A Strange World: Autism, Asperger's Syndrome, and PDD-NOs: A Guide for Parents, Partners, Professional Carers, and People with Asds

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Appendix II
Internet addresses

An overview of several Internet addresses is included in this appendix. When drawing up the appendix, what was apparent was the enormous amount of information on the Internet about autism and Asperger’s syndrome. The selection made here gives access to this enormous pool of information from various points of view.

The Internet is a medium that is very susceptible to change. It is possible that the websites mentioned here are not accessible all the time, have in the meantime disappeared or the addresses have changed. It is hoped that the websites selected are stable.


AII.1 Associations

Autism Society of America (ASA)

http://www.autism-society.org

The National Autistic Society (NAS)

http://www.nas.org.uk

This is a large English site for people with Asperger’s syndrome. It contains much information and includes full text articles, including Sainsbury’s article on the detrimental effects of holding therapy for autistic children.

Autism Europe

http://www.autismeurope.arc.be

This is the website of the European umbrella organization of 71 parents’ associations in Europe. There are also links to websites of parents’ associations in Belgium, Finland, France, Great Britain, the Netherlands, Northern Ireland, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland.

Autism France, Pro Aid Autisme

http://www.surzone.com/proaidautisme/

French website about autism.

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  • Title Page 3
  • Contents 5
  • List of Figures, Tables and Boxes 8
  • Foreword 11
  • Preface 13
  • Part 1 - What Is It? 15
  • 1 - Introduction 17
  • 2 - Predisposition or Environment 31
  • 3 - Differences between Men and Women 53
  • 4 - Autistic Disorders 84
  • 5 - The Core of the Problem 104
  • Part 2 - What Can You Do about It? 161
  • 6 - Before and after Diagnosis 163
  • 7 - Stimulating Me–Other Differentiation and Empathy 173
  • 8 - Social Skills 200
  • 9 - Forming Friendships and Relationships 240
  • 10 - Resistance to Change 268
  • 11 - Coping with Anxiety and Obsession 302
  • 12 - Coping with Aggression 332
  • 13 - Acquired Social Anxiety 350
  • 14 - Epilogue 363
  • Appendix I - Diagnoses 365
  • Appendix II - Internet Addresses 379
  • Appendix Iia - Summary of Karen Williams' Article 383
  • Appendix III - Books 385
  • References 389
  • Subject Index 410
  • Author Index 414
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