ICDRI's logo

Translate this page automatically. 

Main Body

Google
 


 

 

Test your Site for Accessibility with Cynthia Says ™

 

 

Home
About Us
Donations
Accessibility
Technology
Calendar
Site Map
Register
Create
Activities
Sponsorship
Products/ Services
Books
Contact
Privacy Policy

 

 

Autism Treatment Center of America
THE SON-RISE PROGRAM® 
 at The Option Institute

Resource Summary Page

 

Page Sponsored By

Find Mobility Vans and Accessible Vans for Sale at AMS Vans.

Compare prices for handicap vans with power wheelchair lifts and wheelchair ramps. All scooter/wheelchair vans converted by AMS Vans come with 7/70 conversion warranties and are financed, serviced and delivered nationwide. Call 1.800.775.8267 and mention ICDRI to receive a $250 discount!!!

Handicap Vans for Sale | Handicap Van Sales | Used Handicap Vans |

 

Resource Name: Autism Treatment Center of America

Associated Organization: THE SON-RISE PROGRAM at The Option Institute 

Country of Origin: USA

Address: 2080 S Undermountain Road 

City: Sheffield,   

State or Province: MA

ZIP or Postal Code: 01257 

Telephone: 413/229-2100 

Fax: 413/229-3202

Email: sonrise@option.org

Site Summary:  Below is Anthony Sitchler's description of the AbleWorld Site:

The Son-Rise Program is a highly effective method for helping children with Autism, Autism Spectrum Disorders, and related developmental challenges that has been achieving dramatic results for over 25 years.

Our core philosophy is based on the innovative work and books of authors/teachers Barry Neil Kaufman and Samahria Lyte Kaufman.  The Son-Rise Program is the only autism treatment program designed by parents.  The program was originally created to help their son Raun, diagnosed at 18 months as severely and incurably autistic.  Today, Raun is a graduate of an Ivy League university and teaches and lectures around the world, bearing no trace of his former condition.  Raun’s story and the Kaufman’s work is outlined in the book Son-Rise: The Miracle Continues and the NBC TV movie Son-Rise: A Miracle of Love.  The Kaufmans refined the program they created and now The Son-Rise program has been used to help thousands of families across the globe.  We invite you to explore our site so you can see how your visitors might benefit from a link to
http://www.son-rise.org.  Our site features, a wealth of information about The Son-Rise Program including pages specifically regarding Autism, Autism Spectrum and other related developmental challenges.  In addition we offer a very popular and informative message board (http://www.son-rise.org/wwwboard/wwwboard.html), free Q&A sessions with Son-Rise Teachers, and an abundance of inspirational letters & quotes.

If you refer your visitors to specific books or offer a link to books and other educational material, please consider a link to (
http://www.option.org/indigo/index.html), our on-line book, tape, and video catalog.

Disability Association(s): Autism

Internet Location:  http://www.son-rise.org/ 

Internet Resource Type: Web Site

Resource Type: Education

 

Page Sponsored By:

Need a wheelchair van? Service, Selection and Value are what set AMS Wheelchair Vans apart from all the other Disabled Van Dealers. Their outstanding selections of over 60 used wheelchair vans come with brand new side or rear entry lowered floor minivan conversions and 7/70 limited warranties. Need an accessible van today? Good News, AMS handicap vans are ready for immediate nationwide delivery. Need Mobility Van Funding? No problem it's available in all 50 states and so is nationwide wheel chair van service. AMS offers a low price guarantee too with daily and weekly handicapped van sales. Mention ICDRI and receive an additional $250.00 OFF! Call 1.800.775.VANS (8267) TODAY!

Accessible Vans | Wheelchair Van Sales | Used Handicap Vans | Sell Wheelchair Vans | Adapted Vans Resale Program

 

Google Enter your search terms Submit search form
 
Web www.icdri.org

Copyright © 1998

 

Copyright © 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 International Center for Disability Resources on the Internet Disclaimer and Privacy Policy