She’s baaack! Long-time columnist Alyson Beytien has a whole new perspective on “holidays” that will keep the celebrations going all year long,
Authors Ellen Judge and Robert J. Spinelli meet parents’ greatest fear head-on by providing much-needed information on what’s “out there” for adults with autism.
Dr. Marquis Grant combines her experience as a special education teacher and parent of a child with autism to discuss how to set up and promote meaningful sibling relationships.
Speech-Language Pathologist and RDI consultant, Linda K. Murphy, argues that less is more when it comes to establishing relationships and building skills in children with ASD.
Christopher Hanks, M.D. discusses the innovative Center for Autism Services and Transition at Ohio State University and the specialized care it provides for adults with ASD.
Find out who will grace ASQ’s Spring 2015 cover due out in February.
You’ll find lots of high-quality resources for children, family members, and school personnel.
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Exciting Highlights of ASQ’s Family / Holiday winter 2014 issue!
Alyson Beytien shares her family's unique approach to holiday celebrations — both those that are traditional and others that mark special events in the Beytien household.
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