Here are some links to sites specifically about Social Stories. Carol Gray has also written
several books about Social Stories that you might like.
Here's a link to an actual Social Story, so you can see what one looks like.
Here are some really good autism sites. The first site has the best links on autism
on the web, that I know of.
www.unc.edu/~cory/autism-info--Resources in your state!
www.isn.net/~jypsy/autsoc.htm--Autism societies all over the world!
trainland.tripod.com-A good introduction to PECS
www.bbbautism.com-One of the most informative newsletters on autism I have seen.
www.danasview.net/--Dana's page-from a parent's perspective
www.nathhan.com--a site about homeschooling special needs kids
www.isn.net/~jypsy/autilink.htm--Oops-wrong planet syndrome.
www.WeirdKids.com-a good place if you're new to the "A" word
A place to exchange ideas, find out more and get support. Be sure to check out the autistichat link on the link page.
Some good sites on various Treatments
www.autism-society.org--overview of treatments
www.bbbautism.com's info on gluten free/casein free diet
Fun Things to Do With Your Kid
www.DoToLearn.com-check out the emotions face!
www.kidsfreeware.com--Freeware for kids
Some excellent sites on Sensory Integration Dysfuntion,
a common problem in Autism Related Disorders
An overview of SID/DSI
Marie's Sensory Integration Site--excellent
An explanation of Snoezelen, or sensory, rooms
A beautiful example of a Snoezelen room