These links are for therapy tools for motor skills, sensory, social skills merchandise websites.

Queensland Services

Legal Rights - Education Qld

Qld Verification of Disability in the Education Adjustment Program Category of Autism Spectrum Disorder

Chore Charts for any age

Anna Tullemans is a consultant and author in Autism Spectrum Disorders and has been working closely with schools, teachers and parents, writing and implementing programmes for students with ASD.

Sue is unashamedly passionate about her mission - to inspire parents and educators and teach them how to ‘Make it a Success'. Armed with the tools of understanding and confidence much can be achieved.

Our Story Maker
This is a free website for creating and sharing personalised photo storybooks and social stories. These are great for helping children through major transitions (like going to school), encouraging behavioural change or just for fun. Books are designed to be printed at home. You can use template books from our library (with your own photos) or start from scratch. Follow this link to Our Story Maker to create your own story books and social stories

Rudy Simone - Help4Aspergers

Welcome to Help for Aspergers. Here you can find Asperger books, in the areas of  Employment, Female AS and Relationships where at least one person is on the spectrum. You will also find lists of Asperger traits, research on possible causes and cures of autism, questionnaires, information on diagnosis, benefits and more. Please see my "Interviews and Videos" page to hear me speak on these topics.

The Therapy Place 

At The Therapy Place, children with special needs get the help they need to reach their fullest potential for growth, learning, and participation in the greater world. The clinic is a specially designed, child-friendly environment well-suited for children ranging from infants to young teens who face the challenges of autism, Asperger's syndrome, physical or developmental disabilities, attention deficit disorder, sensory integrative dysfunction, Down syndrome, brain injury, or other health or developmental difficulties.

Dr. Stanley Greenspan

The genius of Dr. Stanley Greenspan has transformed the lives of countless children throughout the world. His brilliance as a theoretician, diagnostician, and clinician redefined the understanding of child development—that is, how infants, young children and adolescents feel and think—guiding parents, professionals and researchers. His ideas will continue to improve the lives of children for generations to come.

STAR Center's team provides each and every child, adult, and family with comprehensive, goal-oriented care. Our approach is multidisciplinary, which means that our team is equipped to provide you or your child with expert professional services from multiple fields addressing sensory issues: occupational therapy, speech-language therapy, psychology, listening therapy, and others. Home and school consultations are available.

Good news... Your frustration and confusion about your child - who may have Sensory Processing Disorder - is almost over!

SpectrumMentor is about building a community of parents with children of all ages (including adults) on the autism spectrum. One of the greatest challenges for parents of children on the autism spectrum is the sense of isolation they feel because they’re surrounded by people that don’t get it (including family members).

Autism and Empathy Dispelling Myths and Breaking Stereotypes
This site exists to undo the myths about autism and empathy that have stigmatized autistic people for so long.

I do not know all the answers but I do know that all I can do is raise a level of awareness of the Autism Spectrum which hopefully one day will be embraced and understood better.  I am not interested in fame, publicity or being a celebrity but instead I just want to see action and strategies to deal with the many issues at hand.  Hopefully in time events and circumstances will change. 

Every Australian Counts is the campaign for the introduction of a National Disability Insurance Scheme. The NDIS will revolutionise the way people with a disability, their families and carers are supported in this country.

Great article to give to NT kids to understand Aspergers – a good one for to give to teachers to share with their students

An Asperger's diagnosis can be a source of confusion for parents and caretakers of newly diagnosed cases. The current diagnostic manual, the DSM-IV is undergoing some considerable changes that may help clarify the diagnosis but it may also be a source of controversy.

Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) is the standard classification of mental disorders used by mental health professionals in the United States and contains a listing of diagnostic criteria for every psychiatric disorder recognized by the U.S. healthcare system.


Welcome to, a community of parents interested in autism, Pervasive Developmental Disorder (PDD) and Asperger Syndrome. 

Simons Foundation Autism Research Initiative 
SFARI's mission is to improve the diagnosis and treatment of autism spectrum disorders by funding, catalyzing and driving innovative research of the greatest quality and relevance. Although SFARI's priority is to benefit individuals challenged by these disorders, its efforts are certain to yield insights into the neural mechanisms of fundamental human capabilities, thereby promoting the broader mission of the Simons Foundation to advance the frontiers of research in the basic sciences and mathematics.

The Light and Health program
The Light and Health program at the LRC bridges the gap between science and applications by striving to better understand how the visual and circadian systems work and what lighting characteristics affect them. The Light and Health program aims to develop the means of applying and measuring light that is effective to both visual and circadian systems.

The latest news, headlines & open discussions about the Autism Spectrum

Girl with autism speaks for the first time.

To secure the future of OT by helping therapists enlarge their impact on the health care industry.

A number of Australian's are considering forming a political party to fight for the rights, needs and well being of those on the spectrum. Our loved ones need more support , funding , services etc and our current parties don’t want to know about it. Here is your chance to share whats on your mind.

Lise Pyles has prepared the following information as a guide to Social Skills. As she rightly says, the list is in no way exhaustive - but it gives many ideas to work on

Questions to Ask Your Child's Doctor about Autism

The ADHD Library

UNC SCHOOL OF MEDICINE – Teacch Autism Program Autism Spectrum Disorders

Autism Eye Tracking article

The Miracle in Human Brain

Wendy Lawson

Disability Scoop

Understanding Autism Spectrum Disorder Behavior: Rocking and Head Banging

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