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Welcome to OAR’s Autism Resource Store!

The Organization for Autism Research publishes and provides resources to support families, autistic individuals, educators, employers, and clinical professionals.

We provide free shipping to all customers in the U.S., including overseas military APO and FPO addresses. International shipping fees are not covered by OAR. All downloads are free.

Introducing OAR’s New Lending Library on Libby

You can now borrow OAR’s resources using the Libby app, by Overdrive!  The lending library also includes popular fiction and non-fiction books, clinical texts, guidebooks, kids’ books, and more for community members to borrow for free from their personal devices for leisure or educational reading.

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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.

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  • Your Child’s Healthy Growth

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    Today, one in 36 children is born with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Although the number of diagnoses is increasing, early intervention remains the best way to ensure a bright future for individuals on the autism spectrum. To ensure children with ASD are properly diagnosed, it is essential to learn about developmental milestones and behaviors that may be cause for concern. This booklet comes with text in English and Spanish. 
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  • It’s Better to Know!

    Today, one in 36 children is born with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Although the number of diagnoses is increasing, early intervention remains the best way to ensure a bright future for individuals on the autism spectrum. To ensure children with ASD are properly diagnosed, it is essential to learn about developmental milestones and behaviors that may be cause for concern.  In this fotonovela, Carlos and Consuelo worry about their son Carlitos’ development. They decide to go see their family doctor as it’s better to know what is going on. The hard copy of this booklet comes with text in English and Spanish. 
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