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Autism Resource Guide

When your child is diagnosed on the autism spectrum, it’s common to feel completely overwhelmed. There’s no “GPS’ that will take you on a direct course of action…no single destination to aim towards. Likewise, if you are an educator, one way of teaching isn’t going to work from one autistic student to the next. Though there are many common characteristics, each child on the spectrum is unique.

So where do we find the people, programs and services that will fit the needs of our child? There are many great resources available but how do you track them down? We must become adept at researching, curating, and networking to find the hidden gems that will make all the difference in the world for our children.

Our A-List Autism Resource Guide

We try to make the drive easier through our curated A-List of autism resources. Here you’ll find:

  • Parent, teen and children’s books
  • Blogs and podcasts worth following for inspiration, ideas and support
  • Awesome apps, products and services
  • Family grant opportunities
  • Resources for employment
A-List Autism Resources Update
The 2016 Companion Guide

Each year we plan on releasing an updated companion to the A-List Autism Resource Guide. In the 2016 companion you’ll find:

  • Assistive Technology solutions
  • More blogs with great resources (especially for teachers)
  • Additional apps, products and services (especially for transition)
  • Employment training and entrepreneurship
  • New Parent, teen and children’s books
Autism Journey
Our Autism Guides are Free!

There are so many great people, organizations and autism resources available to help your child and your family. The A- List will help you discover some of the best.

We’re asking you to sign up on our mailing list to get these autism guides…Why? Because in addition to the A-List, you’ll also become a part of our autism community subscriber list with access to other autism resources. The only way you’ll know about them is through our email news.

Don’t be discouraged! Remember that we are on an incredible journey with our children. You are in the driver’s seat. Trust yourself and your ability to navigate towards the right solutions.

Click the button and let’s continue on this autism journey together!

*NOTE: Companies and individuals cannot pay to be featured in the A-List and Companion Update Guides. Geek Club Books receives no fees in exchange for being featured in the guides.

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About Jodi Murphy

I am the founder of Geek Club Books, autism storytelling through mobile apps for awareness, acceptance and understanding. My mission is to use the art of storytelling and technology to entertain and educate for the social good. I am a 'positive' autism advocate, mother of an awesome adult on the autism spectrum, lifestyle journalist, and marketing specialist.


  1. Pamela Saye says:

    I am looking for information on how to prepare our young autistic daughter/granddaughter for menstruation as we do believe this will be happening in the near future. Do you have any information that could help us. I have heard of “Social Stories” and wondered if there may be one to cover this topic.

    Thank you.

  2. Peggy Williams says:

    looking for books on how to help your autistic child in high school.. hes really struggling to keep his head above water in all is classes.. its not that he cant do them and he doesnt know the material but he keeps having shut downs and is struggling.

  3. Jal Morriss says:

    I am so frustrated! My 7 yr. old Autistic grandson is non-verbal. We live in Arizona and cannot find resources to improve his communication skills. He is quite pigeon toed and knock-kneed and has no physical therapist to work with him. Hard to believe, but there is little advocacy nor physicians, pediatricians who specialize in ASD in our state. If a child becomes difficult to handle (major meltdowns) or is in danger of self harming, they are put in the psychiatric unit at Phoenix Children’s Hospital which is not trained to treat autism. I don’t know where to turn to get him the help he needs and deserves. Please advise with any information you may have.

    • I so sorry that you are experience such frustration. From what I know, Arizona is one of the best states for helping those with autism. I met the founder of Firstplace Phoenix at the Autism Society Conference this summer. I believe that their services are for those who are older but I am sure that they would have great recommendations for you. Here is a link to their contact information:

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