Below is a List of Organisations and Websites Dedicated to Asperger's and Autism (and Dyslexia)
My experience of Asperger's is a personal one, and why I have tried to learn as much as I can about the autistic spectrum. I am very aware that Asperger's or autism can be felt and experienced differently; for example sensory problems may be more of an issue for some people than for others, and social understanding can vary in each individual. Asperger's is a very complex field, and I believe it is a difference, not a disability . As human beings, regardless of our cognitive functions, we all want to be understood and accepted; and this is why I offer counselling in this area.
Ambitious About Autism click here
Jessica Kingsley Publishers (independent publishers of books on autism) click here
Education for Everybody (special needs magazine) click here
Wrong Planet (online resource and community for autism and Asperger's) click here
Planet Asperger (documentary film about Asperger's syndrome) click here
Some useful links for dyslexia:-
Dyslexia Action click here
Dyslexia Cornwall click here
Being Dyslexic (with dyslexia community forum) click here
TTRS (touch-type read and spell, online multi sensory literacy and keyboard course designed for children and adults with dyslexia) click here
School Exclusions Project (free legal advocacy to help appeal against permanent exclusions) click here
Cornwall Family Information Service click here
The Coffee Klatch (special needs radio) click here
If you would like to learn more about Asperger's syndrome or dyslexia, you can click on the links below.
'What is Asperger's syndrome ?'
'What is dyslexia ?'