Asperger Strength Audio Program
An audio program (8 CDs plus CD-ROM with written outline) for parents, educators, counselors, and physicians of kids with AS. It covers information on characteristics of AS, strategies for home and school, behavior management, depression and anxiety as they co-occur with AS, and issues around caregiver burnout.
Beautiful You: Social Skills Music
"Beautiful You" is a 27-song contemporary social skills album written and produced by Niki Schomas, a parent of a child with autism, special education teacher and musician. The music is designed to teach children new coping strategies, how to be assertive, how to stand up for themselves and others, and most importantly, how to recognize the beauty in themselves and others.
Dan Marino ChildNett.tv
The mission of ChildNett.tv is to reach out globally to families, clinicians, and educators through the internet to provide information related to autism and other neurological disorders. Viewers can watch personal stories, therapies, and the latest medical research 24 hours a day from home, work, or wherever high-speed internet access is available - all for free.
Exceptional Family TV
Exceptional Family TV is the first and only weekly web reality series for and about the "Exceptional Family". We promise to deliver engaging weekly episodes specifically designed for exceptional families. eFamilyTV focuses on parents, families and caregivers raising children with special needs.
FreeREI Calming Audio Download
This free download is a 20 minute audio recording that can have several benefits which include: calming the listener's nervous system, transitioning to sleep, reducing acute feelings of anxiety, and more.
Through the efforts and talents of one family, the song Joshua’s Eyes was created. Joshua is a representation of all autistic children and their early journey through life. The song was created to raise autism awareness on a national level. Proceeds from the song will be used to further promote autism awareness.
The Mother Cub Show: All About Autism
Susan Lynn Perry is a published freelance writer, former motivational speaker and best-selling author of fiction, nonfiction, short stories and inspirational articles. As an author, speaker, international radio host, and mother to a child with autism, she shares her unique and often surprisingly-humorous perspective on what it’s like to live in the world of autism – from the heartbreak of diagnosis, to the daily challenges, to the wonderful “light bulb moments” when a special child makes an unexpected developmental leap forward.
Move! Sing! Play Along and Learn! by Music Therapy Tunes
The “Move! Sing! Play Along and Learn!” CD series is a treat for parent and child or teacher and class. Music therapist Margie La Bella’s pleasant, soothing voice is easy to understand as she sings fun, engaging songs that foster speech, language and conceptual learning.
Joe Rothstein, a speech-language pathologist and musician, has created this award winning CD of children's songs designed to help toddlers and young children with vocabulary, speech sounds, and early academic concepts.
Music to enhance early childhood speech development. This CD was designed for young children by a mom and music therapist who is learning every day the trials and successes of speech development both typical and delayed.
SingSOS: Songs of the Spectrum
Great music. Greater cause! Songs of the Spectrum has a message for you. For the heart, there's music telling of autism's terrors and unexpected joys. For the head, a selection of resources, from the signs every toddler's parent should know, to advice on helping siblings understand. 90% of the proceeds purchased from the link below go to Autism Speaks!
Songs for Your Busy Day
Caring mothers produce music designed to guide children through their daily activities.
The Wingmen CD
Played in the bathroom, these rockin' songs tell the listener step-by-step what to do while they shower or brush their teeth.
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