|Books & Publications|
Let Me Hear Your Voice, by Catherine Maurice. 1993, Ballantine Books.
Behavioral Intervention for Young Children With Autism: A Manual for Parents and Professionals, by Maurice, Green and Luce. 1996. Pro-ED.
Teaching Children With Developmental Delays: Basic Intervention Techniques, by Ivar Lvoaas, et al. 2002. Pro-ED.
Right from the Start: Behavioral Intervention for Young Children With Autism: A Guide for Parents and Professionals, by Harris and Gill-Weiss. 1998. Woodbine House, Inc.
Intensive Behavioral Intervention with Young Autistic Children, by Lovaas and Buch. 1996. In Practical Approaches to Severe Behavior Disorders. Brooks-Cole.Educating Children with Autism, by the Committee on Educational Interventions for Children with Autism, United States National Research Council. 2001. The National Academies Press.http://newton.nap.edu/execsumm_pdf/10017.pdf
Report of the MADSEC Autism Task Force, from the Maine Administrators of Services for Children with Disabilities (2000). www.madsec.org/docs/atf.htm
Appeals, Complaints & Comments procedures under the Lanterman Development Disabilities Acthttp://www.dds.ca.gov/Complaints/Home.cfm
Families for Early Autism Treatment
Several families in Sacramento, with support from personnel at the ALTA California Regional Center, founded this pioneering parent advocacy group in the early 1990’s. Additional FEAT chapters have formed around the nation. Particularly in Sacramento, FEAT has been instrumental in changing public policies on EIBT, and continues to provide invaluable support for families with children with autism. If you live in the Sacramento area, immediately contact your local FEAT mentor.
Association for Science in Autism Treatment
ASAT’s website contains a wealth of information on the scientific validity of different services currently provided for children with autism, how to avoid questionable or unethical interventions, and how to choose a service provider.