Autism is a spectrum disorder that can look very different in different students. Any suggestions will need to be adapted or modified to meet your particular child’s needs.
First, here is a collection of articles on nonverbal learning disabilities.
You may also want to contact the following organizations, which offer information and support:
- Developmental Delay Resources (DDR)
DDR is a national non-profit membership organization providing information and networking opportunities to parents and professionals working with children who have developmental delays.
- National Dissemination Center for Children with Disabilities (NICHCY): Autism Resources
NICHCY is an information clearinghouse that provides free information on disabilities and related issues, focusing on children and youth (birth to age 25). Free services include: personal responses, referrals, technical assistance, and information searches.
- University of Virginia Special Education Website: Autism section
This site provides information on special education and support for disabled students, their parents, family, and friends.
- Muskingum College Center for Advancement of Learning (CAL): Study Skills Database
This database includes excellent information on learning strategies for reading comprehension, writing, organization skills, and other topics.