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The ABA Graphing CD. Stimulus Publications, $28.95

A preformatted Excel® spreadsheet that allows you to enter date for up to 30 different ABA programs. Entered data automatically updates an individualized graph for that program. Includes a detailed, step-by-step guide describing how to create a professional, organized and interpretable ABA graph.


Alert Program CD: Songs for Self-Regulation. Mary Sue Williams & Sherry Shellenberger, $27.95

Delight parents, teachers, and children with this instructional, yet playful CD set. One of the CD's highlights excerpts from the Leader's Guide and the Introductory Booklet read by the authors. The other CD offers songs to support children (ages 5-12) to function optimally at school, at home, and in therapy sessions. All songs are coded so the listener will know whether they help to alert, calm, or both alert and calm the nervous system.


An Animated Introduction to Asperger Syndrome. Biomation, $33.95 (30 minutes) DVD

Living with Asperger's Syndrome can be difficult, and explaining it to others can often seem more of a challenge than coping with AS itself. This short, simple and accessible film explains through a series of lively animations what AS is, what it feels like and how it can be helped, in a way that is both informative and easy to understand.

Created by children in conjunction with professional animators, this highly entertaining film concisely summarizes the basics of AS, enabling viewers of all ages to gain a real insight into the condition. Using a winning combination of humour and frank discussion to explore AS, the DVD comprises a main feature film, which is complemented by an array of vox pops, interviews, slideshows, and other additional material, documenting how the film was made and further exploring what AS means to different people.

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ARTS: a Film About Possibilities, Disabilities & the ARTS by Keri Bowers. $35.95 DVD

ARTS explores the possibilities of creating commercial and personal successes for young artists with various disabilities when encouraged and paired with professional artists working in a field closely related to the artists’ area of talent. From fine art, including painting, drawing and photography, to writing, music, drama and other forms of art, the film explores how the arts can create invaluable opportunities for development and growth for persons with disabilities. From social and life skill development, to self-esteem and self-awareness, the film concludes that for those with artistic gifts, career goals can be achieved.


Asperger Syndrome: a Different Mind DVD. Simon Baron-Cohen, $46.95 (29 minutes) DVD

Narrated by Simon Baron-Cohen, this DVD presents viewers with the opportunity to both see and hear about the nature of Asperger Syndrome from children and adults themselves who have AS, as well as from their family members and school teachers. With video footage from a range of contexts, including leisure time at home, lessons and playtime at school and individual accounts of experiences of AS, it provides immediate insight into the lives of six individuals aged 5 to 22 … This is an excellent introduction to Asperger Syndrome for parents, teachers and other professionals.


Asperger Syndrome and Employment: a Personal Guide for Succeeding at Work. Nick Dubin, $34.95 (43 minutes) DVD

People with Asperger Syndrome can find it difficult to work in an environment that involves socialization with colleagues or a lack of routine. Asperger Syndrome and Employment shows how success in the workplace is possible with perseverance and with the right supports and strategies in place. Nick Dubin discusses his own experiences at work and highlights challenges common among employees with AS. Dubin advises how to succeed in the workplace and offers practical advice on finding employment in line with your interests, making use of job coaches, developing self-esteem, using your strengths and being honest to yourself and others about your weaknesses.

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Asperger Syndrome: Transition to College and Work. Coulter Video, $13.95 (57 minutes) DVD

Asperger Syndrome: Transition to College and Work offers practical steps that students can take during high school to help them prepare for college and the work place. The DVD includes techniques to help students understand their role in the transition process; obtain special education services at their college and to learn how to be self-advocates. Tips on finding a career field that uses their interests, strengths and talents round out this valuable and practical learning tool.


Asperger Syndrome at Work: Success Strategies for Employees and Employers. Coulter Video, $25.95 DVD

Featuring interviews with employees who have Asperger Syndrome and insights from their supervisors, co-workers and job coaches, this DVD has a 45 minute program for job seekers and a second, 23 minute program for employers on the benefits of hiring someone with Asperger Syndrome.


Asperger’s, Autism & Girls: Understanding & Appreciating the Female Perspective, DVD. Tony Attwood, $57.95

In this insightful presentation, Dr. Tony Attwood describes the unique challenges of women and girls with autism and Asperger's Syndrome. Addressing the rapid increase of women and girls with autism spectrum disorders, as well as the large number who remain misdiagnosed, he also covers the practical solutions school systems can implement, social challenges, and issues such as navigating puberty, transitioning to work or university, and the importance of careers.

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Asperger's Syndrome, Volume 1: a Guide for Parents and Professionals. Tony Atwood, $121.95

The Special Edition DVD presents key information for parents and educators new to the world of Asperger's Syndrome


Asperger's Syndrome, Volume 2: Anger Management, Teaching Teachers, Teenage Issues. Tony Atwood, $121.95

This new DVD complements the Guide for Parents and Professionals with concrete advice in three important inter-related areas.


Autism and Me. Rory Hoy, $34.95 (20 minutes) DVD

Only people with autism truly know what it's like to be autistic — and even then, every autistic individual is unique! This award-winning short film by Rory Hoy, an 18-year-old filmmaker with autism, provides a privileged glimpse into his autistic world, letting us take a journey through his everyday experience and see it through his eyes … This engaging, insightful and light-hearted film will be invaluable to people with autism, their friends and family, and to professionals working with them. A booklet explaining the film, also compiled by the author, accompanies the DVD.

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Autism Movement Therapy: AUT-EROBICS. Joanne Lara, $33.95 (68 minutes) DVD

A unique sensory integration breakthrough program of dance and music specifically designed for young people with autism that improves motor and cognitive skills in a fun and creative way.


AUTISM: the Musical. Directed by Tricia Regan, $28.95 (93 minutes) DVD

AUTISM: the Musical counters today’s bleak statistics with one woman’s optimistic pledge to lead a group of autistic children in defying diagnosed expectations by writing, rehearsing and performing their own full-length musical. Following five Los Angeles children over the course of six months, director Tricia Regan captures the struggles and triumphs of their family lives and observes how this musical production gives these performers a comfort zone in which they can explore their creative sides.

Both on and off stage, AUTISM: the Musical is a call-to-arms, bringing attention to a modern-day epidemic, all the while celebrating the way the human spirit can overcome any challenge.

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Autism: the Road Back. Directed by Sharon Bartlett & Maria LeRose, $19.95 (54 minutes) DVD

Autism: the Road Back charts the personal journey of three families with children who have been diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder. It talks to parents, service providers, and experts in the field about assessment, diagnoses, and options available for treatment, and provides guidance for families trying to navigate their way through the challenges of ASD in the first six years of their child's life.


Autism Spectrum Disorders. Glenis Benson, $65.50 (39 minutes) DVD

This comprehensive overview of autism spectrum disorders from a developmental perspective looks at cognitive styles, social behaviors, support strategies and more.


Be a Friend: Songs for Social Skills Training CD. Jed Baker & Jeffrey Friedberg, $17.95

16 fun songs that teach kids about making and maintaining friendships. Kids ages 2 - 9 years old, enjoy learning from these songs - but older kids (and some adults) may also find them helpful. 

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Being Bullied: Strategies and Solutions for People with Asperger’s Syndrome. Nick Dubin, $41.95 (30 minutes) DVD

Bullying is a serious problem in schools and children who display “different” behaviors are particularly at risk. Being Bullied describes the various types of peer abuse and the devastating consequences, such as poor self-esteem, low academic achievement, depression, or even suicide.

