Surf These Sites for Information Regarding Autism
Google is a useful tool. Like any tool, however, you have to know how to use it.
Parents of children with autism are already overwhelmed before they get a chance to sit down at their laptop. The last thing they need is to scroll through the tens of millions of hits that result from entering the word “autism.”
Among the first seven steps we have listed for parents of children with autism on the Alpha School web site are learn the lingo, seek educational programs and ask questions about your child. That should narrow down your search a bit but you might wish to explore other sites about autism. That occurred to us, so we assembled the following list of sites containing the most relevant information and resources:
Autism Highway & Autism Beacon
This should get you off to a good start.
Of course, this is a network of networks. You can also check out Autism NJ, Autism.Com and Autism Web for more networks of professionals and parents, as well as information regarding research and treatments. One site, Potty Genius, bravely delves into the daunting topic of potty training, using applied behavior analysis. The bottom line is, you are not alone. Over time you will eventually become so informed that your desire to share your experiences and knowledge could lead you to start your own web site or blogging platform.
Alpha School an private special education school in New Jersey
Our Mission at The Alpha School is to help all of our special needs students with the learning, social, language, and behavioral support they deserve. Our highly skilled staff are committed daily to helping each student to becoming the best they can while providing a safe and nurturing educational environment.
We would be more than happy to discuss your child’s specific needs and challenges, so please call us at 732.370.1150, or request a tour of Alpha School of Jackson, NJ located just minutes off of Route 9 and Route 195 in Ocean County.
— Monica DeTuro, Principal-Alpha School, Jackson, NJ