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1.http://www.angelfire.com/pa5/as/asteachersites.html 
-Angelfire.com is a site full of resources for both parents and teachers. It provides many ideas and services for teaching and working with students with Autism.

2.http://autism.lovetoknow.com/Activities_for_Autistic_Children 

-Autism.lovetoknow, is a very informative site, providing information about the various types of autism. It also has several resources useful for choosing appropriate materials to be used in the classroom to service students with autism.


3.http://www.songsforteaching.com/autisticchildren/ 

-This is a great resource site that teaches skills through song, from hand washing to how to deal with your emotions.


4.www.supersimplelearning.com/blog/
 -The super simple learning blog is a great site to see individual contributions for resources, articles and a community forum.


5.http://www.listenlearnmusic.com/ 
  -Is a simple site that has songs and sheet music for download in their store and an online community ($7 per month) for support and information. It also has an extensive links page that will lead you to a world of information.


6.http://www.ehow.com/how_2088315_use-music-therapy-help-autistic.html 
  -Collection of informative articles.


7.http://www.nas.org.uk/nas/jsp/polopoly.jsp?d=129&a=2231 
-This is the National Autism for the United Kingdom (service based). They have a variety of articles, links and resources for anyone touched by Autism. This site does serve a global community, not just the UK.


8.www.mugsy.org
- this site is intended to develop a localized support group for those dealing with autism. It is also a UK based site.



9.http://www.buzzle.com/articles/teaching-children-with-autism.html 
  -signs, characteristics and educational intervention for the students on the autism spectrum.


  1. 10.http://www.child-central.com/Parents-Guide-To-Teaching-Autistic-Children.html 
     
    -This article gives great advice regarding activities for parents (for both their autistic child’s autistic and non-autistic peers).


11.http://www.schoolthemes.org/teaching-autistic-children.html 
  -This link takes you directly to a good article on how to reach children with autism.


12.http://www.whatprice.co.uk/advice/parent/fun-activities-autistic-children.html 
  -This article gives great advice in regards to activities for parents implementing activities for both their autistic child’s autistic and non-autistic peers.


13.http://www.snapfiles.com/get/zacbrowser.html 
  -This is link allows you to download a specialized, content restricted web browser especially for children with autism. (Free)


14.http://www.musicforautism.org 
  - advocacy group for music autism. It includes success stories and concert dates for benefit concerts.


15.http://www.autismtoday.com/musicspectrum.htm 
  -This link gives you information to purchase a CD set with lectures and resources to help those coping with autism.


16.http://www.autismspectrumdisorderfoundation.org 
  -Includes a state-by-state resource page.


17. http://www.autismspeaks.org 
  -Besides being one of the most popular autism advocacy groups in the nation, this site offers clinical programs and a thorough look at autism from a scientific perspective.


18.http://www.autismhelpforyou.com 
  -This site is offering a collection of 4 books, which deal with autism and a family’s journey with their little boy Zachary in addressing all the issues he will face.


19.http://www.ezinearticles.com/?10-Great-Activities-For-Autistic-Children&id=1593763 
  -This is a great article that gives suggestions on appropriate activities for children with autism.


20.http://www.family-friendly-fun.com/therapy/music.htm 
- discusses the therapeutic benefits of music.


21.http://www.brighthub.com/education/k-12/articles/37466.aspx 
  -This is a good article that discusses the music activities and its benefits for children with autism.


  1. 22.http://www.autism.com 
      -This site specifically looks at the treatment options of someone


23.http://www.bellaonline.com/site/AutismSpectrumDisorders
  -This link is for Bonnie Sayers ASD site. It offers printable materials, free activities and various other information.

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