Narrated by Nick Dubin and featuring footage of his own childhood that illustrates behaviors that made him an easy target for bullies, the film also includes the stories of three individuals with Asperger's Syndrome who talk about their experiences of being bullied. The DVD outlines practical strategies and shows children and young people who are being bullied a chance to see that they are not alone. Being Bullied will be a valued resource for parents, educators and professionals.


A Child Unlike Any Other. Directed by Anna Barczewska, $14.95 (11 minutes) DVD

Jan Maka was a child like any other, until his family's lives were turned upside down when it was discovered he had autism. Through the voice of Jan's devoted mother and the comments of specialists, this touching short film introduces us to the demanding daily reality of autism.


A Closer Look at Preschool: Beginning Playskills. $36.95 DVD (90 minutes)

A Closer Look at Preschool: Beginning Playskills uses video modeling to teach preschool children the functional play skills crucial to their development and ability to join in and play successfully with others.

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Connections. Jessica Curry, $58.95 (2 CD set plus manual)

Connections is a double CD collection of original music, songs, stories and games for children and young adults across the autistic spectrum.

  • Over two hours of music
  • Comprehensive track-by-track guide and lyrics
  • Variety of musical styles
  • Relaxation tracks
  • Suitable for home or school use
  • Encourages development of a wide range of skills

Cool Bananas: Favorite Kids’ Rhythms for Calming, Cool Downs and Bedtime Routines. Genevieve Jereb, $23.95 CD

Enchanting favorite children’s songs sung at 50 to 70 bpm (beats per minute) to support the dysregulated child during playtime, bath time, car rides and other unstructured intervals. These soothing rhythms and songs can also be used for quiet times or quiet therapies and bedtime routines.


Dealing with Frustration: Video Modeling for Children with Autism DVD. Coach's Playbook Series, $12.95

Video modeling is an effective way to help children learn social skills. This DVD helps children learn how to remain calm when experiencing frustration.

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Difficult Moments for Children and Youth with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Brenda Smith Myles, $33.95, (25 minutes) DVD

Daily life can present stress to all of us, but for individuals with autism spectrum disorders everyday life can be particularly challenging. When not addressed early on, stress can quickly escalate, culminating in full-blown rage. Fortunately, there are signs along the way, if only we know what to look for. In this DVD, Brenda Smith Myles, co-author of Asperger Syndrome and Difficult Moments: Practical Solutions for Tantrums, Rage and Meltdowns, shares her unique insights about the rage cycle along with interventions for each stage, including recommendations for adult behavior.


A Different Life: Rosie’s Story. Eye Television, UK. $32.95 (23 minutes; ages 5 – 11) DVD

The story of an autistic girl with an extraordinary view of the world, this DVD explains autism in child-friendly terms. Rosie is a girl with classic autism and here is her story, told through the eyes of her brother. A Different Life: Rosie’s Story is aimed at children aged 5 to 11.


Dr. Temple Grandin & Eustacia Cutler: Autism Q & A. Jennifer McIlwee Myers, $26.95 DVD

In this compelling conversation, Temple Grandin and her mother, Eustacia Cutler discuss their lives together, challenges, and opinions on autism practices.

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Experiencing Autism.  Together for Autism/Autism Ontario, $30.00 DVD

Students will gain a real appreciation of what it may be like to live with autism through five simulation activities. This flexible tool will provide insights into a disorder that few can understand or comprehend. (Grades 4 – 9; 17 minutes)


Fitting In and Having Fun. Social Skills Training Video Series, $72.95 DVD

In order to be socially successful, children must learn to notice and "read" the social cues and messages that people use to communicate. Fitting In and Having Fun aims to stimulate a child's perception of social situations by visually showing them how to decode and interpret information from others. It also helps them to be more aware of their own body language and the messages they are sending. The target viewer is an elementary school-aged child who is ready to learn about the intricacies of social interactions. Social interactions are broken down, showing both the negative and positive consequences of how a child interacts and responds in social settings. As the child becomes aware of other people's perspectives, they can learn what to do differently to affect a better outcome.


Fitting In and Having Fun: Confident and In Control. Social Skills Training Video Series, $72.95 DVD

An important component to making and keeping friends is having the ability to control strong emotions and impulses. This DVD empowers children by showing them what they can do differently, in emotionally charged situations, to stay in control. It shows them how to stay calm to work out disagreements and create compromises.

Geared toward mainstreamed elementary school-aged children, it breaks down complex social interactions by showing the consequences, both positive and negative, attached to how the child interacts with others and how they choose to respond in social situations.

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Fitting In and Having Fun: Moving On to Middle School. Social Skills Training Video Series, $72.95 DVD

Children who are not prepared to face the daily challenges of middle school can quickly become overwhelmed. Students in middle school want and need to become more independent. To do this they must learn how to read and understand more complex social situations, regulate their emotions and solve more of their problems on their own. This DVD gives tips and advice on how students can handle the many new and complex situations that commonly arise. It helps them to create strategies they can use to improve their organizational, academic, and social skills.


Fitting In and Having Fun: High School Life. Social Skills Training Video Series, $72.95 DVD

The fourth volume in the Fitting In and having Fun DVD Series models tools that help teens in grades 7-12 develop positive relationships, and strategies to improve self-regulation skills — a key component to happiness and well-being. Social situations reviewed include:

  • Showing empathy

  • Manners count
  • Dealing with stress
  • Sharing conversations
  • Classroom protocol
  • Staying calm to problem solve
  • Embarrassing situations
  • Getting organized
  • Falling head over heels
  • Bonus: Peer mentors advice

Functional Curriculum CD-ROM. POPARD Press, $140.00

The Provincial Resource Program for Autism & Related Disorders (PRPARD) is an educational program based in British Columbia. The Functional Curriculum was developed by teachers and teaching assistants of the PRPARD to meet the needs of students needing extensive intervention to acquire those life skills necessary for living adult lives as independently as possible.

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The Hidden Curriculum DVD: Teaching what is Meaningful. Brenda Smith Myles, $44.95, (46 minutes) DVD

Using common, familiar examples, Brenda Smith Myles emphasizes the importance of teaching hidden curriculum items directly to individuals with autism spectrum disorders and social-cognitive challenges. This DVD is a great companion to the book Hidden Curriculum: Practical Solutions for Understanding Unstated Rules in Social Situations, co-authored by Smith Myles, delivering a clear presentation on understanding and teaching the unspoken social rules of everyday life.


How to Play with Others: Video Modeling for Children with Autism DVD. Coach's Playbook Series, $12.95

Video modeling is an effective way to help children learn social skills. This DVD helps children learn how to initiate play with other children.


Interactive Reading Software Library 1. Joan Green, $125.00

How Many? • What Color Is It? • I Go to School • Things I Do At Home • Action: Verbs with Who, What and Where Questions • Sounds Good to Me: Phonics and the Alphabet • The Ups and Downs of Opposites • How Do I Feel? An Interactive Reading Book of Emotions

Interactive Reading Software Library 2. Joan Green, $115.95

I Have Feelings Too! An Interactive Reading Book of Emotions for Teens, Adults and Seniors • What Happened and Why: Inferences and Reasoning Activities • Pigs in Space: Prepositions, Animals and Rhyming Words • Who’s On First: Sequencing • Meet the Word Family • What’s it For: Function and Categorizing • What Do I Do: Appropriate School Behavior • What Do I Say: Social Responses

These interactive books for children have proven to be powerful learning aids for all beginning readers. The books are fun and rewarding for children with and without special needs. These two software discs contain all 16 books of the popular Interactive Reading Book series. The software reads the books aloud with highlighted text and lets the student click on any word for identification. It features picture-to-picture and picture-to-word matching exercises with a speech recording option. Includes an easy-to-use management system that lets you select specific books and activities for each student to work on and stores their performance results. Windows only.

