Parents who have chosen the homeschooling option for their children with autistic spectrum disorders candidly relate their experiences in this text. It also offers practical information on the law, LEA involvement, social contact and resources.
Related books and articles
Incorporating Social Goals in the Classroom: A Guide for Teachers and Parents of Children with High-Functioning Autism and Asperger Syndrome By Rebecca A. Moyes Jessica Kingsley, 2001
Homespun Remedies: Strategies in the Home and Community for Children with Autism Spectrum and Other Disorders By Dion E. Betts, Ed.D.; Nancy J. Patrick, Ph.D. Jessica Kingsley, 2006
Teaching Children with Autism and Related Spectrum Disorders: An Art and a Science By Christy L. Magnusen Jessica Kingsley, 2005
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What's in a Word? It Is Evident That Labels Are Everywhere and One Does Not Understand How Debilitating a Label Can Be If There Are Negative Connotations to It, until It Happens to Them. Frankly, Children with Autism Are Children First Who Happen to Have Autistic Characteristics By Huhtanen, Shelly The Exceptional Parent, Vol. 43, No. 8, August 2013
Promoting Learning for Children with Autism: Some Schools May Not Be Fully Prepared to Provide the Learning Environments Required by the Growing Number of Autistic Children By Mastergeorge, Ann M. Leadership, Vol. 36, No. 4, March-April 2007
CAM Use Is Common among Families with Autistic Children By Wendling, Patrice Clinical Psychiatry News, Vol. 33, No. 12, December 2005
Why Are So Many Autistic Children Being 'Robbed of Their Education' by Our Schools? SPECIAL REPORT:Thousands of Children on the Autistic Spectrum Are Being Temporarily Excluded from the Classroom Illegally Because Schools Don't Know How to Support Them, Reports Mel Hunter By Hunter, Mel The Mirror (London, England), June 4, 2014
Irish Mirror Campaign: Education for Autistic Children - Take a Good Look at These Kids Minister, Every One of Them Deserves a Proper Education. Exactly like the Rest of Us By The Mirror (London, England), April 11, 2001
Irish Mirror Education for Autistic Children Awards: Education for All Our Kids Must Be the Aim By The Mirror (London, England), March 17, 2001