book also provides materials for in-house training sessions, and features useful checklists, templates and photocopiable/downloadable resources.

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Supporting the IEP Process: a Facilitator’s Guide. Nicholas Martin, $33.95

This practical guide is filled with quick-reference tools and examples and offers a road map to success as parents and professionals work together toward their common goal: helping children reach their full potential.


Supporting Pupils on the Autism Spectrum in Secondary Schools. Cary Canavan, $62.90

Written to meet the needs of teaching assistants and learning support assistants, this book provides a practical toolkit for supporting students on the autistic spectrum in mainstream secondary schools.

The book offers a clear, jargon free explanation of autism spectrum conditions and examines the difficulties arising from these conditions and how they can impact on students’ learning. Addressing issues which arise on a daily basis, it is full of practical advice and strategies for supporting students socially and academically across all areas of the curriculum. Features include:

  • templates to scaffold students’ comprehension and learning in different subject areas
  • forms to help with information collection and evaluation
  • advice on supporting students through examinations
  • examples and case studies to illustrate how the strategies described work in practice

Packed with photocopiable resources that can be adapted to suit individual students’ needs, this book is essential reading for teaching assistants that want to help their students’ on the autism spectrum to reach their full potential.

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Tasks Galore: Creative Ideas for Teachers, Therapists, and Parents Working with Exceptional Children. Laurie Eckenrode, Pat Fennell & Kathy Hearsey, $60.95

Full-color pictorial series of multi-modal tasks, used in programs for children with autism. Applicable to any early education or leaning environment.

The authors are all current or former employees of TEACCH, and together have over sixty years of experience working with exceptional children and adults.


Tasks Galore for the Real World. Kathy Hearsey, Laurie Eckenrode & Pat Fennell, $60.95

Tasks Galore for the Real World, the second book in the Tasks Galore set, is a valuable tool for preparing older elementary students, adolescents, and adults for independence in the home, school, community, or workplace. Forty-three colorful photo pages present task ideas in these categories:

  • Developing and Teaching Functional Goals
  • Domestic Skills
  • Vocational Skills
  • Independent Living Skills
  • Job Sites & School Transition Ideas

Tasks Galore Let’s Play: Structured Steps to Social Engagement and Symbolic Play. Laurie Eckenrode, Kathy Hearsey, Pat Fennell & Beth Reynolds, $84.95

The fourth book in the popular Tasks Galore resource series for parents, teachers and therapists utilizes play as the program foundation for learning. These strategies are based on evolving evidence that teaching play skills can increase young children’s symbolic understanding and, thus, have an impact on their imitation, language and social skills.

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Tasks Galore Literature-Based Thematic Units. Laurie Eckenrode & Pat Fennell, $93.95

TASKS GALORE: LITERATURE-BASED THEMATIC UNITS, the fifth book in the popular resource series for parents, teachers, and therapists, integrates instruction across core curriculum areas by utilizing multisensory learning. 

Using the storybook, I’M HUNGRY, I’M HUNGRY, WHAT SHALL I DO? as a guide for creating literature-based thematic units, the authors have designed hands-on activities for use with young learners and students with special needs. The strategies employed encourage responsiveness to literature while enhancing vocabulary and language. Tasks illustrate how to make learning more meaningful by:

  • using organizational strategies and visual cues
  • connecting themes to everyday experiences
  • adapting skills for 21st century learning, and
  • individualizing for differing learning styles

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Teaching Adolescents with Autism: Practical Strategies for the Inclusive Classroom. Walter Kaweski, $19.95

Award-winning educator Walter Kaweski offers secondary teachers practical strategies and heartfelt insights based on his extensive experience as an autism specialist, inclusion coordinator, and father of a son with Asperger syndrome. Students with special needs often require extra support as they adjust to middle and high school and the changes that accompany adolescence. Without support, this time can be overwhelming. TEACHING ADOLESCENTS WITH AUTISM offers hundreds of valuable ideas to help support students with diverse needs.

Each chapter offers numerous personal stories that illustrate and reinforce strategies in a tangible way. Important concepts are augmented with bulleted lists, tables, figures, photographs, and cartoons drawn by a student with autism. This unique book takes the mystery out of teaching adolescents with autism and inspires teachers to appreciate the individuality of each student.


