|Asperger Syndrome from diagnosis to solutions
||Phyllis Quigg and Oonagh Nugent
||A short publication with an overview of Asperger Syndrome and helpful advice.
|Autism:how to help your young child
||Leicester County Council and fosse Health trust
||Using case studies helps parents identify their childs difficulties and suggests ways to help.
||Straightforward description about what is known about autism and its causes. Also interventions and educational approaches that are used.
|Approaches to autism
||National Autisitic Society
||Easy reference guide to strategies and interventions
|Environment and Surroundings
||How to make them autism friendly
|Freaks, geeks and Asperger syndrome
|| Luke Jackson
||Luke has AS and was 13 when he wrote this humerous book about the issues teenagers face when they have AS.
|My Social Stories book
|| Carol Gray
||Social Stories (TM) help to explain situations clearly to your child with an ASD. Over 150 Social Stories and instructions to help you write your own.
||The heartbreaking, inspiring true story of one mother's fight to rescue the lives of her children from Autism
|The complete guide to Asperger's syndrome
One of the best books on Asperger's Syndrome by a world expert
|The autistic spectrum:a guide for parents and professionals
||Essential reading for parents and professionals. It clearly explains how people on the autistic spectrum experience the world and how to help them.
|It can get better...dealing with common behavioural problems in young autistic children
|| Paul Dickinson and Liz Hannah
|| Pocket sized book with tips on dealing with common behavioural problems
|Challenging behaviour and autism:making sense - making progress
||For parents carers and teachers. Practical strategies to prevent and overcome common challenging behaviours.
|Special educational Needs: a guide for parents and carers of children with autistic spectrum disorders
||Carolyn Waterhouse and the NAS Advocacy for Education team
||Explains the law relating to SEN, additional supports, who provides them and how to access them.
|Caring for a child with autism
|| Martine Ives and Nell Munroe
||The authors have both worked on the NAS Autism Helpline and in this book answer common questions that parents of a newly diagnosed child often ask.
|My brother is different
|Sarah Tamsin Hunter
||Helps to explain autism to siblings. ideal for ages 4 to 7
|My Sister is different
|| Louise Gorrod
||Helps to explain autism to siblings. Aimed at ages 4 to 7.
|Special Educational Needs Code of Practice
||Explains the law relating to SEN including the assessment and statementing processes which schools and Local Authorities follow.
|Survival stategies for people on autism spectrum
|| Marc Fleisher
||Written by a young man with AS for other young people who want to live independently.
|Talking together about an autism diagnosis
|| Rachel Pike
||It can feel very difficult to find the right moment to talk to someone about an autistic spectrum disorder. This readable book helps you think through all the possible reactions and issues of disclosure.
||Derek Bingham (ed)
||A comprehensive directory of independent and non-maintained schools in Britain for children with sensory or physical impairment, learning difficulties, emotional and behavioural difficulties.