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Intricate Minds: Understanding Classmates with Asperger Syndrome. Coulter, $23.95 (12 minutes) DVD

Candid interviews with teenagers designed to promote positive interactions between classmates and reduce harassment and bullying. This innovative programme takes viewers “inside” AS, with demonstrations to help them see things from the point of view of teens with Asperger Syndrome.


Intricate Minds II: Understanding Elementary School Classmates with Asperger Syndrome. Coulter, $23.95 (16 minutes) DVD

An elementary school version of the highly successful Intricate Minds programme for teenagers, Intricate Minds II includes interviews with boys and girls aged 8 through 12 who describe what it’s like to have Asperger Syndrome. They reveal some of the positive qualities classmates will find if they take the time to understand and look past the “different” behaviours kids with AS sometimes exhibit. The programme also takes viewers “inside” AS, with demonstrations to help them see things from the perspective of kids with Asperger Syndrome.


Intricate Minds III: Understanding Elementary School Classmates Who Think Differently. Coulter, $23.95 (17 minutes) DVD

This video is an elementary school version of the highly successful Intricate Minds programme designed for middle and high school students. It includes interviews with boys and girls aged 8 through 12 who describe what it’s like to have conditions that make them act differently at school. Intricate Minds III can help classmates avoid the trap of ignoring or teasing kids who have trouble fitting in. Kids who understand the reasons for different student behaviours are much more likely to accept them socially and include them in activities.

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Introduction to Teaching Language to Children with Autism or Other Developmental Disabilities. James Partington,  $83.95 DVD

This DVD provides an overview of B. F. Skinner’s functional analysis of language to parents, educators, and other practitioners. A review of the primary types of expressive language skills (verbal operants) is included along with video clip demonstrations of effective teaching methods. Viewers will learn how to assess a child’s language abilities, and how to design and implement an appropriate language intervention program. A major emphasis is placed on identifying methods to enhance and utilize motivational variables to teach language in both structured teaching sessions and in daily activities. Techniques for coordinating the ongoing decision making necessary for effective language intervention and methods of data collection and tracking are also presented.


ISPEEK at Home: Over 1300 Visual Communication Images on CD-ROM. Janet Dixon, $52.95

ISPEEK at School: Over 1300 Visual Communication Images on CD-ROM. Janet Dixon, $54.95

The collection of 1300 picture symbols on each ISPEEK CD-ROM provides easy-to-use and enjoyable tools for overcoming communication difficulties in children with autistic spectrum disorders. Each CD-ROM also provides useful word templates to inspire teachers, parents and carers in putting together daily schedules, as well as PDF samples to assist them in setting up visual aids for children with autism, helping them to interact better with their home or school environment. These bright, contemporary and culturally various symbols will be a welcome communication aid for parents, carers and other professionals working with people on the autism spectrum at home and school.

  • ISPEEK at Home contains symbols for a wide range of situations typically encountered in the home and beyond, from feelings and facial expressions to health, hygiene and holidays.
  • ISPEEK at School can be applied to a wide range of situations typically encountered at school, from social skills to school curricula, work and break times. These are also suitable for parents and carers to use at home, covering the important themes of transitions and independence.

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Kids’ Meals Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free Cooking Instruction DVD. Jean Duane, $27.95 (Recipe booklet included)

Maintaining a gluten-free, dairy-free diet is made easier with this instructional DVD. The meals presented in this instructional DVD will satisfy the urge for comforting, delicious foods and along the way you’ll learn cooking techniques that will empower you in the kitchen.


Know the Code at School: a Social Skill Training Program. Attainment Company Inc., $53.95 DVD

Know the Code presents social skills in a lively, story-based format. Includes six segments: A Day at School, Charles Gets Teased, Dion Scores, Kristi’s First Day, Shana and the Secret and Tameka and the Bully. Two engaging hosts analyze social skills for classroom discussion. 60 min. CC, with 24 pg. video guide.


Life and Learning with Autistic Spectrum ‘Diffability’. Wendy Lawson, $113.95 DVD (154 minutes) DVD

A counselor, social worker and psychologist, Wendy Lawson is well-known and respected for her writing and workshops based on her own experiences as a person with autism. Her research seeks to explore what being differently-abled means in a world of neuro-diversity. This DVD comprises Wendy's full 2.5-hour presentation, during which she explains the workings of the autistic mind from her own insightful and often humorous perspective.

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Living with Asperger's: Life Skills for People on the Spectrum DVD. Jennifer McIlwee Myers, $54.95

Living with Asperger's is a DVD for parents, Aspie's, anyone with sensory issues or on the autism spectrum, and anyone who works with them! Jennifer has a lifetime of personal experience with Asperger's syndrome and Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD), so her concrete ideas of what worked and didn't work for her actually are fascinating.  She openly talks about the innovative ways she learned to navigate the world of the "normal" people. She would be good enough to listen to just for those things, but the fact that she's straight-forward and laces it all with a hearty sense of humor creates a riveting presentation you won't forget.


Look Mom! I Have Good Manners. Thinkeroo Studios, Elementary Social Skills, $17.95 (for ages 5 & up; 30 minutes) DVD

Where does your napkin go? Do you have to share all your toys? What's the proper way to tell someone they have a phone call? Why should you raise your hand in school? Is it okay to double-dip a chip? Kids will laugh and learn as they play along with friendly and humorous host Willy Dooright in this hilarious game show "Look Mom, I Have Good Manners". Interactive, fun and entertaining, Look Mom, I Have Good Manners shows viewers that manners are more than just a bunch of stuffy, boring rules. The program demonstrates manners are a guide to help people get along with each other through simple-kindness, consideration, respect and common sense.


Managing Puberty, Social Challenges, and (Almost) Everything Else: a Video Guide for Girls. Coulter Video, $31.95 DVD (ages 10 and up)

This DVD for girls nearing or going through puberty builds their knowledge, confidence and self-esteem. The program covers physical, mental and social changes, including clear explanations of menstruation and conception using drawings of the female and male reproductive systems. While appropriate for any girl, it's especially helpful for young women diagnosed with Asperger Syndrome or autism requiring support, or who are naturally shy. The video's content advisers include parents, psychologists, teachers, counselors, autism education experts, an OB-GYN doctor and, most importantly, girls. The program is divided into chapters, so parents and professionals can choose which subjects to share with girls based on their stages of development, and answer their questions afterward. Schools will find this a valuable addition to sex education programs.

