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Support Resources

OAR publishes and provides resources to support families, educators, and clinical professionals in English and Spanish, including bilingual booklets. This page includes a complete list of all of the bilingual and Spanish resources we offer to individuals and families.

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“What’s Up With Nick?”

Our Kit for Kids program is designed to teach elementary and middle school students about their autistic peers. This kit is centered around an illustrated booklet entitled “What’s Up with Nick?”. This colorful, kid-friendly booklet tells the story about a new student named Nick, who has autism, through the eyes of a typical peer. The story teaches children that autistic students may think differently or need some accommodations, but all students are of equal worth and can be great friends. This story is a great way to teach young children about autism.

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Activity Workbooks: Grades K-1, 2-3, 4-5, 6-8

The Kit for Kids online activity workbooks expand upon the information presented in the “What’s Up with Nick?” story and give students a chance to engage with the material they just learned in the lesson. There are different workbooks for students in grades K-1, 2-3, 4-5, and 6-8. They can be assigned as independent or group classwork, or as homework.

Grades K-1
Grades 2-3
Grades 4-5
Grades 6-8

Guidebook Series

Comprehensive guidebooks, manuals, and booklets for parents, self-advocates, and educators are available in Spanish.

The Life Journey Through Autism series includes 10 publications, including 4 available in Spanish. Topics range from navigating research to preparing a growing child for adulthood. Click on the title of each resource to order a copy, or download the English or Spanish version.

Bilingual Resources

Reproduction Policy

These guidebooks are available for use by all those whose lives are affected by autism. In keeping with OAR’s mission, the information included in these books may be utilized for personal use, teaching, research, for IEP meetings, or any other capacity in order to facilitate the dissemination of information. You may reproduce (print, make photocopies, or download) these materials without prior permission for non-commercial purposes. If used professionally, we ask that you provide proper attribution of the source in all copies. Parties interested in translating the resources may request a license agreement.

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