The Teaching Assistant’s Guide to Autistic Spectrum Disorders. Ann Cartwright & Jill Morgan, $29.95

This practical guide helps educational assistants and support workers understand ASDs and to develop effective strategies for enhancing the school experience of students on the autistic spectrum.


Teaching Children with High-Functioning Autism: Strategies for the Inclusive Classroom. Claire Hughes-Lynch, $27.95

TEACHING CHILDREN WITH HIGH-FUNCTIONING AUTISM is designed to provide practical ideas and support to teachers who have students with high-functioning autism in their classroom. This book provides realistic descriptions of autism in the classroom, ideas for working with a wide range of professionals and integrating the various therapies within a classroom, suggestions for assessing students' learning, and a range of teaching ideas from behavioral interventions to content-area instruction. With ideas for writing a very strong, helpful IEP as well as ways to accommodate and manage the social, language, and anxiety-related issues children with high-functioning autism face in a general education setting, this guidebook is sure to help all teachers serve their students with autism in the inclusive classroom.

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Teaching Children with High-Level Autism: Evidence from Families. Pamela LePage & Susan Courey, $43.95

TEACHING CHILDREN WITH HIGH-LEVEL AUTISM combines the perspectives of families and children with disabilities and frames these personal experiences in the context of evidence-based practice, providing teachers and professionals with vital information on how they can help children with high-level autism reach their full potential. Many children with high-level autism are capable of regulating their behaviors given the right interventions, and this cutting edge text explores multiple methods for helping such children succeed academically, socially, and behaviorally.


Teaching Math to People with Down Syndrome and Other Hands-On Learners: Strategies and Materials, 2nd Edition. DeAnna Horstmeier, $38.95

Children and adults with Down syndrome need math for the real world — counting with meaning, adding the scores in a game, and tracking time in order to keep to a schedule. Written in a straightforward and user-friendly style, the new second edition of Teaching Math to People with Down Syndrome provides strategies and activities that are relevant to daily living, are concrete and practical, offer hands-on practice, and provide opportunity for successful completion. It covers:

  • Pre-number Concepts
  • Counting
  • Recognition & Writing of Numbers
  • Time & Measurement
  • Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication & Division
  • Fractions
  • Money
  • Calculator Use

The included appendices, available to photocopy, are chockfull of over 150 activities — worksheets, games, and teaching aids — to practice math skills. Parents and teachers can use the comprehensive coverage of math concepts to tailor lessons to students’ needs at home and in the community, incorporate goals into IEPs, and help students access the general education curriculum.

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Teaching Students with Autism & Asperger's Syndrome in the Inclusive Classroom. Paula Kluth, $17.50 (Laminated Reference Guide)

Increasingly, special and general education teachers are collaborating in inclusive settings to educate students with Autism and Asperger's Syndrome. Furthermore, educators are finding that the differentiation of instruction for these students often results in better outcomes for all. This reference guide, written by Paula Kluth, author of YOU'RE GOING TO LOVE THIS KID provides a wide range of ideas for differentiating lessons, addressing behavior, fostering relationships, handling transitions and adapting the general education classroom for those students who present with the characteristics of Autism and Asperger's Syndrome. It includes essential information on the teaching of literacy and math, as well as tips to assist with homework. Valuable website/media/print resources are also provided.


Teaching Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders: a Step-by-Step Guide for Educators. Roger Pierangelo & George Giuliani, $48.95

Written by experts in special education and psychology, this user-friendly resource summarizes current research and presents a comprehensive overview of how to teach students with autism spectrum disorders (ASD). The authors discuss intervention strategies for implementing effective educational programs that give youngsters with ASD the opportunity to learn and interact with their peers.


Ten Things Your Student with Autism Wishes You Knew. Ellen Notbohm, $19.95

Ellen Notbohm’s first book, Ten Things Every Child with Autism Wishes You Knew was an instant hit with parents, educators and service providers. Now the unique perspective of the autistic child is back to:

  • Help us understand the thinking patterns that guide the child’s learning
  • See how we can create an environment conducive to their learning style
  • Communicate in meaningful ways

Ten Things Your Student with Autism Wishes You Knew is an affirming and compassionate look at how to take the most of every “teachable moment”.

