IPads and Autism
There isn't much research out on the use of the iPads/iPods, but there are a lot of success stories. Here is one...
IPads and Autism
This is a book titled 'Trueman Bradley - Aspie Detective.' I haven't read it, as it has just recently been released. However, it looks like a great book for ASD.
This is a great little site that contains various autism information.
If you’re in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs and want to find out what sport and recreation activiites are on offer in your area, then hop along to the Disability Sport and Physical Activity Expo onSaturday 5 November 11 am to 3 pm.
Venue: Randwick Community Centre, 27 Munda Street, Randwick. Wheelchair accessible.
Local service providers will provide information and you can try activities such as boccia, soccer, fitness training, sitting volleyball, sailing and rugby league.
Face painting and light refreshments will be available on the day. This is a free local community event and everyone is welcome!
RSVP: Registration is essential. Please contact Frida Kitas on 02 9399 0972 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Free Return 2 Sport Expo at Homebush
Explore a range of 50 sports and recreational activities for people with disabilities. Learn from athletes and participants, and try sports like sailing, cycling, motorsports, golfing, rugby league, cricket, gymnastics, softball, hockey, boccia or give the Paralympic Talent Search a go! Everyone is welcome.
Thursday 3 November, 12pm-8pm.
Sports Centre Main Arena & Hall of Legends, Sydney Olympic Park.
Phone Robert Price, Professional Leader - Recreation Therapy Royal Rehabilitation Centre Sydney, on 9808 0549 or
0417 260 733 or email email@example.com.
Angela Sutton, Special Education Teacher and Autism Specialist