Kind Tree's PAGE OF LINKS
links to some of our favorite web sites
that deal with autism.
See any you haven't seen before?
Got one you wanna tell us about? Well, tell...
A Little Magic - Just for Fun!
Parents Place Autism Chat
Autistic Children's Activity Program
Kids Kit: Three teachers developed these materials for kids. A great idea.
PLAYSTEPS, sequenced books to teach play to young children with autism.
Network in Portland, Oregon
a new National organization building Autism Awareness
Outdoor adventures for everyone
Autoimmunity Project, Florida Branch
Funding Research into Autism's causes
This is a wonderful site with lots of interactive and communication features.
I really like this one!
Tools for visual learners
- public testimonies by parents of people with Autism
Check out this site about abusive or negligent use of behavior modification procedures.
Institute on Independent Living
serves self-help organizations of disabled people who work for self-determination and equal opportunities. They provide information, training materials and technical assistance on accessibility, personal assistance, advocacy, legislation and peer support.
Victory School is a non-profit school for children with autism in
Autism: an overview by Lewis Mehl-Madrona, M.D., Ph.D. Pretty extensive, good info.
"Come Back Jack" - a moving video plus educational sight.
Combining the Many Pieces of the Puzzle - ASK
Autism Publications - Great book source!
Web Based Autism Conference ongoing program. Check out this site today and register.
Discussions on Autism and Immunizations and more at "Autism Connect"
Supporting All Neurological Disorders
Want to help Genetic Researchers look for Autism genes?
Autism - a conditioned response to biochemical toxicity? (research article - heavy)
Healing for Schizophrenia and other mental disorders
Gluten Free Diet Information
Gifts of Nature - more gluten free food
for the Autistically Handicapped - UK. An International source of information.
Oregon Families For The Early Treatment of Autism
Autism Society of Oregon
Center For The Study Of Autism
Yale Center For Autism Research
Texas Autism Society
Autism in the Phillipines
TEACCH of North Carolina
Match - find a volunteer opportunity near you
More Autism Links than you can shake a stick at!
A wonderful first-person description of Autism. Great information
Ray's Autism Page - a man with a mission!
site by Mitzi Waltz regarding her new book
"Pervasive Developmental Disorders: Finding a Diagnosis and Getting Help" and the Autism Patient Center.
Reaching the Young Autistic Child by Sibylle Janert
Miriam Stoppard writes:
"Sibylle Janert has discovered the bridges any adult can build to help the autistic child attempt, what for him is his most difficult task - to emerge from his internal world and engage with another person. Her thesis is irresistible because it is grounded in such basic neonatal physiology, and her logic is irrefutable: if an autistic child is born with the instincts and equipment to relate to others, then intervention must begin early (at least by nine months) to keep the apparatus in working order. Sibylle Janert has provided parents with the means to help their autistic child enter the real world".