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Making a Difference: the Video Collection. Together for Autism/Autism Ontario, $150.00; DVD

This compilation DVD contains all seven video selections (5 English & 2 French) created by Together for Autism to date:

Meet My Brother (2003) Brothers and sisters are often the greatest supporters of siblings with autism. This is a moving story about a boy with autism, as told by his sister, Meagan. It shows day-to-day home and school events as well as some suggestions for being a friend. (Grades K – 3; 9 minutes)

A Chance to be Me (2004) This story is about three students who are affected quite differently by autism. What makes these three unique is not that they have autism, but that they have close friendships and acceptance in their school community. (Grades 7 – 10; 22 minutes)

My Friend Dylan (2005) Feelings & understanding are the main focus of a group of students who want to get to know their classmate Dylan. They share what they learned and how they taught others. (Grades 3 – 6; 10 minutes)

Experiencing Autism (2006) Wonder what it feels like to have autism? Why do people with autism do what they do? Watch these 5 simulations or replicate them to gain valuable insights into autism. (Grades 4 – 9; 17 minutes)

What Do You See When You See Me? (2007) This video profiles four young teenagers with autism and Aspergers who are thriving in grades six, seven and eight. In their own words, each student provides personal insights into their disability and offers strategies and attitudes that have been particularly beneficial to them. (Grades 6 & up; 15 minutes)

«Vivre» l’autisme (2006) Grâce à cinq activités de simulation, les élèves comprendront mieux ce que vivent les personne autistes. Cette video offrira un aperçu sur un trouble que peu de personnes comprennent réellement. (Auditoire visé: les enfants de la 4e à la 9e année. 17 minutes)

Mon Amie Dylan (2007) Dans cette vidéo, les camarades de classe de Dylan partagent leurs sentiments à son égard et nous parlent de leur relation avec elle. Ils offrent des suggestions et des idées qui les ont aidés à mieux connaître Dylan. (Auditoire visé: les enfants de la 3e à la 6e année. Environs 10 minutes)

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The Model Me Kids Video Series for Modeling Social Skills DVDs

THE MODEL ME KIDS VIDEO SERIES FOR MODELING SOCIAL SKILLS were created for children and youth with autism, Asperger syndrome, nonverbal learning disorders, social anxiety, learning disabilities and other developmental delays. The DVDs demonstrate a wide variety of social skills and are great teaching tools for visual learners.

MODEL ME KIDS TEACHING MANUALS AND STUDENT WORKBOOKS complement the video modeling DVDs and help extend the lessons taught in the live-action DVDs. These resources help teach social skills at home, in a classroom, social skills group, or other teaching setting. The Teaching Manual comes complete with lesson plans and the Student Workbook has numerous social skills worksheets and activities. Sold separately from the DVDs.

Teachers - Speech Language Pathologists - 
School Psychologists - Autism Service Providers
Model Me Kids® Autism Training Workshops

Model Me Kids® now offers professional training workshops. Schedule an in-service workshop for your school, designed to teach staff how to implement social skills training for children with autism using video modeling. For more information, or to schedule a training workshop, please contact: info@modelmekids.com

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Model Me Interactive™: Practicing Conversation CD-ROM, $73.95 (Ages 7-13)

MODEL ME INTERACTIVE™: PRACTICING CONVERSATION combines video modeling teaching tools with the interactive capability of software. First, video models a conversation between children. Then, the student practices the conversation using a webcam. The practice conversation is recorded and a feedback area allows teachers to comment on and grade a student's recordings.

The interactive conversation can be prompted with text or this feature may be turned off once the user becomes familiar with the lines. The text prompts may be changed by the user for an endless number of possible responses to the conversation prompts. The software is intuitive and easy to use. Clear text buttons allow for navigation by young users.

Ages 15 to 21:

Model Me Job Skills. Watch as young adults model social skills helpful for gaining and maintaining employment — from interviews and greetings, to understanding rules and workplace expectations. The DVD comes with bonus software that combines video modeling teaching tools with the interactive capability of software, allowing a student to practice a conversation using a webcam. DVD, $49.95 (80 minutes)

Ages 9 to 17:

Model Me Confidence & Bullying Prevention. Modelling skills to prevent bullying and build self-esteem. DVD, $43.95 (63 minutes); Teaching Manual and Student Workbook Set, $70.95; Teaching Manual & 4 Student Workbooks $102.95; 5 Student Workbooks $102.95

Model Me Conversation Cues. Modelling conversation skills. DVD, $42.95 (68 minutes); Teaching Manual and Student Workbook Set, $70.95; Teaching Manual & 4 Student Workbooks $102.95; 5 Student Workbooks $102.95

Model Me Friendship. Modelling how to initiate and maintain friendships. DVD, $43.95 (75 minutes); Teaching Manual and Student Workbook Set, $70.95; Teaching Manual & 4 Student Workbooks $102.95; 5 Student Workbooks $102.95

Model Me Movement, Balance & Calming. Movement activities developed by an Occupational Therapist to improve balance, increase core strength, and promote self-calming.  DVD, $45.00 (60 minutes)

Model Me Organization & Motivation. Modelling skills for staying organized and persisting. DVD, $45.00 (63 minutes); Teaching Manual and Student Workbook Set, $73.95; Teaching Manual & 4 Student Workbooks $102.95; 5 Student Workbooks $102.95

Model Me Tips and Tricks. Demonstrating social skills tips and tricks. DVD, $42.95 (67 minutes); Teaching Manual and Student Workbook Set, $70.95; Teaching Manual & 4 Student Workbooks $102.95; 5 Student Workbooks $102.95

Ages 5 to 12:

Model Me I Can Do It! Presents social skills in the context of challenging circumstances. It features elementary school-aged children demonstrating appropriate behavior in a variety of difficult situations. DVD, $42.95 (53 minutes)

Model Me Time for a Playdate. Presents social skills in the context of several playmates. It features elementary school-aged children demonstrating appropriate social skills on a playdate. DVD, $45.00 (67 minutes); Teaching Manual and Student Workbook Set, $70.95; Teaching Manual & 4 Student Workbooks $102.95; 5 Student Workbooks $102.95

Model Me Time for School. Presents social skills in the context of school. It features elementary school-aged children demonstrating appropriate social skills in the classroom, library, on the playground, and in the hallway. DVD, $43.95 (61 minutes); Teaching Manual and Student Workbook Set, $70.95; Teaching Manual & 4 Student Workbooks $102.95; 5 Student Workbooks $102.95

Ages 3 to 14:

Model Me Airplane. Presents the essential elements of air travel. Follow Owen as he goes through the airport, security, and boarding. Then join him on the plane as he listens to the flight attendant, buckles his seatbelt, and enjoys the plane ride. DVD, $37.95 (50 minutes)

Ages 2 to 8:

Model Me Faces and Emotions. Watch as young children demonstrate a wide range of faces and emotions. This is a great teaching tool for visual learners. DVD, $35.95 (27 minutes)

Model Me Going Places. Models appropriate behavior in community locations including the hairdresser, grocery store, dentist, doctor, mall, and more. DVD, $37.95 (42 minutes)

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Model Me Training: Practical Strategies for Using Video Modeling for Teaching Social Skills to Children with Autism. Elizabeth Delsandro & Jennifer Cerbasi, $42.95 (2 DVD set)

This workshop examines video modeling as an evidence-based method of improving social skills in children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Children with ASD often have social skills deficits that interfere with success. Video modeling has been found to be an efficient and effective method of teaching social skills to children with ASD. This DVD workshop addresses how to implement a video modeling program, pairing video modeling with other social skills training approaches, and strategies for generalization of skills.

This recorded video of our live professional training workshop is for teachers, therapists, paraprofessionals, speech language pathologists, and Autism service providers. Run Time: DVD 1 approx. 83 minutes, DVD 2 approx. 64 minutes


More Than Words: Promoting the Communication Development of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and Other Social Communication Challenges. The Hanen Centre, $55.00 (18 months to 5 years) DVD

This easy-to-use DVD is an invaluable tool for both parents and professionals who support preschool children with social and communication challenges, such as autism spectrum disorder. A companion to Hanen’s popular More Than Words guidebook, the DVD brings to life the research-based strategies parents can use in everyday activities to foster their children’s communication skills.


