Workbooks

Association for Children with a Disability. (2013). Growing together: A parent guide to supporting siblings of children with a disability. Retrieved from http://acd.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/ACD-resource-Growing-Togeth….

Donlon, L. (2007). The other kid: A draw it out guidebook for kids dealing with a special needs sibling. Coral Springs, FL: Llumina Press. Ages 6 – 10. Ordering Information: (866) 229-9244 or www.theotherkid.com.

Laverick-Brown, L., & Stanek, J. (2014). Autism, my sibling, and me. Retrieved from https://researchautism.org/resources/autism-my-sibling-and-me/.

Laverick-Brown, L., & Stanek, J. (2014). Brothers, sisters, and autism: A Parent’s Guide. Retrieved from https://researchautism.org/resources/brothers-sisters-and-autism-a-paren….

Laverick-Brown, L., & Stanek, J. (2014). Life as an autism sibling: A guide for teens. Retrieved from https://researchautism.org/resources/life-as-an-autism-sibling-a-guide-f….

Meyer, D.J. (1997). Views from our shoes: Growing up with a brother or sister with special needs. Bethesda, MD: Woodbine House. Ages 9–12. Ordering information: (800) 843-7323.

Meyer, D. (Eds.) (2005). The sibling slam book: What it’s really like to have a brother or sister with special needs. Bethesda, MD: Woodbine House. Ages 13–19. Ordering information: (800) 843-7323.

Shapiro, O. (2009). Autism and me: Sibling stories. Morton Grove, IL: Albert Whitman and Company. Ages 7–12. Ordering information: (800) 255-7675 or www.albertwhitman.com.

Tucker, S. (2017). Autism in my family: A journal for siblings of children with ASD. Philadelphia, PA: Jessica Kingsley Publishers. For ages 8-12.


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