Resources

Here is a list of websites, fidgets/toys, and books that I enjoy and consider resourceful. There are many different ways to find help online.

Asking autistic adults is a great way to talk to others who might be or might have been in your situation, or are better apt to understand how to help autistic children. Common places to find like-minded people would be Facebook groups and Twitter tags (#ActuallyAutistic, #AllAutistics, #AskingAutistics, #OpenlyAutistic, etc.)

Here are other resources I’ve found helpful:

Sensory Fidgets

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Thinking in Pictures by Temple Grandin

NeuroTribes by Steve Silberman

Asperger’s Couple’s Workbook by Maxine Aston

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Fidget Spinners

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www.awnnetwork.org (Autistic Women & Nonbinary Network)

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https://www.websiteplanet.com/blog/complete-index-of-newspapers-across-the-globe/

https://www.elevatehiring.com/blog/why-smart-companies-outsource-talent-acquisition

https://www.wizcase.com/blog/a-comprehensive-cyberbullying-guide-for-parents/ 

www.autisticadvocacy.org (Autistic Self-Advocacy Network)

www.disabilityintersectionalitysummit.com/

http://www.assertivepatient.org/patient-advocate.html

http://patientadvocate.org/

https://www.medicare.gov/

https://musingsofanaspie.com/

http://blog.penelopetrunk.com/

http://www.house.gov/representatives/find/

http://www.meriahnichols.com/free-stuff-for-adults-with-disabilities/ 

https://themighty.com/2015/04/what-an-autism-meltdown-feels-like/

https://www.verywell.com/what-is-an-autistic-meltdown-260154

http://www.autism.org.uk/about/behaviour/meltdowns.aspx

Autism Research Institute: 866-366-3361

American Autism Association: 877-654-GIVE

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