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Autism and Early Intervention

An excerpt introducing Autism Intervention Every Day as a practical, real-world guide for parents of or professional assisting a young child is exhibiting red flags. Read More

Building Skills to Support Flexibility

Some children with ASD are quite flexible, whereas others are not. In addition, some children are quite adaptable in some situations but inflexible in others. The following strategies are ideas for incorporating changes into routines that can be implemented gradually and playfully to aid in promoting Flexibility for children who tend to be rigid. Read More

Test Your Autism Knowledge!

Every parent who has a child with autism and every professional whose work involves people with autism needs a thorough understanding of its complexities. Test yourself, and see how many of the following questions you can answer correctly. Read More

Big boys don’t cry

Read the excerpt for in-depth coverage of the needs, emotions, and parenting experiences of fathers of children with autism. A psychologist and father of an adult son with autism, author Dr. Robert Naseef has both personal and professional expertise to share with overwhelmed families Read More

Introduction to Autism Services Across America

Read the introduction to better understand the scope of the book, exemplary regional, provincial, and statewide programs, exemplary national initiatives related to autism, and how to improve services through training, research, and policy. Read More