Autism - Support for Parents
Suggested Teenage/Parent Autism Online Resources
Can I tell you about Asperger Syndrome? Jude Welton
Kids with Autistic Spectrum Disorders, Elizabeth Verdick and Elizabeth Reeve, MD
The ASD Workbook, Understanding your Autistic Spectrum Disorder
With The Light: Raising an Autistic Child, Keiko Tobe
Freaks, Geeks and Asperger Syndrome, Luke Jackson
How to be yourself in a world that’s different, Yuko Yoshida
The Reason I Jump, Naoki Higashida
The Whole-Brain Child (and Workbook), Dr Daniel Siegel and Dr Tina Bryson
The Asperkid’s Secret Book of Social Rules, Jennifer Cook O’Toole
Revealing the Hidden Social Code, Marie Howley and Eileen Arnold
Can I tell you about Anxiety? Lucy Willets and Polly Waite
Little Book series: The Little Book of Exam Skills Kate Brookes; The Little Book of Exam Calm, Anita Naik
Starving the Anxiety Gremlin, Kate Collins-Donnelly
‘Live Out Loud’ and ‘It’s all in the mind, Don’t Sweat the small stuff’, Marilynn Tucknot, publisher Koa Ltd
http://www.limpsfieldgrange.co.uk/ Film clips and ITV Documentary, and our book, ‘M is for Autism’.
http://www.nassurreybranch.org/women-and-girls.html Information Day 1st October, Leatherhead
The Girl with the Curly Hair books: ‘Asperger’s Syndrome in 13-16year olds’; ‘Asperger’s Syndrome and Anxiety’. http:// thegirlwiththecurlyhair.co.uk
Apps are listed in alphabetical order. You can sort apps by rating by clicking the "Rating" link above that column. You can rate apps by first clicking on the app name to visit the app detail page. Then, below the description of the app, click on the number of stars for your rating of the app.
All Apps have a research rating:
Anecdotal = No specific or related scientific studies for this type of app.
Research = There are some related scientific studies, but no direct research support for this type of app or technology.
Evidence = There is solid or specific scientific evidence that this type of app or technology is helpful.
Breathe2Relax (4.5 stars on App Store, 4.1 stars on Google Play)
Mindshift or Quickshift Apps. Look at the vitallinks site, Sensory Modulation & Regulation: Regulations 1 and 2. https://www.vitallinks.net/pages/Quickshifts-Album-Descriptions.php
Planning, Organising and Revising
www.gojimo.com - the free app to help you pass exams!
https://bubbl.us - the first 3 mind maps that you create are free
www.quizlet.com - create flashcards. Interactive games, study modes and practice tests make learning fun!
https://getrevising.co.uk/planner - be organised and create a revision study planner
This is not an exhaustive list or books and resources, but somewhere to start the journey, and supplement knowledge and skills.