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This page is a compilation of Autism related Online Resources

 If your are interested in being listed here, please contact me. Please include a paragraph, as you would like it to be posted, explaining about your resource. Include relevant links as well. I will be checking each entry prior to adding it to the list. 


Fun and Function has been a recognized source for high quality and kid friendly products since 2005.  Fun and Function was founded by a mom of a child with a sensory processing disorder  who also happens to be an occupational therapist.  Her goal in starting the company was to fill a void for a lack of high quality toys, games and therapy products geared towards special needs children. provides children with special needs outstanding products to enable them to reach their fullest potential. Some of our very popular products include pressure vests, chewy toys, therapy balls and more.

KidCompanions Chewelry

KidCompanions Chewelry is recommended by parents and occupational therapists. These chewy fidgets benefit individuals who MUST bite, chew or fidget. KidCompanions are stylish and discreet allowing the user to fit in. These special needs tool benefit those with autism, ADHD, Tourette syndrome, Down syndrome, FASD, SPD…. It comes on a 100% organic cotton lanyard with a child safety clasp or a clip. They are safe, bpa, phthalate, pvc, lead and latex free. They are made with FDA approved materials, sourced in USA/Canada, made in Canada, CE marked, and sold at



MyAutismTeam  ( is a social network for parents of kids with autism.  You can think of it as a cross between Facebook and Yelp, designed specifically for parents of kids with autism.   On MyAutismTeam you can find other parents just like you, share tips and recommendations of local providers and specialists, ask and answer questions, and post updates and comments to a community of other parents who “get it”.  The site is free to parents and has a provider directory of more than 30,000 autism specialists.  Since its launch in June 2011 the site has grown from 30 parents to more than 27,000 parents from all across the US and Canada.  MyAutismTeam also has an iPhone app and is releasing an app for Android as well.   The folks behind MyAutismTeam believe that if you’re a parent of a child with autism it should be easy to find the best people around to help you.  You can join the site at


EatGFCF Blog

EatGFCF Blog – a place to find product reviews, gluten-free and casein-free recipes, and information about a GFCF Diet. The blog is written by a mom of a child with Autism whose whole family is on the GFCF Diet.


GFCF Diet Plan

GFCF Diet Plan – if you’re terrified of starting the Gluten-Free, Casein-Free Diet because it seems too hard or confusing, this is the site for you! Find products and mom-to-mom support to help you succeed in following the GFCF Diet.


Picture Card Communication

Picture Card Communication creates and make personalized/individualized visual resources and educational materials for people affected by Autism and / or other disabilities where communication is affected and their families, teachers, therapists, caregivers  etc. These products are good for children who are “visual learners”.


Teach Toileting
My book,”Teach Toileting” is unlike any method you have tried. The developmental level of your child is not relevant. Whether he is non-verbal or shows any readiness signs is not a factor. I offer a free phone/skype consult with book purchase, when and if needed.Conquer the challenge.
Toilet train your child now!

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