A Mother’s Courage: Talking Back to Autism. A Film by Fridrik Thor Fridrikson. $31.95 (DVD, 103 minutes)

Margret, whose ten-year-old son Keli is severely autistic, has tried a number of treatments to help her son. Consumed by an unquenchable thirst for knowledge about this mysterious and complex condition, she travels from her home in Iceland to the United States and Europe, meeting with top autism experts and advocates.

She also connects with several other families touched by autism, whose struggles echo her own. And as she comes across innovative new therapies with the potential to break down the walls of autism, Margret finds hope that her son may be able to express himself on a level she never thought possible.

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My Friend Dylan. Together for Autism/Autism Ontario, $30.00 (10 minutes, Grades 2 to 6) DVD

Dylan is an eight year old girl with autism who goes to school in a most supportive environment. What is most important and touching is the support of her friends. In this ten minute video, designed for children in grades 2 to 6, Dylan's classmates share their feelings about her and their views on the relationships they share. Offering tips and insight on what they've found helpful in getting to know Dylan it becomes obvious that they're benefiting enormously from their friendship with her.

Mon amie Dylan: Qu'allons-nous apprendre? Dans cette vidéo, les camarades de classe de Dylan partagent de leurs sentiments à son égard et nous parlent de leur relation avec elle. Ils offrent des suggestions et des idées qui les ont aidés à mieux connaître Dylan. Auditoire visé: les enfants de la 3e à la 6e année. Environs 10 minutes, $30.00 DVD


No Fishing Allowed: Reel In Bullying. Carol Gray & Judy Williams. DVD Kit $82.95; Student Workbook $7.95; Teacher Manual $16.50

No Fishing Allowed is a violence prevention program that addresses various elements of bullying behaviors. Through the use of the Teacher’s Manual, Student Workbook and accompanying DVD (each sold separately), this program:

  • Emphasizes empowerment strategies for all students who are affected by bully/target relationships
  • Provides teachers with information, ideas and activities to address bullying attempts and other unfriendly social interactions
  • Allows teachers to organize efforts toward establishing peaceful, friendly and accepting learning environments for all students

Normal People Scare Me. Taylor Cross, Keri Bowers & Joey Travolta, $39.50 (90 minutes) DVD

Normal People Scare Me is a feature-length documentary sharing first-person accounts of life and living with autism. Created by Taylor Cross, a 17 year old aspiring film maker with high functioning autism, Normal People Scare Me highlights over 65 interviews conducted by Cross with people with Asperger’s syndrome or autism. His probing questions and offbeat humour will entertain and educate viewers, and dispel some of the mystique surrounding autism spectrum disorders.

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On the Spectrum: Children and Autism DVD. A First Signs Presentation, $64.95 (24 minutes) DVD

On the Spectrum: Children and Autism is a 24-minute educational video designed to enable pediatric practitioners, clinicians, and early childhood educators to recognize the early warning signs of autism spectrum disorders in early childhood and to understand the impact of early and appropriate intervention. The video outlines the diagnostic criteria for autism spectrum disorders, provides the guidelines for conducting a developmental screening, and describes how to relay developmental concerns to parents. Differences in development are vividly demonstrated through videotaped examples of typical and atypical behavior in children from four to 36 months of age.


OT for Children with Autism, DVD. Britt Collins, $37.95 (45 minutes) DVD

This DVD introduces parents to Occupational Therapy (OT) and what it can for a child who has difficulties with organization and/or sensory dysfunction. Occupational Therapist Britt Collins combines traditional OT exercises with Applied Behavior Analysis to various skills which can assist in desensitizing a child and help to integrate sensory awareness into a family’s daily routines.


Pics for PECS, Version 13: Symbols for Visual Communication. Pyramid Educational Consultants Inc, $86.95

Download high-resolution images including PECS 151, schedule, circle time, action, animals, and many more — all available on one CD.

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The Power Of Words: How We Talk about People with Autism Spectrum Disorders Matters! Judy Endow, $13.50 (12 minutes) DVD

The Power of Words combines words, pictures, and music to present examples of how we talk about autism, noting that even well-meaning and kind words can set the tone for acceptance or rejection as well as for inclusion or exclusion. While acknowledging the importance of a proper diagnosis, Judy warns about the damage and pain labeling can cause by separating and isolating. This powerful DVD inspires us to use language wisely.


The Puberty Video for Boys with Asperger Syndrome and Autism Spectrum Disorder - Level 1. Coulter Video, $31.95 DVD (ages 10 and up)

This video is narrated by a young man with Asperger Syndrome and a neurotypical female co-host and features anatomical drawings and animation. It describes how male and female bodies change during puberty and how to deal with these changes (and urges) in appropriate ways that avoid social, ethical, and legal pitfalls. It includes information about intercourse, periods, pregnancy, birth control, sexually transmitted diseases, and more. The program emphasizes the value of young men waiting to engage in sex until they are mature enough to understand the consequences and make decisions they won't regret. The sections on dating and sexuality include demonstrations of socially expected interactions by age-appropriate male and female actors. This program can help young men deal confidently with a turbulent time in their lives by sharing candid information about what to expect and how to deal with it.


Relationship-Based Intervention. Rebecca Klaw, $55.95 (3 hours) DVD

This three-hour DVD training program with accompanying CD-ROM of printable information and handouts is designed to help the professional and/or parent work with young children with autism. Using an eclectic blend of developmental research and the work of Dr. Stanley Greenspan (Floortime), Dr. Richard Solomon (PLAY Project) and Susan Sonden (Giggletime) Rebecca Klaw shows why and how to help children with ASDs to make social connections and develop relationship skills.

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The Sandwich Kid: a Film about Siblings & Disabilities. Created by Keri Bowers, Featuring Jace King, $36.95 DVD

The Sandwich Kid gives voice to siblings of people with disabilities — those who are impacted by daily living with a brother or sister having a developmental or other disability. The film is narrated by 12 year old Jace King who we first met in big brother Taylor Cross’ film, Normal People Scare Me. Jace uses wit, charm and keen insights in the interviews he conducts with dozens of “sibs”, ranging in age from 6 to 59. Along the way, he shares his own struggles and challenges to building a relationship after years of estrangement with his quirky brother.


Social Skills Training and Frustration Management: DVD. Jed Baker, $121.95 (4.5 hours) DVD

This comprehensive, dynamic presentation is extremely valuable to all family members and professionals working with individuals with autism spectrum disorders, attention deficit disorders, learning disabilities, mood and anxiety disorders, and other issues that impact social-emotional functioning. The DVD workshop will help parents and professionals learn how to:

  • Build an individual’s social skills in crucial areas such as conversation, conflict resolution, emotion management, employment, dating, etc.
  • Develop an effective behavior plan
  • Manage and prevent meltdowns
  • Help create peer acceptance
  • Assess social skills of individuals or groups

Storymovies™: Social Concepts and Skills at School. Carol Gray, $112.95 DVD

Social Stories™ come to life, illustrated with movies to merge accurate information with live contexts. The DVD includes 25 Storymovies™ based on 9 movies, plus a guide to using Storymovies™. This is an exciting and effective teaching tool that will engage students in meaningful social learning.