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Visual Support for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders: Materials for Visual Learners. Vera Bernard Opitz & Anne Häußler, $49.95

This book offers practical ideas and teaching methods for using visual supports with students with autism spectrum disorders and other visual learners. With hundreds of colorful illustrations and step-by-step directions, this book lays the foundation for how to structure teaching environments, as well as offers countless examples of activities for students, ranging from basic skills, to reading and math, to social behavior.


What Did You Say? What Do You Mean? An Illustrated Guide to Understanding Metaphors. Jude Welton & Jane Telford, $2595

Children with autism or Asperger Syndrome (AS) have difficulty understanding figurative language because they use and comprehend language literally and expect words to mean exactly what they say. This can often lead to misunderstandings at home and in the classroom.

What Did You Say? What Do You Mean? looks at a hundred of the most common figures of speech in this visual workbook designed as a springboard for family and classroom discussions. Each figure of speech is accompanied by an illustration showing its literal meaning, which will help AS children recognize and learn to enjoy metaphors and figurative language. The book can be used by parents one-to-one with their ASD child. Teachers can also use the book as the basis for classroom work on figurative language.

What Did You Say? What Do You Mean? 120 Illustrated Metaphor Cards Plus Booklet with Information, Ideas and Instructions. Jude Welton & Jane Telford, $46.95

What Did You Say? What Do You Mean? metaphor cards present 60 common sayings in a fun, illustrated format, encouraging children to understand and play with metaphorical language. Although designed with children with Asperger Syndrome in mind, the cards are useful for all children. The accompanying booklet contains information and ideas for games and activities.

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With Open Arms: Creating School Communities of Support for Kids with Social Challenges Using Circle of Friends, Extracurricular Activities, and Learning Teams. Mary Schlieder, $27.50

With Open Arms: Creating School Communities of Support for Socially Challenged Kids provides practical, easy-to-use techniques for even the busiest school personnel. Using familiar case studies in an easy-to-read format, this manual provides step-by-step instructions for how to implement Circles of Friends, participation in extracurricular activities, and professional Learning Teams to create both accepting peers and staff. Written by a teacher ‘in the trenches,’ the book includes reproducible worksheets, Learning Team and Book Club study guides, Circle meeting forms and activities, charts, and checklists … everything you need to create your own supportive community for the kids you care about.


Working with Asperger Syndrome in the Classroom. Gill Ansell, $22.95

Having an array of effective strategies at your fingertips and understanding exactly why they work makes supporting children with Asperger Syndrome in the classroom a whole lot easier. This accessible, short and snappy guide to the basics will provide busy teachers and teaching assistants with everything they need to know to make their job easier, and to make a real difference to any student with AS in their care.

The book begins by exploring how children with AS operate and the implications this has for mainstream school settings. It goes on to give practical advice for one-on-one working, DIY resources for visual learners, tools for effective assessment, and much more. Information on how personal wellbeing can be maintained in potentially stressful situations is also included, and the concise chapters are ideal for dipping into as and when inspiration is needed. This book will be an essential resource for any teacher or teaching assistant supporting children with Asperger Syndrome.


You're Going to Love this Kid! Teaching Students with Autism in the Inclusive Classroom, 2nd Edition. Paula Kluth, $49.50

Thousands of educators have turned to You're Going to Love This Kid! for fresh ways to welcome and teach students with autism — and now the book teachers trust is fully revised and more practical than ever! Gathering feedback from teachers across the country during her popular workshops, autism expert Paula Kluth targeted this second edition to the specific needs of today's primary and secondary school educators.

Readers will also get updates on all of the other topics covered in the first edition, including fostering friendships, building communication skills, planning challenging and multidimensional lessons, and adapting the curriculum and the physical environment. And with the new first-person stories from people with autism and their teachers and parents, readers will have a better understanding of students on the spectrum and how to include them successfully.

A book that teachers will keep forever, this is the ultimate practical guide to including students with autism, teaching them effectively and sensitively, and appreciating the gifts they bring to the classroom.

