Recommended Reading

These reading recommendations are intended to help NODCC members find information and resources.

Conference Lecture Handouts

We will post handouts from conference speakers whenever possible (not all speakers provide handouts). The current list covers a broad range of topics and are not intended to substitute for individual medical or professional advice. However, we hope you find them helpful.

NODCC Newsletters

The NODCC will mail to our members brief newsletters covering important topics, introducing NODCC members, and providing other new and updates.

List of Books and Articles

The books and articles listed below are reading recommendations from other NODCC members and cover a broad range of topics. The NODCC has not reviewed these recommendations and does not advocate any interventions or information held within the publications. If you would like to submit a recommendation, please contact us with: title, author(s), date of publication, publisher, type of publication (article or book), and a brief (less than 100 word) description of the content and usefulness of this suggestion for other families.

Sensory Integration and the Child: 25th Anniversary Edition by A. Jean Ayres, 2005.

The Out-of-Sync Child by Carol Kranowitz, 2006.

Road Map to Holland by Jennifer Graf Groneberg, 2008.

Taking Care of Myself: A Hygiene, Puberty, and Personal Curriculum for Young People with Autism by Mary Wrobel, 2003.

The Official Patients Sourcebook on Agenesis of the Corpus Callosum by James N. Parker, MD and Philip M. Parker, PhD, Editors

The Golden Bridge: A Guide to Assistance Dogs for Children Challenged By Autism or Other Developmental Disabilities (New Discoveries in the Human-Animal Bond) by Patty Dobbs Gross

Handbook on Animal-Assisted Therapy, Second Edition: Theoretical Foundations and Guidelines for Practice by Aubrey H. Fine

Therapy Pets: The Animal-Human Healing Partnership by Jacqueline J. Crawford, Karen A. Pomerinke and Donald W. Smith

Pet Assisted Therapy: A Loving Intervention and an Emerging Profession–Leading to a Friendlier, Healthier and More Peaceful World by Pearl Salotto

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