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Succeeding through Autism: Communication, Relationships and Employment. Sean Barron, $54.95 (90 minutes, DVD format)

Sean Barron tells the compelling story of how he went from being a child with low-functioning autism, to a successful adult, journalist and partner in a flourishing relationship.


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

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.


A Teacher’s Guide to Sensory Processing Disorder CD. Carol Kranowitz & Stacey Sklut, $21.95

In this audio companion to the book, Answers to Questions Teachers Ask about Sensory Integration, Carol Kranowitz and Stacey Szklut discuss how to teach children with sensory processing problems. This 2-CD set offers help for teachers and other school professionals who are trying to reach kids with sensory difficulties and help them succeed in the classroom, and in life.

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Temple Grandin. HBO Films, $20.95 (110 minutes) DVD

Based on the writings by its title subject, HBO Films’ Temple Grandin is an engaging portrait of an autistic young woman who became, through timely mentoring and sheer force of will, one of America’s most remarkable success stories. With a tour de force performance by Claire Danes in the title role, the film chronicles Grandin’s early beginnings as a child diagnosed with autism; her turbulent growth and development during her school years; and the enduring support she received from her mother, her aunt and her science teacher. Against all odds, Temple eventually transitioned into a highly-functional, esteemed inventor in the cattle industry, which she revolutionized with her scientific research and designs.

This visually inventive film offers stunning insights into Grandin’s world, taking the audience inside her mind with a series of snapshot images that trace her self-perceptions and journey from childhood through young adulthood to the beginning of her career, and beyond.


Temple Grandin: 2014 DVD. Temple Grandin, $109.95 (DVD, 90 minutes)

Ninety minutes of the latest thinking from one of the great minds of the autism world. Including:

  • How the DSM-5 changes will affect those working with autism spectrum disorders
  • The autistic brain
  • Teaching techniques that work
  • Q & A with Temple Grandin

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Travels with My Brother. Christine Alexiou & June Chua, $49.95 (15 minutes) DVD

This short, live action/animated documentary explores the relationship between Vas — a high-functioning autistic man — and his older sister Christine, who will one day be his official guardian, as they travel about their hometown of Toronto, Canada.

Through a series of interconnected conversations on love, family, humour, art, desire and destiny, the film unearths Vas' unique perception of the world and how he copes with the "realities" within and outside of him. At the heart of the story is a sister's attempt to crack the enigma that is her brother as she forges a way for their shared future.

Please Note: $49.95 is the price for private use. Public Performance Rights (PPR) costs are as follows: $124.95 Single Site Use; $199.95 Media Circulation


28 Instant Songames. Barbara Sher, $23.95 CD

28 Instant Songames is great fun for typical children as well as those with special needs. Fun and engaging for kids ages 3-8, "Songames" are musical activities for improving fine-and gross-motor skills, muscle strength, and rhythm. This music CD will get kids up and moving in no time. The activities include numerous games of body awareness, movement play, feeling identification, and self-expression, as well as imagination games that encourage expressive language play. Includes CD + 48-page booklet.


Understanding Brothers and Sisters with Asperger Syndrome. Coulter Video Productions, $33.95 DVD

Understanding Brothers and Sisters on the Autism Spectrum. Coulter Video Productions, $19.50 DVD

These DVDs are designed to help children of different ages understand and support their siblings on the autism spectrum. One DVD applies to siblings diagnosed with autism, and the other applies to siblings diagnosed with Asperger Syndrome. Each DVD contains four programs; three for siblings of different ages and developmental levels, and one for their parents. The sibling programs are for children ages 4 to 7; ages 7 to12 and ages 12 to adult. They explore a range of ways the kids interviewed have learned to get along with and enjoy their brothers and sisters. The DVDs also help parents understand the special needs of their neurotypical children. Overall, the members of 24 families were interviewed to create these unique videos.

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Watch Me Learn® DVDs, $33.95 each; Set of 5 DVDs $163.95

Watch Me Learn® videos are for children on the Autism Spectrum, including PDD and Aspergers, Nonverbal Learning Disorders, Social Anxiety as well as other developmental delays and speech delays. The format of Watch Me Learn® videos engenders skill generalization across multiple platforms. A free ’Progress Tracker’ is available for download for each DVD.

A New Beginning, Volume 1, features basic communication and socialization skills including: object naming and identification, greetings, simple game like stacking blocks and story time. Recommended for developmental ages: 18 months and up. DVD format, 25 minutes

Let’s Play, Volume 2, features play and socialization skills including: coloring, Simon Says, duck-duck-goose, and outdoor play. Volume 2 depicts acclaimed standards of child development and communication through play. The result is an engaging video that captures the attention of children of all abilities. Recommended for developmental ages: 3 and up. DVD format, 42 minutes

School Days, Volume 3, features communication and socialization skills for children preparing for or attending school. Among some of the featured activities are: getting ready for school, getting on the bus, classroom centers, gym and interacting with fellow students. Recommended for developmental ages: 3 and up. DVD format, 53 minutes

Friends, Volume 4, features the common activities of play dates including: playing catch, snack time, charades, an exciting treasure hunt and baking with friends. Recommended for developmental ages: 4 and up. DVD format, 36 minutes

Riding, Hiding, Food and Fun! Volume 5

Children learn about asking and answering WHY questions, how to ride a bike, about food groups, tasting new foods, sounds all around us, another finding game with prepositions and things that go together, counting, prepositions, food groups, money, prepositions, less/more, categories, safety, manners and so much more!  The video's scenarios are based on play with a curriculum embedded in the play.  Recommended for developmental ages: 4 and up. DVD format, 60 minutes

 

WebABLLS 2.0

WebABLLS is a web-based platform for the Assessment of Basic Language and Learning Skills-Revised (ABLLS-R) — an assessment, curriculum guide, and skills tracking system that mirrors the ABLLSR in an electronic format.

WebABLLS incorporates the latest updates and revisions from ABLLS-R and provides an innovative level of program data management.

For more information on the WebABLLS and how to order, please see our WebABLLS 2.0 page here.

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A Work In Progress Companion Series: Volume 2, Learning How to Learn Booklet & DVD. Ron Leaf, John McEachin & Mitch Taubman, Editors, $35.95

Volume 2 in the WORK IN PROGRESS COMPANION SERIES demonstrates the Learning How to Learn strategy. This is an underemphasized area in treatment and education. We often take for granted that students know how to learn or will acquire this skill on their own. But if students cannot pay attention, will not wait, or do not understand feedback, then learning is extremely difficult. In this volume we describe and demonstrate programs that we have found helpful in teaching students how to learn.

Parents and teachers will find this series to be a helpful companion and extension to A WORK IN PROGRESS: BEHAVIOR MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES AND A CURRICULUM FOR INTENSIVE BEHAVIORAL TREATMENT OF AUTISM, by Ron Leaf & John McEachin.

Other volumes in the A Work In Progress Companion Series, $35.95 each:

Volume 1, “Cool” versus “Not Cool” Booklet & DVD

Volume 3, Teaching Interactions Booklet & DVD

Volume 4, Token Economy Booklet & DVD

Volume 5, Developing Reinforcers Booklet & DVD


You Are a Social Detective CD-ROM: Become a GREAT Social Thinker! By Social Skill Builder and Social Thinking Publishing, $113.95 (ages 7-12)

Developed in collaboration with Michelle Garcia Winner and Pamela Crooke, and based on their book You Are a Social Detective, this interactive CD teaches school-aged children to become better social thinkers. By putting on their detective hats and deciphering expected and unexpected social behavior, learning to make smart social guesses, and investigating social clues, children can learn to see how others people’s emotions and responses are connected to their own behavior. This exciting and fun CD motivates students to learn while having fun!

