Exciting Highlights of ASQ’s Milestone
10th Anniversary Edition!
Alicia Burns, M.A. stresses the critical importance of close observation to determine the types of games and activities that work for the child with significant event perception difficulty.
Alyssa Aleksanian, Australian educator, accomplished artist, and individual on the autism spectrum, uses exquisite symbolism to give readers a compelling view of sensory overload. ASQ has also, with permission, put together a gallery of Alyssa’s beautiful artwork.
Click on the movie title above to read Dr. Diane Twachtman-Cullen's review of a compelling and beautifully rendered film about the unlikely friendship between two people on the outskirts of society who find “the odd way home” through each other. The film stars Chris Marquette and Rumer Willis, both of whom are featured on the cover of ASQ.
ASQ is now available through our free app
The interactive, digital version of ASQ is now available on ALL MAJOR DIGITAL PLATFORMS! The Autism Spectrum Quarterly app is FREE, and there is a sample complimentary issue (spring 2013) that can be downloaded by friends, family members, and professionals who are not current subscribers and would like to view a trial issue. Readers may purchase both single digital issues of ASQ as well as digital subscriptions via the Autism Spectrum Quarterly app. While we will continue to offer a choice of digital and print versions of ASQ, we urge readers to download the free app in order to take advantage of “breaking news” alerts and special, supplemental digital issues of ASQ. Downloading the app is simple. For additional information on this, as well as ASQ digital’s interactive and Clipping features, click to go to the About ASQ page.View Table of Contents »