You're Going to Love this Kid! A Professional Development Package, K-12. Paula Kluth, $187.50 (includes DVD & Facilitator's Guide)

What do great inclusive schools really look like? The answers are on this powerful DVD that will help make your school an inclusion success story.

Paula Kluth brings together more than a dozen of her colleagues for this complete professional development package on effective inclusion. Hosted by Paula and expanding on key lessons from her bestselling books and popular presentations, the 55-minute professional development video walks you through the what, why, and how of honoring and supporting all learners. Through clips of real teachers in successful inclusive classrooms and interviews with educators, administrators, a parent, and students, you'll discover practical ways to help your school become a stronger community where all learners use their unique gifts and achieve their full potential.

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Complete Booklist

Getting Started

Asperger Syndrome: What Teachers Need to Know. Matt Winter, $23.95

The Asperkid's Game Plan: Extraordinary Minds, Purposeful Play... Ordinary Stuff. Jennifer Cook O'Toole, $26.95

ASPERKIDS: an Insider’s Guide to Loving, Understanding, and Teaching Children with Asperger Syndrome. Jennifer Cook O’Toole, $27.95

The Autism Checklist: a Practical Reference for Parents and Teachers. Paula Kluth & John Shouse, $18.95

Autism: Classroom Strategies from A-Z. Wendy Ashcroft, Sue Argiro & Joyce Keohane, $15.95 (Laminated Reference Guide)

Autism Strategies for Middle Schools, A-Z. Wendy Ashcroft, Sue Argiro & Joyce Keohane, $15.95 (laminated reference guide)

Autism in Your Classroom: a General Educator's Guide to Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Deborah Fein & Michelle Dunn, $33.50

Basic Skills Checklist: Teacher-Friendly Assessment for Students with Autism or Special Needs. Marlene Breitenbach, $26.95

A Best Practice Guide to Assessment and Intervention for Autism Spectrum Disorder in Schools, 2nd Edition. Lee Wilkinson, $33.95

Creating Autism Champions: Autism Awareness Training for Key Stage 1 and 2. Joy Beaney, $39.95

Developing Flexibility Skills in Children and Teens with Autism: the 5P Approach to Thinking, Learning and Behaviour. Linda Miller, $49.95

Educating Students with Autism: a Quick Start Manual. Jo Webber & Brenda Scheuermann, $60.50

Educating Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders: Research-Based Principles and Practices. Edited by Dianne Zager, Michael Wehmeyer & Richard Simpson, $64.95

Educational Interventions for Students with Autism. Peter Mundy & Ann Mastergeorge, $33.00

From Text Maps to Memory Caps: 100 More Ways to Differentiate Instruction in K-12 Inclusive Classrooms. Paula Kluth & Sheila Danaher, $57.50 (K-12)

An Introduction to Children with Autism. Tammy Barry, $15.50

Keys to Success for Teaching Students with Autism: an Easy-to-Follow Guide for Teachers. Lori Ernsperger, $26.50

Lesson Plan a la Carte: Integrated Planning for Students with Special Needs. Valerie Paradiz, Todd Germain, Sarah Olivieri & Michelle DeFilice Haverly, $27.50

Making It a Success: Practical Strategies and Worksheets for Teaching Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Sue Larkey $21.95

Observation, Assessment and Planning in Inclusive Autism Education: Supporting Learning and Development. Carmel Conn, $60.95

1001 Great Ideas for Teaching and Raising Children with Autism Spectrum, 2nd Edition. Veronica Zysk & Ellen Notbohm, $35.50

Practical Mathematics for Children with an Autism Spectrum Disorder and Other Developmental Delays. Jo Adkins & Sue Larkey, $44.95

Practical Solutions for Stabilizing Students with Classic Autism to Be Ready to Learn: Getting to Go!  Judy Endow, $23.50

The PRT Pocket Guide: Pivotal Response Treatment for Autism Spectrum Disorders. Robert Koegel & Lynn Kern Koegel, $33.50

School Success for Kids with High-Functioning Autism: Practical Strategies for Parents and Teachers. Stephan Silverman, Lauren Kenworthy & Rich Weinfeld, $23.95

