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DICKINS, P. & HANNAH, L. (1998) It Can Get Better…. Dealing with Common Behaviour Problems in Young Autistic Children. London: National Autistic Society.
VERMEULEN, P. (2000) I Am Special: Introducing Children and Young People to Their Autistic Spectrum Disorder. London: Jessica Kingsley.
SAINSBURY, S. (2000) Martian in the Playground. London: Lucky Duck Publishing.
JACKSON, L. (2003) Freaks, Geeks and Asperger Syndrome. London: Jessica Kingsley.
HOLLIDAY WILLEY, L. (2003) Asperger Syndrome in Adolescence: Living with the Ups, the Downs and Things in Between. London: Jessica Kingsley.
BARON-COHEN, S. (2004) Mind Reading: The Interactive Guide to Emotions. London: Jessica Kingsley.
BOYD, B. (2003) Parenting a Child with Asperger Syndrome: 200 Tips and Strategies. London: Jessica Kingsley.
BLEACH, F. (2001) Everybody is Different: A Book for Young People Who Have Brothers or Sisters with Autism. London: The National Autistic Society. (The National Autistic Society publications catalogue also lists a number of other useful booklets in this area.)
LAWSON, W. (2001) Understanding and Working with the Spectrum of Autism: An Insider's View. London: Jessica Kingsley.
SLATER-WALKER, G. & SLATER-WALKER, C. (2002) An Asperger Marriage. London: Jessica Kingsley.
STANFORD, A. (2003) Asperger Syndrome and Long-term Relationships. London: Jessica Kingsley.
MEYER, R. N. (2000) Asperger Syndrome Employment Workbook: An Employment Workbook for Adults with Asperger Syndrome. London: Jessica Kingsley.
AMERICAN ACADEMY OF PEDIATRICS (1998) Auditory integration training and facilitated communication for autism. Pediatrics, 102, 431-433.
AMERICAN PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION (1994) Resolution on facilitated communication. August, 1994. http://soeweb.syr.edu/thefci/apafc.htm
CLEMENTS, J. (2002) People with Autism Behaving Badly. London: Jessica Kingsley.
HADDON, M. (2003) The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time. London: Jonathan Cape.
HUNDAL, P. & LUKEY, P. (2003) Now You Know Me Think More. A Journey with Autism Using Facilitated Communication Techniques. London: Jessica Kingsley.
KLUTH, O. (2003) You’re Going to Love this Kid: Teaching Students with Autism in the Inclusive Classroom. London: Jessica Kingsley.
STONE, F. (2004) Autism - The Eighth Colour of the Rainbow: Learn to Speak Autistic. London: Jessica Kingsley.
WILLIAMS, D. (1992) Nobody Nowhere. London: Doubleday.
Autism Society of America. http://www.autismsociety.org
National Autistic Society. http://www.nas.org.uk
Books, videos and other resources. http://www.autismtoday.com
For people with Asperger syndrome. http://www.asperger.org
Self-help groups. http://ani.autistics.org
Research. National Alliance for Autism Research, http://www.naar.org
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