YOU ARE A SOCIAL DETECTIVE CD-ROM includes:

  • 6 interactive levels
  • Over 200 videos targeting a range of abilities
  • A fun and motivating reinforcement game
  • Automatic scoring to track student responses
  • Printout of Social Maps

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Complete List

The ABA Graphing CD. Stimulus Publications, $28.95

Alert Program CD: Songs for Self-Regulation. Mary Sue Williams & Sherry Shellenberger, $27.95

An Animated Introduction to Asperger Syndrome. Biomation, $33.95 DVD, 30 minutes

ARTS: a Film About Possibilities, Disabilities & the ARTS by Keri Bowers. $36.95

Asperger Syndrome for Dads: Becoming an Even Better Father to Your Child with AS. Coulter Video Productions, DVD $23.95, (26 minutes)

Asperger Syndrome: a Different Mind DVD. Simon Baron-Cohen, $46.95 (DVD format only, 29 minutes)

Asperger Syndrome and Employment: a Personal Guide for Succeeding at Work. Nick Dubin, $34.95 DVD format, 43 minutes

Asperger Syndrome: Success in the Mainstream Classroom. Coulter Video Productions, DVD, $22.95 (44 minutes)

Asperger Syndrome: Transition to College and Work. Coulter Video, $13.95 DVD format (57 minutes)

Asperger Syndrome at Work: Success Strategies for Employees and Employers DVD. Coulter Video, $25.95

Asperger’s, Autism & Girls: Understanding & Appreciating the Female Perspective, DVD. Tony Attwood, $57.95

Asperger’s Syndrome, Volume 1: a Video Guide for Parents & Professionals. Tony Attwood, DVD $121.95

Asperger's Syndrome, Volume 2: Anger Management, Teaching Teachers, Teenage Issues. Tony Attwood, DVD, $121.95

Asperger’s Syndrome videos from Michael Thompson Productions:

1) Ask Me About Asperger’s Syndrome with Liane Willey. $37.95
2) Asperger’s Syndrome: Crossing the Bridge, with Tony Attwood & Liane Holliday Willey, $57.50
3) Social Language Groups, with Sally Bligh. $49.95

Autism and Me. Rory Hoy, $34.95 DVD format, 20 minutes

Autism Movement Therapy: AUT-EROBICS DVD. Joanne Lara, $33.95 (68 minutes)

AUTISM: the Musical. Directed by Tricia Regan, $28.95 (DVD format, 93 minutes)

Autism: the Road Back. Directed by Sharon Bartlett & Maria LeRose, $19.95 (DVD format, 54 minutes)

Autism Spectrum Disorders. Glenis Benson, $65.50 (DVD format, 39 minutes)

Be a Friend: Songs for Social Skills Training CD. Jed Baker & Jeffrey Friedberg, $17.95

Being Bullied: Strategies and Solutions for People with Asperger’s Syndrome. Nick Dubin, $41.95 DVD format, 30 minutes

Breakthroughs: How to Reach Students with Autism. Karen Sewell, DVD $56.95 (26 minutes)

A Chance to Be Me: a Video Presentation & Class Discussion on Developing Relationships with Students with Autism. Together for Autism/Autism Ontario, DVD, 22 minutes, $30.00

A Child Unlike Any Other. Directed by Anna Barczewska, $14.95 (DVD format, 11 minutes)

A Closer Look at Preschool: Beginning Playskills. $36.95 DVD (90 minutes)

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Connections. Jessica Curry, $58.95 (2 CD set plus manual)

Cool Bananas: Favorite Kids’ Rhythms for Calming, Cool Downs and Bedtime Routines. Genevieve Jereb, $23.95

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time. Mark Haddon, 4 Cassette set $25.95, 5 CD set $33.95

Dealing with Frustration: Video Modeling for Children with Autism DVD. Coach's Playbook Series, $12.95

Difficult Moments for Children and Youth with Autism Spectrum Disorders, DVD. Brenda Smith Myles, $33.95 (25 minutes)

A Different Life: Rosie’s Story. Eye Television, UK. $32.95 DVD format, 23 minutes (ages 5 – 11)

Dr. Temple Grandin & Eustacia Cutler: Autism Q & A. Jennifer McIlwee Myers, $26.95 DVD

Dr. Temple Grandin, 4 Videos: Careers-Opportunity for Growth; Medications-Fact and Fiction; Sensory Challenges & Answers; Visual Thinking of a Person with Autism, $44.95 each. DVD version contains all 4 volumes, $105.95

Experiencing Autism. Together for Autism/Autism Ontario, $30.00 DVD format

Exploring Feelings: Cognitive Behaviour Therapy to Manage Anxiety, Sadness and Anger, DVD. Tony Attwood, $115.95 (DVD format, 3 hours)

Fitting In and Having Fun. Social Skills Training Video Series, Volume 1. DVD $72.95

Fitting In and Having Fun: Moving On to Middle School. Social Skills Training Video Series, Volume 2. DVD $72.95

Fitting In and Having Fun: Confident and In Control. Social Skills Training Video Series, Volume 3. DVD $72.95

Fitting In and Having Fun: High School Life. Social Skills Training Video Series, $72.95 DVD

Functional Curriculum CD-ROM. POPARD Press, $140.00

The Hidden Curriculum DVD: Teaching What is Meaningful. Brenda Smith Myles, $44.95, (46 minutes)

How to Play with Others: Video Modeling for Children with Autism DVD. Coach's Playbook Series, $12.95

Interactive Reading Software Library 1. Joan Green, $129.95

Interactive Reading Software Library 2. Joan Green, $129.95

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Intricate Minds: Understanding Classmates with Asperger Syndrome. Coulter, DVD, $43.95 (12 minutes), $23.95

Intricate Minds II: Understanding Elementary School Classmates with Asperger Syndrome. Coulter, DVD, (16 minutes), $23.95

Intricate Minds III: Understanding Elementary School Classmates Who Think Differently. Coulter,DVD, (17 minutes), $23.95

Introduction to Teaching Language to Children with Autism or Other Developmental Disabilities. James Partington,  $83.95 DVD

ISPEEK at Home: Over 1300 Visual Communication Images on CD-ROM. Janet Dixon, $52.95

ISPEEK at School: Over 1300 Visual Communication Images on CD-ROM. Janet Dixon, $54.95

Joining In: a Program for Teaching Social Skills (includes lesson plans and instructor’s manual). Linda Murdock & Guru Shabad Khalsa, DVD, $85.95

Kids’ Meals Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free Cooking Instruction DVD. Jean Duane, $27.95 (Recipe booklet included)

Know the Code at School: a Social Skill Training Program. Attainment Company Inc., $53.95 DVD format

Life and Learning with Autistic Spectrum ‘Diffability’. Wendy Lawson, $113.95 DVD format, 154 minutes

Living with ASD: Adolescence and Beyond: Helping People on the Autism Spectrum Navigate to and through Adulthood. Autism Ontario, $30.00

Living with Asperger's: Life Skills for People on the Spectrum DVD. Jennifer McIlwee Myers, $54.95

Look Me in the Eye: My Life with Asperger’s. John Elder Robison, CD Audio version, $37.95 (5 compact discs, 6 hours)