Setting Up Classroom Spaces that Support Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Susan Kabot & Christine Reeve, $32.95

Simple Strategies That Work! Helpful Hints for All Educators of Students with Asperger Syndrome, High-Functioning Autism, and Related Disabilities. Brenda Smith Myles et al, $28.95

Strategies at Hand: Quick and Handy Strategies for Working with Students on the Autism Spectrum. Robin Brewer & Tracy Mueller, $16.50

Success Strategies for Teaching Kids with Autism. Wendy Ashcroft, Sue Argiro & Joyce Keohane, $27.99

The Teaching Assistant's Guide to Autistic Spectrum Disorders. Ann Cartwright & Jill Morgan, $29.95

Teaching Students with Autism & Asperger's Syndrome in the Inclusive Classroom. Paula Kluth, $15.95 (Laminated Reference Guide)

Teaching Young Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Clarissa Willis, $28.95

Ten Things Your Student with Autism Wishes You Knew. Ellen Notbohm, $19.95

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Activities & Curriculum

Autism and Reading Comprehension: Ready-to-Use Lesson Plans for Teachers. Joseph Porter, $40.95

Autism Spectrum Disorders: Building Foundation Skills in Mathematics. Leslie Broun, $13.95 (Laminated Reference Guide)

Autism in Your Classroom: a General Educator's Guide to Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Deborah Fein & Michelle Dunn, $24.95

Climbing Art Obstacles in Autism: Teaching Visual-Motor Skills through Visually Structured Art Activities. Karen Loden Talmage & Vickie Dobrofsky, $58.95

Colour Coding for Learners with Autism: a Resource Book for Creating Meaning through Colour at Home and School. Adele Devine, $43.95

Drawing a Blank: Improving Comprehension for Readers on the Autism Spectrum. Emily Iland, $45.95

Effective Literacy Instruction for Students with Moderate or Severe Disabilities. Susan Copeland & Elizabeth Keefe, $35.95

The Essential Manual for Asperger Syndrome (ASD) in the Classroom: What Every Teacher Needs to Know. Kathy Hoopmann, $25.95

Gear Up for Success: a Three-Tiered Planning Model for Supporting Learners on the Autism Spectrum. Lisa Combs, Carol Dittoe & Susan Aebker, $30.50

Getting into the Game: Sports Programs for Kids with Autism. Veronica Smith & Stephanie  Patterson, $31.95

The Green Zone Conversation Book: Finding Common Ground in Conversation for Children on the Autism Spectrum. Joel Shaul, $29.95

Helping Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder Express their Thoughts and Knowledge in Writing: Tips and Exercises for Developing Writing Skills. Elise Geither & Lisa Meeks, $33.95

How Do I Teach This Kid? Visual Work Tasks for Beginning Learners on the Autism Spectrum. Kimberly Henry, $26.50

How Do I Teach This Kid to Read? Teaching Literacy Skills to Young Children with Autism, from Phonics to Fluency, Grades K-3. Kimberly Henry, $26.50

“I Hate To Write!” Cheryl Boucher & Kathy Oehler, $34.50

A Land We Can Share: Teaching Literacy to Students with Autism. Paula Kluth, & Kelly Chandler-Olcott, $39.95

Literacy Instruction for Inclusive Classrooms. Paula Kluth & Kelly Chandler-Olcott, $13.95 (Laminated Reference Guide)

Literacy Skill Development for Students With Special Learning Needs: a Strengths-Based Approach. Leslie Broun & Patricia Oelwein, $40.95

Math Exercises for Nonreaders. Anne Marie Johnson, $28.95

Quality Literacy Instruction for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Christina Carnahan & Pamela Williamson, Editors, $74.95

Strategies to Support Children with Autism and Other Complex Needs: Resources for Teachers, Support Staff, and Parents. Christine Macintyre, $50.30

Success Strategies for Students with Asperger Syndrome & Autism. Geneva Centre for Autism, $49.95 DVD format

Tasks Galore: Creative Ideas for Teachers, Therapists, and Parents Working with Exceptional Children. Laurie Eckenrode, Pat Fennell & Kathy Hearsey, $60.95

