Article: Reading Rockets: Reading Together: Tips for Parents of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders

Reading Rockets offers reading strategies, lessons, and activities designed to help young children learn how to read and read better.

Article: IEP Meeting Conversation Stoppers

This article from the National Center for Learning Disabilities addresses nine common statements that are made to parents at IEP meetings, also known as “conversation stoppers.”

Article: Think College!: Federal Financial Aid for Students with Intellectual Disabilities

This article provides information about federal financial aid for students with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Article: Sexuality Resource Center for Parents: Autism Spectrum Disorders and Sexuality

This article addresses sexuality as it relates to individuals with autism and other developmental disabilities.

Article: GreatSchool: 8 Steps to a Successful IEP Meeting

This article covers eight useful strategies to help parents effectively prepare for an IEP meeting.

Article: Kennedy Krieger Institute: Speech Emerges in Children on The Autism Spectrum with Severe Language Delay

This article discusses the new findings published in Pediatrics by the Kennedy Krieger Institute’s Center for Autism and Related Disorders.

Article: Kennedy Krieger Institute: New Study Finds Bullying Causes Significant Short-Term Emotional And Physical Consequences For Children With Autism

Nearly 70 percent of children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) experience emotional trauma as a result of being bullied, according to findings published in the Journal of Developmental & Behavioral Pediatrics.

Article: Be Prepared! Emergency Preparedness for People with Disabilities

This article, from the Disability and Health Program of the New York State Department of Health, focuses on emergency preparedness for people with disabilities.

Article: “Parenting a Child with Autism: What Should I Do In a Crisis?” Six Tips to Prepare for a Mental Crisis in Children on the Autism Spectrum

This article discusses the findings from a study conducted by researchers at the Kennedy Krieger Institute.

Article: National Institutes of Health: Thin Bones Seen In Boys with Autism and Autism Spectrum Disorder

A study from the National Institutes of Health suggests that boys with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) are at a higher than normal risk for thinner, less dense bones than boys who do not have autism.