Look Mom! I Have Good Manners. Thinkeroo Studios, Elementary Social Skills. DVD format only, 30 minutes. $17.95 (for ages 5 & up)

Making a Difference: the Video Collection. Together for Autism/Autism Ontario, $150.00; DVD format

Managing Puberty, Social Challenges, and (Almost) Everything Else: a Video Guide for Girls. Coulter Video, $31.95 DVD (ages 10 and up)

Manners for the Real World: Basic Social Skills. Coulter Video Productions. DVD, $33.95 (43 minutes)

Model Me Airplane. DVD, $37.95 (Ages 3-14)

Model Me Confidence & Bullying Prevention. DVD, $43.95 (Ages 9-17)
Teaching Manual and Student Workbook Set, $70.95; Teaching Manual & 4 Student Workbooks $102.95; 5 Student Workbooks $102.95

Model Me Conversation Cues DVD, $42.95 (Ages 9-17)
Teaching Manual and Student Workbook Set, $70.95; Teaching Manual & 4 Student Workbooks $102.95; 5 Student Workbooks $102.95

Model Me Faces and Emotions DVD, $35.95 (Ages 2-8)

Model Me Friendship DVD, $43.95 (Ages 9-17)
Teaching Manual and Student Workbook Set, $70.95; Teaching Manual & 4 Student Workbooks $102.95; 5 Student Workbooks $102.95

Model Me Going Places DVD, $37.95 (Ages 2-8)

Model Me I Can Do It! DVD, $42.95 (Ages 5-12)

Model Me Interactive Practicing Conversation CD-ROM, $73.95 (Ages 7-13)

Model Me Job Skills. DVD, $49.95 (Ages 15-21)

Model Me Movement DVD, $45.00 (Ages 9-17)

Model Me Organization & Motivation DVD, $45.00 (Ages 9-17)
Teaching Manual and Student Workbook Set, $73.95; Teaching Manual & 4 Student Workbooks $102.95; 5 Student Workbooks $102.95

Model Me Time for School DVD, $43.95 (Ages 5-12)
Teaching Manual and Student Workbook Set, $70.95; Teaching Manual & 4 Student Workbooks $102.95; 5 Student Workbooks $102.95

Model Me Time for a Playdate DVD, $45.00 (Ages 5-12)
Teaching Manual and Student Workbook Set, $70.95; Teaching Manual & 4 Student Workbooks $102.95; 5 Student Workbooks $102.95

Model Me Tips and Tricks DVD, $42.95 (Ages 9-17)
Teaching Manual and Student Workbook Set, $70.95; Teaching Manual & 4 Student Workbooks $102.95; 5 Student Workbooks $102.95

Model Me Training: Practical Strategies for Using Video Modeling for Teaching Social Skills to Children with Autism. Elizabeth Delsandro & Jennifer Cerbasi, $42.95 (2 DVD set)

More Than Words DVD: Promoting the Communication Development of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and Other Social Communication Challenges. The Hanen Centre, $55.00 DVD format (18 months to 5 years)

A Mother’s Courage: Talking Back to Autism. A Film by Fridrik Thor Fridrikson. $31.95 (DVD, 103 minutes)

My Friend Dylan. Together for Autism/Autism Ontario, DVD $30.00 (10 minutes, Grades 2 to 6). French Language version is also available: Mon amie Dylan: Qu'allons-nous apprendre? DVD, $30.00

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Navigating the Social World: a Curriculum for Individuals with Asperger's Syndrome, High Functioning Autism and Related Disorders. Jeanette McAfee, foreword by Tony Attwood, DVD, $111.95

No Fishing Allowed: Reel In Bullying. Carol Gray & Judy Williams. DVD Kit $82.95; Student Workbook $7.95; Teacher Manual $16.50

Normal People Scare Me. Taylor Cross, Keri Bowers & Joey Travolta, $39.50 DVD format, 90 minutes

On the Spectrum: Children and Autism DVD. A First Signs Presentation, $64.95 DVD format, 24 minutes

OT for Children with Autism, DVD. Britt Collins, $37.95 (DVD, 45 minutes)

PECS: an Introduction. Andrew Bondy, DVD format, $75.95 (Picture Exchange Communication Symbols)

Pics for PECS, Version 13: Symbols for Visual Communication. Pyramid Educational Consultants Inc, $86.95

The Power Of Words: How We Talk about People with Autism Spectrum Disorders Matters! Judy Endow, $13.50 (DVD format, 12 minutes)

The Puberty Video for Boys with Asperger Syndrome and Autism Spectrum Disorder - Level 1. Coulter Video, $31.95 DVD (ages 10 and up)

Relationship-Based Intervention. Rebecca Klaw, $55.95 DVD format, 3 hours

The Sandwich Kid: a Film about Siblings & Disabilities. Created by Keri Bowers, Featuring Jace King, $36.95 DVD format

Say It! Teaching Children with Autism to Talk. Sally Bligh, DVD, $47.95

The Social Response Pyramid. Laurel Hoekman, $22.95 (DVD format, 90 minutes)

Social Skills Picture Book CD-ROM. Jed Baker, $41.50 (PowerPoint™ slides of the photos used in The Social Skills Picture Book)

The Social Skills Picture Book for High School and Beyond CD-ROM. Jed Baker, $41.50 (PowerPoint™ slides of the photos used in The Social Skills Picture Book)

Social Skills Training and Frustration Management: DVD. Jed Baker, $121.95 DVD format, 4.5 hours

Social Thinking Across the Home and School Day: the ILAUGH Framework and Related Therapy Strategies for Kids with Social Cognitive Deficits. Michelle Garcia Winner, 2 DVD set $68.95

Storymovies™: Social Concepts and Skills at School. Carol Gray , $112.95 (DVD format)

Succeeding through Autism: Communication, Relationships and Employment. Sean Barron, $54.95 (90 minutes, DVD format)

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

A Teacher’s Guide to Sensory Processing Disorder CD. Carol Kranowitz & Stacey Sklut, $21.95

Temple Grandin. HBO Films, $20.95 (110 minutes)

Temple Grandin: 2014 DVD. Temple Grandin, $109.95 (DVD, 90 minutes)

Travels with My Brother. Christine Alexiou & June Chua, $49.95 DVD, 15 minutes

28 Instant Songames. Barbara Sher, $23.95

Understanding Brothers and Sisters with Asperger Syndrome. Coulter Video Productions, $33.95 DVD format

Understanding Brothers and Sisters on the Autism Spectrum. Coulter Video Productions, $19.50 DVD format

Visual Supports in the Classroom. Autism Asperger Publishing Company, DVD format, $33.95

Watch Me Learn® videos, $33.95 each; Set of 5 DVDs $163.95

  • A New Beginning, Volume 1, DVD format, 25 minutes
  • Let’s Play, Volume 2, DVD format, 42 minutes
  • School Days, Volume 3, DVD format, 53 minutes
  • Friends, Volume 4, DVD format, 36 minutes
  • Riding, Hiding, Food and Fun! Volume 5, DVD format

A Work In Progress Companion Series - Booklet & DVD. Ron Leaf, John McEachin & Mitch Taubman, Editors, $35.95 each

Writing Social Stories with Carol Gray. (DVD & Manual) Carol Gray, $109.95

You Are a Social Detective CD-ROM: Become a GREAT Social Thinker! By Social Skill Builder and Social Thinking Publishing, $113.95 (ages 7-12)

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