OAR publishes and provides resources to support families, educators, and clinical professionals. This page includes a complete list of all of the resources we offer to individuals and families at no cost.

Please note that our inventory is limited and restrict your order to the autism resources you need. If you request multiple copies or bulk orders, we reserve the right to charge a fee to maintain the inventory and cover the cost of shipping. All international (does not include overseas military APO and FPO addresses) shipping fees must be reimbursed to OAR.

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Featured Resources

Autism Resources

A Guide to Safety

This book will educate parents about how to prevent and mitigate emergency events, safety threats that may affect their child in the future, and how to teach safety habits that will build a foundation for safety in adulthood.

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Autism Resources

Kit for Kids

Our Kit for Kids program is designed to teach elementary and middle school students about their peers with autism. The kit is centered around an illustrated booklet entitled “What’s Up with Nick?”.

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Guidebook Series

Comprehensive guidebooks, manuals, and booklets for parents, self-advocates, educators, clinical professionals, military families, and first responders (police officers, fire fighters, etc.)

The Life Journey Through Autism series includes 10 publications. Topics range from addressing safety concerns at home to navigating the special education system.

Select guidebooks are also available in eBook format. You can download them for KindleNook, and Kobo.


Professional Development DVDs, Teacher Training Manuals, Classroom Sets of Booklets for special education specialists, school administrators, general and special education teachers, and students with and without autism (K-12, college)

These resources help educators address autism concerns across the school and within the classroom through teacher professional education and tools for promoting peer acceptance.

Autism Siblings Initiative

Colorful guide workbooks and booklets for parents, autism siblings, and self-advocates

OAR’s “Autism Sibling Support” initiative offers guidance for young children, teenagers, and parents on how to productively address the ups and downs that may arise for individuals who have a brother or sister with autism. The resources below were written by siblings, for other siblings.

External Websites

Discover our other websites that support ongoing OAR initiatives. We have autism resources for families, self-advocates, military families

OAR creates and maintains online resources that support various OAR initiatives including safety, military families, and adult employment.

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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 the you provide proper attribution of the source in all copies. Parties interested in translating the resources may request a license agreement.

For other uses of materials or for more information, please contact us at programs@researchautism.org.