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The following web sites have general information potentially related to Asperger's Syndrome.

Talk, Learn and Communicate Inc
Talk, Learn and Communicate Inc. is an American company that provides printable handouts to offer Visually Cued Instruction in order to improve communication using visual tools and strategies.
Tel: 001 (206) 440-9708
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Kids Scape
A UK based site which has useful information on protecting your child from bullying.
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Cambridge University Website
Cambridge University Website - this has access to many useful links.
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Integrated Neurocare
Integrated Neurocare specialise in the evaluation of children with neurological disorders and combine specialists from health and educational backgrounds to work towards solutions for these children and adolescents.
Tel: 020 7034 3000. Fax: 020 7034 3001.
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Pocket Full of Therapy
Pocket Full of Therapy is a small company producing paediatric and school-based products established by Occupational Therapists Michelle Tobias and Ilene Goldkopf. Aim to assist therapists and others concerned with the development of children by providing effective, appropriate, motivating and fun, paediatric therapy and learning materials. There is also a useful monthly 'Idea Exchange'.
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Taskmaster Ltd
Taskmaster Ltd produces The Line Tracker - an unobtrusive and helpful tool to aid readers who have difficulty sequentially scanning words across the lines of a page. It has a pointer to highlight words as they are read, and is made of coloured transparent plastic so that words which have been read are partially obscured and therefore of lesser prominence. Instructions and advice for use are included.
Morris Road, Leicester, LE2 6BR. Tel: 0116 270 4286.
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The Dyscovery Centre
The Dyscovery Centre is an organisation giving information on a number of conditions, including Asperger's Syndrome.
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Dilemma Consultancy
Dilemma Consultancy is an organization of psychotherapists, counsellors, psychologists, and medical practitioners working in the existential tradition. They aim to provide counselling, psychotherapy, consultancy, medical, and medico-legal services to the highest standards of professional competence and ethical practice.
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Parents Protecting Children
The website of Jan Loxley-Blount, with a huge amount of useful information.
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Stanford University
This is a website of Stanford University in America, which provides parents, families, and other interested parties with selected published research studies in the medical literature on autism and Asperger's Syndrome.
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The New Learning Centre
The New Learning Centre has developed teaching programmes to support and enhance parenting and teaching skills to help children and teenagers become more cooperative, self-reliant, confident, considerate and motivated. The organisation has teachers and trainers experienced in working with pupils of different ages, temperaments and abilities.
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Kite Studios
Kite Studios is a place where young people are encouraged to develop creativity, self-esteem and valuable skills through art based in London.
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The Disability Rights Commission
The Disability Rights Commission
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Institute for the Study of the Neurologically Typical
This is the website of the humourous Institute for the Study of the Neurologically Typical. It is a parody of websites to illustrate that having an Autistic Spectrum disorder does not mean that life without Asperger's Syndrome or Autism isn't better, it's just different.
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Hertfordshire Autistic Resource Centre
Hertfordshire Autistic Resource Centre, a registered charity based in Hatfield, Hertfordshire, UK.
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Hi2u
A website for people with hidden impairments such as AS
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The Inclusive Play Opportunities Project
The Inclusive Play Opportunities Project is a charity who offer support to families of disabled children and young people aged 5-19 years old in the London Borough of Barnet.
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UK subsidiary of the US National Alliance for Autism Research
This is the UK subsidiary of the US National Alliance for Autism Research (NAAR), it is linked with The Shirley Foundation, which has donated 35m to education, training, care and advocacy services throughout Great Britain.
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Wendy Lawson
The website of Wendy Lawson, an adult with autism.
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The Gray Center
The Gray Center for Social Learning and Understanding - This is the website of Carol Gray who has extensive experience of working with children with autistic spectrum conditions. She has published books including 'My Social Stories Book' and she lectures internationally.
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Janet Norman-Bain
The website of Janet Norman-Bain (known as Jypsy), a mother of two autistic children, who is autistic herself, as well as battling multiple sclerosis.
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Music Therapy
Music Therapy The centre at City University has therapists who treat around 350 children and adults each week both at the centre and through outreach projects.
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Psychnet
Psychnet is a mental health and psychology directory, which includes a comprehensive list of disorders with detailed information about each, as well as resources and web links.
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Kevin Phillips
Kevin has Asperger's Syndrome and has compiled his own website that contains a lot of very good information, links, and some history about Kevin himself.
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The Cambridge Psychometrics and Autism Practice
The Cambridge Psychometrics and Autism Practice offers developmental psychometric assessment for a broad range of developmental disorders, together with specialist diagnostic assessment for autism spectrum conditions.
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The Essex Autistic Society
in Colchester, The Essex Autistic Society provides education and care to Autistic children and adults from all across the UK.
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Mental Health Foundation
This site is run by the Mental Health Foundation, the leading UK charity working in mental health and learning disabilities. Here you will find the latest news and events on mental health issues, as well as information on problems, treatments and strategies for living with mental distress.
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A.P.A.N.A
A.P.A.N.A - Autistic People Against Neuroleptic Abuse
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The Autism Centre
The Autism Centre is based within the Division of Education and Humanities, Faculty of Development and Society, at Sheffield Hallam University.
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Check The Map
Find any Learning Disability service anywhere in the UK and Ireland.
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