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Let me see that! Autism January 2008 Catalog Number: DVD419 Audience: Senior High Title: My son Jack– Diagnosis: Autism Imprint: Chip Taylor, 2002. Catalog Number: DS2182 Physical Description: DVD Video Disc, 30 min. Title: One on One: Working with Low-Functioning Children Summary: This film is the continuing story of "Come back with Autism & Other Developmental Disabilities Jack." It explores how Jack's autism has affected the family and Imprint: Aquarius Health Care Media, 1999. how they cope with his disability as he ages. It also explores Physical Description: Digital Video Stream, 22 min. the origins, diagnosis and treatment options for children with Summary: Describes author Marilyn Chassman's approach to autism spectrum disorders. teaching children with low- functioning autism. Explaining how to Audience: Senior High, College, Adult use one-on-one, visual-based instruction to increase communication dexterity, manage aggression, develop fine and large motor skills, Catalog Number: DVD420 and build sensory tolerance, this program illustrates valuable teach- Title: Autism: Far Away Eyes ing strategies for reaching autistic children. An emphasis on sched- Imprint: Chip Taylor, 1999. ule, writing, and reward introduces methods for developing life skills. Physical Description: DVD Video Disc, 15 min. Audience: Primary, Intermediate, Junior High, Senior High Summary: This program introduces us to Charlotte Huntz- inger, a teacher in a Children Behavioral Unit, who works daily with autistic children. Websites: Audience: Junior High, Senior High, College, Adult Autism Speaks Autism Speaks' multi-year Ad Council public service advertising cam- paign stresses the importance of recognizing the early signs of au- Catalog Number: DS2104 tism and seeking early intervention services. Title: Asperger Syndrome: Living Outside the Bell Curve http://www.autismspeaks.org/ Imprint: Aquarius Health Care Media, 2001. Physical Description: Digital Video Stream, 18 min. Summary: Describes how children with Asperger Syndrome Autism Society of America act differently and how they experience the world. By examin- The official ASA Web site provides a description of the disorder, its ing one boy's life and the relationship between Asperger Syn- causes, diagnosis, and definitions of relevant terms. Features a sec- drome and autism, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, and tion to help families cope with raising autistic children; and links to depression, this program introduces the unique qualities and ASA chapters, related support and advocacy groups, educational and the challenges associated with the condition. vocational rehabilitation programs, and other organizations and re- Audience: Primary, Intermediate, Junior High, Senior High sources. http://www.autismsociety.org/ Catalog Number: X850 Title: Growing up Different Imprint: PBS, 2000. Physical Description: Videocassette, 60 min., CLOSED CAP- TIONED. Summary: Alan Alda meets several kids who are growing up different and the doctors and researchers who are trying to mitigate the difficulties they face. Cochlear implants restore some hearing to a profoundly deaf child, the latest augmenta- tive communication technology gives speech to a child without it, and new insights into the fundamental nature of autism may have implications for treatment.
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