Links to the Experts

Books

·         Bellini, PhD, Scott. Building Social Relationships: A Systematic Approach to Teaching Social Interaction Skills to Children and Adults With Autism Spectrum Disorders and Other Social Difficulties. 2006. Autism Asperger Publishing Co.

·         Beukelman, D.R., & Mirenda, P. (1998). Augmentative and alternative communication: Management of severe communication disorders in children and adult (2nd ed.). Paul H. Brooks Publishing Co., Baltimore, MD.

·         Hodgdon, L.A. (1995). Visual strategies for improving communication. Vol 1: Practical supports for school and home. Quirk Roberts Publishing: Troy, Mi.

·         Musselwhite, C., & King-DeBaun, P. (1997) Emergent Literacy Success: Merging Technology and Whole Language for Students with Disabilities. Park City, Utah: Creative Communicating.

·         Musselwhite, C.R., & St.Louis, K.W. (1982). Communication programming for the severely handicapped: Vocal and non-vocal strategies.  College-Hill Press: San Diego, Ca.

 

Periodicals

·         AAC: Augmentative and Alternative Communication , www.isaac-online.org

·         Assistive Technology from RESNA Press Arlington, VA, www.resna.org

·         Closing The Gap www.closingthegap.com

·         Journal of Special Education Technology from CEC/Technology and Media, www.jset.univ.edu

 

 Organization & Internet Resources:

AAC (books with repeated lines)                         www.aacintervention.com

Autism 4 Teachers                                                www.autism4teachers.com

Abledata                                                               www.abledata.com

Alliance for Technology Access                           www.ataccess.org

American Speech and Hearing Ass.                     www.asha.org

Apple Computer’s Disability Resources               www.2.apple.com

Assistive Technology Industry Association         www.atia.org

Autism Society of America                                  www.autism-society.org

Autism Speaks                                                      www.autismspeaks.org

Bloomfied, Barbara                                              www.icontalk.com

Building Early Language and Literacy                 www.prekese.dadeschools.net

Burkhart, Linda                                                    www.Lburkhart.com

Center for Applied Special Technology               www.cast.org

Center for Autism and Related Disabilities          www.ucf-card.org

Center on Disabilities                                            www.csun.edu.cod

Closing The Gap                                                   www.closingthegap.com

Council for Exceptional Children                         www.cec.sted.org

Equal Access to Software Information                www.rit.edu/~easil/

First Words Project                                               www.firstwords.fsu.edu

Florida Speech and Hearing Association              www.flasha.org

Kitson, Jane                                                          www.janekitson.com

MOVE International                                             www.move-international.org

Region 2 Digital Library                                       www.region2library.com

Speaking of Speech                                              www.speakingofspeech.com

Pete’s Power Point                                          thevirtualvine.com

 

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