Our Story

In 1995 I worked for one of the first online companies Dialog Information Services and I had my first child, Geoffrey. In 1999 he was diagnosed with autism. Since my job at the time was teaching people how to research information I started to learn all I could about autism. This led to writing a book called Starting Sensory Therapy: Fun Activities for the Home and Classroom. My goal in writing..


It Began with a Dream.

National Autism Resources was born with a dream to make the world a little easier for individuals on the spectrum. Our goal is to provide tools that help you build skills (while having some fun along the way)! This has led us to create partnerships with knowledgeable professionals to provide innovative products that support success.

Our advisory board includes an award winning author, former LAUSD teacher of the year recipient, adults on the spectrum, and therapists with over 20 years of experience working with individuals on the spectrum.

Our tools are designed to help students understand what is expected of them in class, manage their anxiety, and support focus. Our products help students become more independent and teachers more successful in general and special education settings.

Because we believe supporting the autism community is so important, our goal is to earn customers for life! We promise to provide:

  • Excellent Customer Service
  • Innovative Products
  • Helpful advice from reputable sources.

Your orders help us to:

  • Create jobs for individuals on the spectrum. We use our tools and philosophy daily to support our staff as they work!
  • Provide and develop free resources for the autism community.
  • Donate to under served communities.

We work with the Department of Rehab to employ individuals on the spectrum. We’re demonstrating that our tools are effective in the classroom and the work world. We are committed to creating more opportunities for those we serve.

Thank you for supporting our dream!


Our book, Starting Sensory Therapy, was a winner of a 2006 Disney iParenting Media Award!

This book is a great resource for busy parents whose children are starting therapy. Bonnie Arnwine, the parent of a child with sensory processing disorder (also called dysfunction in sensory integration) has packed this book with fun activities, timesaving tips, and quick cleanup techniques.

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OAR is dedicated to improving the lives of everyone impacted by autism by supporting research that produces meaningful and practical results.

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