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Autism Asperger's Digest

Please note: There seems to be a little confusion because the application is listed as free on Apple’s Newsstand

Please note: There seems to be a little confusion because the application is listed as free on Apple’s Newsstand

Autism Asperger's Digest

by Future Horizons
Autism Asperger's Digest
Autism Asperger's Digest
Autism Asperger's Digest

What is it about?

Please note: There seems to be a little confusion because the application is listed as free on Apple’s Newsstand. The application (the delivery method for receiving our subscription) is free. The subscriptions are not.

Autism Asperger's Digest

App Details

Version
3.6.3
Rating
(10)
Size
32Mb
Genre
Education Magazines & Newspapers
Last updated
February 3, 2016
Release date
January 9, 2012
More info

Autism Asperger's Digest is FREE but there are more add-ons

  • $24.99

    Autism Digest

  • $3.99

    Autism Digest

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    Autism Digest

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    Autism Digest

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    Jan/Feb 2013 of Autism Asperger's Digest

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    Autism Digest

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    Jul/Aug 2013 of Autism Asperger's Digest

  • $4.99

    Mar/Apr 2013 of Autism Asperger's Digest

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    Jan-Dec 2012 of Autism Asperger's Digest

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App Store Description

Please note: There seems to be a little confusion because the application is listed as free on Apple’s Newsstand. The application (the delivery method for receiving our subscription) is free. The subscriptions are not.

1 year subscription (4 issues) = $24.99
2011 Issues (6 issues) = $15.99
2010 Issues (6 issues) = $12.99
Individual issues = $4.99


The subscription will include the current issue if you do not already own it and subsequently published future issues. Payment will be charged to your iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. This subscription will automatically renew unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period, your account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period. The cost of the renewal will match the initial subscription price.

WHAT’S NEW IN THIS ISSUE:
This will be specific to the issue.

WHY WE CREATED THIS MAGAZINE:
If you are new to AADigest, we would like to thank you for taking the time to read this magazine, and welcome you into our community.

Please allow us a moment to tell you why we do this, and what we believe.

First and foremost, we believe that we have been given an opportunity—a calling—to instill hope in parents, teachers, therapists, friends, and family members alike who work every day with kids with autism. Since most of the staff at AADigest have a child on the spectrum, we are like you—in a never-ending search for the best possible treatments, tips, and research that might improve the lives of our special children and ourselves. We also believe that we are on a special journey to experience things that families with neurotypical kids will never be given the opportunity to share. With this comes hard times and much work—sometimes with little to no perceivable steps forward—but the rewards are tremendous.

We have heard Temple Grandin speak at many conferences, and have come away with one undeniable truth: She embodies the “possibilities” for everyone in the room. That’s exactly WHY we created AADigest—to celebrate these hopes and possibilities. To share in our defeats and our triumphs. To stand together against what sometimes seem like insurmountable odds, while understanding that someone has gone before us and has succeeded. We firmly believe that’s why Temple is AADigest’s longest running columnist (11 years), and still writes for us to this day. She believes, like we do, that with understanding, testing, and trying, we can overcome most of the obstacles in our way.

We believe in giving our readers the very best information anywhere in the field of autism. We believe knowledge is power. And therein lies our WHY. It is our hope and belief that as we find and discover new ideas, the AADigest community should be the first to know about it. We believe that we become stronger by sharing information with our community, rather than going it alone.

We believe that parents, teachers, therapists, friends, and family members of spectrum kids are to be lifted up with praise for their tireless work. We believe in the ability, rather than the disability, of individuals. We believe in progress. We believe in courage, creativity, and dedication. We believe in always being curious. We believe in going beyond standard thinking. We believe in asking the hard questions. We believe in standing against the incorrect and the inaccurate. We believe in moving past established boundaries. We believe in helping one another. That’s WHY AADigest exists; it is the natural extension of what we believe.