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ASD + Books that have been helpful

Books that have had input on our parenting journey with ASD / Aspie / Sensory Processing issues. I borrowed a lot of these from our awesome free postal IHC library in New Zealand. They do ebooks too.
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Arnie and His School Tools. excellent picture book explaining sensory solutions and fidgets etc to school kids. I'll lend this to my sons class.

Gus, The Asparagus - Kaylene Hobson Great picture book about Gus being different and having 'asparagus syndrome' (Aspergers) but is upbeat, positive and quirky. This is the book I will use with my 6 year old to disclose his diagnosis.

Asperger's Syndrome: A Guide for Parents and Professionals: Tony Attwood: 8601419163328: Psychopathology: Amazon Canada

Very good book on Strong Willed Child. "You can't make me, [but I can be persuaded]" by Cynthia Urlich Thomas. Strategies for bringing out the best in your strong-willed child. I'm looking for more of this authors books.

From anxiety to meltdown : how individuals on the autism spectrum deal with anxiety, experience meltdowns, manifest tantrums and how you can intervene effectively by Lipsky, Deborah. Anxiety is the root cause of many of the difficulties experienced by people on the autism spectrum, and is often caused by things such as a change in routine, or sensory overload. Deborah Lipsky takes a practical look ...

Autistic logistics : a parent's guide to tackling bedtime, toilet training, tantrums, hitting, and other everyday challenges by Wilde, Kate C.