We recommend the following books as resources for people wanting to learn about autism in a positive context.

Loud Hands: Autistic People Speaking – Julia Bascom, ed.

Typed Words, Loud Voices – Amy Sequenzia, Elizabeth J. Grace, eds.

The Real Experts – Michelle Sutton, ed.

No You Don’t – Essays from an Unstrange Mind, Sparrow Rose Jones

Navigating College: A Handbook on Self Advocacy Written for Autistic Students from Autistic Adults – E. Ashkenazy & M Latimer, ed.

My Voice: Autism, Life and Dreams – Amy-Christine Sequenzia (currently out of print)

Forest for the Trees – Jane Meyerding

I Am Intelligent: From Heartbreak To Healing–A Mother And Daughter’s Journey Through Autism – Peyton Goddard, Dianne Goddard, Carol Cujec

Empowering Leadership: A Systems Change Guide for Autistic College Students and Those with Other Disabilities – Autistic Self-Advocacy Network

NeuroTribes: The Legacy of Autism and the Future of Neurodiversity – Steve Silberman


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