Tasks Galore for the Real World. Laurie Eckenrode et al, $60.95

Tasks Galore Let's Play: Structured Steps to Social Engagement and Symbolic Play. Laurie Eckenrode, Kathy Hearsey, Pat Fennell & Beth Reynolds, $84.95

Tasks Galore Literature-Based Thematic Units. Laurie Eckenrode & Pat Fennell, $93.95

Teaching Adolescents with Autism: Practical Strategies for the Inclusive Classroom. Walter Kaweski, $19.95

Teaching Children with High-Functioning Autism: Strategies for the Inclusive Classroom. Claire Hughes-Lynch, $27.95

Teaching Children with High-Level Autism: Evidence from Families. Pamela LePage & Susan Courey, $43.95

Teaching Math to People with Down Syndrome and Other Hands-On Learners: Strategies and Materials, 2nd Edition. DeAnna Horstmeier, $38.95

Teaching Mathematics to Middle School. Students with Learning Difficulties. Marjorie Montague & Asha Jitendra (eds), $30.50

Teaching Reading to Children with Down Syndrome: a Guide for Parents and Teachers. Patricia Oelwein, $32.50

Teaching Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders: a Step-by-Step Guide for Educators. Roger Pierangelo & George Giuliani, $48.95

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Program Development & Teaching Strategies

Accessing the Curriculum for Learners with Autism Spectrum Disorders: Using the TEACCH Programme to Help Children, 2nd Edition. Gary Mesibov & Marie Howley, $53.95

The ASD NEST Model: a Framework for Inclusive Education for Higher Functioning Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Edited by Shirely Cohen & Lauren Hough, $31.95

Asperger Syndrome in the Inclusive Classroom: Advice and Strategies for Teachers. Stacey Betts, Dion Betts & Lisa Gerber-Eckard, $23.95

Asperger's and Girls — Featuring Tony Attwood & Temple Grandin, plus 7 more experts. $26.95

Asperger's Syndrome: a Guide for Parents and Professionals. Tony Attwood, $18.95; DVD $109.95 – Volume 2: Anger Management/Teaching Teachers/Teenage Issues, DVD $109.95

Asperger’s Syndrome — That Explains Everything: Strategies for Education, Life, and Just About Everything Else. Stephen Bradshaw, $34.95

Autism Spectrum Disorders: Foundations, Characteristics and Effective Strategies. E. Amanda Boutot & Brenda Smith Myles, $77.00

Autism Spectrum Disorders in the Mainstream Classroom, Grades K-6. Barbara Boroson, $30.99

Autism with Severe Learning Difficulties, 2nd Edition. Rita Jordan, $23.95

Autistic Disorder Intervention Manual. Amy Antes & Samm House, $55.95

Been There, Done That, Finally Getting it Right, 2nd Edition: a Guide to Educational Planning for a Student with Autism. Jennifer Krumins, $24.95

Building Independence: How to Create and Use Structured Work Systems. Christine Reeve & Susan Kabot, $47.95

Children and Youth with Asperger Syndrome: Strategies for Success in Inclusive Settings. Brenda Smith Myles, $47.50

The Classroom and Communication Skills Program. Megan Ahlers & Colleen Hannigan Zillich, $25.50

Classroom Pivotal Response Teaching for Children with Autism. Aubyn Stahmer, Jessica Suhrheinrich, et al, $79.95

The Comprehensive Autism Planning System (CAPS) for Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders and Related Disabilities, 2nd Edition. Shawn Henry & Brenda Smith Myles, $47.95

Developing Language Comprehension Using Multisensory Activities. Marilyn Toomey, illustrated by Will Harney, $40.95

Educating Pupils with Autistic Spectrum Disorders: a Practical Guide. Martin Hanbury, $46.95

Educating Young Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders: a Guide for Teachers, Counselors, and Psychologists. Erin Barton & Beth Harn, $18.50

Educational Strategies for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders.  Julie Ivey, $15.95

The Educator's Guide to Teaching Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Josefa Ben-Arieh & Helen Miller, $34.95

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The Effective Teacher's Guide to Autism and Communication Difficulties: Practical Strategies, 2nd Edition. Michael Farrell, $38.95

