I’m grateful for you gifted teachers and therapists who help autistic kids day in and day out.
A teacher can spend up to 40 hours a week with children and teenagers on the autism spectrum. Imagine the impact s/he can have!
To help you teachers and therapists, I’ve found some autism teaching resources for you.
You’ll want to check these out. I’m also open to any other resources, sites, or books you may have run across. I’ll add them to the list as I go along.
Although the layout’s a bit old, Cindy’s page has many resources.
I like the links for social skills, life skills, parent resources, and printable worksheets.
This is a pdf document by the British Columbia Department of Special Education.
Check out the 9 chapters covering the following topics:
- What is Autism?
- Characteristics Associated with Autism
- Planning Support for Students with Autism
- Managing Challenging Behavior
- Teaching Students with Asperger’s Syndrome
- Transition Planning
- Pulling It All Together: Developing an IEP
- Case Studies
Dr. Temple Grandin, autistic adult, wrote this extensive and practical article.
Dr. Grandin shares 28 teaching tips. Read and learn!
Dr. Baker provides step-by-step skills to teach children with autism, aspergers, and non-verbal learning disorders.
This is just a starting point of building more exhaustive resource lists for teaching autistic kids.
You can also check out some of my favorite autism books as well.
Please feel free to share any best resources: Books, DVD’s, or Websites that can better support teachers who are helping individuals on the autism spectrum.