List of Our Favorite Websites
- www.asha.org/public/speech/development/parent-stim-activities.htm Website for the American Speech Hearing and Language Assoc.
- www.aota.org Website for the American Occupational Therapy Assoc.
- www.apta.org Website for the American Physical Therapy Assoc.
- www.ucf-card.org Website for The Center for Autism and Related Disabilities
- www.americanhippotherapyassociation.org Website for the American Hippotherapy Association
- www.spdfoundation.net Website for more information regarding sensory processing disorders
- www.eyecanlearn.com This website gives you ideas for improving visual perception, tracking, and focusing.
- www.scholastic.com/spy/games/index.htm Eye spy games online, great for improving visual perceptual skills.
- www.atozkidsstuff.com/shoes.html Ideas for helping your child learn to tie his shoes.
- www.wholesomebabyfood.com Good home made recipes for different stages.
- www.talkingchild.com Development charts for speech.
- www.funandfunction.com A great website to purchase sensory equipment/toys.
- www.soundkeepers.com/sign A website for sign language information.
Our Favorite Book List
Easy To Love, Difficult to Discipline. By Becky A. Bailey
Setting Limits with Strong Willed Children. By Robert J Mackenzie
The No Cry Potty Training Solution. By Elizabeth Pantley
A Different Kind of Perfect. By Cindy Dowling, Neil Nicoll and Bernadette Thomas
More Than a Mom: Living a full and balanced life when your child has special need. By Amy Baskin and Heather Fawcett
Signing: How to Speak With Your Hands. By Elaine Costello
Games to Play with Babies. By Jackie Silberg
Thicker than Water: Essays by adult siblings of people with disabilities.
Mysterious Journey: Hot Air Ballooning. By Kelley DuTuro (8-12)
For Parents of ‘Tweens and Teens
How To Talk So Kids Will Listen and Listen So Kids Will Talk. By Lisa Nyberg & Rosalyn Anstine Templeton
Sensory Processing Disorder
Sensational Kids: Hope and Help for Children with Processing Disorders. By Lucy Jane Miller
The Out of Sync Child. By Carol Stock Kranowitz
The Out of Sync Child has Fun. By Carol Sock Kranowitz
Autism Spectrum Disorder
Engaging Autism: Using the Floortime Approach to Help Children Relate, Communicate and Think.
By Stanley Greenspan and Serena Weider.
The Child with Special Needs: Encouraging Intellectual and Emotional Growth. By Stanley I. Greenspan and Serena Weider.
Advocacy Resource Book: What You can Do Now to Advocate for Your Exceptional Child’s Education.
By Rich Weinfeld and Michelle Davis.