Everyday Classroom Strategies and Practices for Supporting Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Jamie Bleiweiss, Lauren Hough & Shirley Cohen, $47.95

FB A to Z: Functional Behavior and Intervention Plans for Individuals with ASD. Ruth Aspy, Barry G. Grossman, Brenda Smith Myles & Shawn A. Henry, $34.50

The IEP from A to Z: How to Create Meaningful and Measurable Goals and Objectives. Diane Twachtman-Cullen & Jennifer Twachtman-Bassett, $35.95

Including Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders Into Less Restrictive Educational Settings. Edited by Joanne Gerenser & Mary McDonald, $32.95

Inclusive Programming for High School Students with Autism or Asperger's Syndrome. Sheila Wagner, $33.95

Just Give Him the Whale! 20 Ways to Use Fascinations, Areas of Expertise, and Strengths to Support Students with Autism. Paula Kluth & Patrick Schwarz, $27.95

Listen and Collaborate: Creating a Parent/Professional Partnership, Volume 1 Preschool & Elementary Students. Laurie Eckenrode, Pat Fennell & Kathy Hearsey, $25.95

Listen and Collaborate: Creating a Parent/Professional Partnership, Volume 2 Middle School, High School & Adult Learners. Laurie Eckenrode, Pat Fennell & Kathy Hearsey, $25.95

The Little Class with the Big Personality: Experiences of Teaching a Class of Young Children with Autism. Fran Hunnisett, $26.95

Making Inclusion Work for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders: an Evidence-Based Guide. Tristram Smith, $61.50

A Practical Guide for Teachers of Students with an Autism Spectrum Disorder in Secondary Education. Debra Costley, Elaine Keane, Trevor Clark & Kathie Lane, $33.95

Practical Ideas that Really Work for Students with Asperger Syndrome. Kathleen McConnell & Gail Ryser, $45.95

Practical Ideas that Really Work for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders, 2nd Edition. Kathleen McConnell & Gail Ryser, $49.95

Practical Solutions for Educating Young Children with High-Functioning Autism and Asperger Syndrome. Mary-Jane Weiss, $29.95

PUSH to Open. Lisa Combs, $28.50

The SCERTS Model: a Comprehensive Educational Approach for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders—Volume I, Assessment, Volume II, Program Planning & Intervention. Barry Prizant et al, Set, $172.50

Seven Keys to Unlock Autism: Making Miracles in the Classroom. Elaine Hall & Diane Isaacs, $29.95

Show Me the Data! RinaMarie Leon-Guerrero, Chris Matsumoto & Jaime Martin, $30.25

Stuck! Strategies. Janice Carroll & Terry Ellis Izraelevitz, $27.50

Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders: Effective Instructional Practices. L Heflin & Donna Alaimo, $62.40

Supporting Children with Autistic Spectrum Disorders, 2nd Edition. Elizabeth Morling & Colleen O'Connell, $45.95

Supporting the IEP Process: a Facilitator's Guide. Nicholas Martin, $33.95

Supporting Pupils on the Autism Spectrum in Primary Schools: a Practical Guide for Teaching Assistants. Cary Canavan, $57.50

Supporting Pupils on the Autism Spectrum in Secondary Schools. Cary Canavan, $62.90

Visual Support for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders: Materials for Visual Learners. Vera Bernard Opitz & Anne Häußler, $49.95

Working with Asperger Syndrome in the Classroom. Gill Ansell, $22.95

With Open Arms: Creating School Communities of Support for Kids with Social Challenges Using Circle of Friends, Extracurricular Activities, and Learning Teams. Mary Schlieder, $27.50

You're Going to Love this Kid! Teaching Students with Autism in the Inclusive Classroom, 2d Edition. Paula Kluth, $49.50

You're Going to Love this Kid! A Professional Development Package, K-12. Paula Kluth, $187.50 (includes DVD & Facilitator's Guide)

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For related titles, see our booklists on: Inclusive Classrooms; Differentiated Instruction; Developmental Disabilities in the Classroom; Autism Professional Resources; Asperger Syndrome Resources for Professionals; Special Needs Teacher Resources List

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