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Autism Asperger's Digest (available in print and digital)

Wayne Gilpin on the cover of Autism Asperger's DigestPractical Strategies. Positive Stories. Proactive Solutions.

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.

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Author News Series

Future Horizons' Author News Series features article contributions from our authors that relate to autism, sensory issues, behavior, and more.

"America's Choice' Alexis Wineman Tells Her Story" by Lyn Dunsavage Young

"Apps for Autism" by Lois Jean Brady, CCC-SLP

Teaching Social and Pragmatic Language Skills by Susan Fell, LMSW and JoEllen Cumpata, MA, CCC-SLP

"Sensitive Sam Visits the Dentist" by Marla Roth-Fisch

Who Should Read the Revised Collector's 3rd Edition of "The Way I See It" by Dr. Temple Grandin

Some "Thoughts" About Sensory Processing Disorder and Autism by Jennifer McIlwee Myers

“Behavior” in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder by Beth Aune, OTR/L


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Book of the Month

Developing Leisure Time Skills for People with Autism Spectrum Disorders

Our Founder: Wayne Gilpin

Wayne Gilpin

Our founder, Wayne Gilpin. On April 17th, Wayne lost his fight with cancer.  It is with heavy hearts we say good bye to the person, but not his legacy.
Wayne’s life touched many others, both inside and outside of the autism community. 

Learn more about R. Wayne Gilpin's Legacy