A quarterly magazine: Real life information for meeting the real life challenges of Autism Spectrum Disorders.
Four idea-packed issues per year, all written in clear, easy-to-understand language, address traditional, alternative and emerging thought.
Educational and inspirational articles, featured books,and regular columns authored by noted ASD professionals, including an exclusive column by Dr. Temple Grandin.
All presented within an unswerving positive attitude about people with autism/AS and their abilities. In publication since 1999.
Multiple award-winning international magazine focused on offering ways you can be a “can do” parent or teacher and help those on the autism spectrum be “can do” kids, teens and adults.
Dr. Temple Grandin, selected by Time magazine as one of the "100 Most Influential People in the World” (2010) and Jennifer Gilpin Yacio, president of Future Horizons, have co-authored their first children’s book!
Temple Did It and I Can Too! immediately captured the independent Academics' “Choice Award” with its seal of excellence as a “Smart Book,” which is recognized worldwide by consumers and educational institutions as indicators of genuinely effective learning products that stimulate the mind and provide potential for students to succeed. Read More
Future Horizons' Author News Series features article contributions from our authors that relate to autism, sensory issues, behavior, and more.
By Lyn Dunsavage Young
By Dr. Temple Grandin, author of The Way I See It & The Loving Push
The International Aspergirl Society launches new campaigns and tour by Lyn Dunsavage Young
"America's Choice' Alexis Wineman Tells Her Story" by Lyn Dunsavage Young