Current Resources on Individuals with Autism

Currently there is much being written about individuals who live with autism. Denver Public Library has many resources. In Colorado there are many organizations ready and able to assist.

Adult Nonfiction Books

Children Nonfiction Books

Sensory Storytime
This storytime is designed specifically for children with special needs and their families. We will sing, read, dance, and socialize. Sensory Storytime takes place on the 2nd Saturday of each month. To register please call the 720-865-1306 or email

Community Resources in Colorado

Parents Encouraging Parents Conferences Conferences for parents of children with special needs aimed at providing support and knowledge of resources to best assist their children. (303) 866-6694

Parent to Parent of Colorado Provides support to parents of children with disabilities and health needs. 1-877-472-7201

Peak Parent Center Training, information and technical assistance to parents with children birth to twenty-six-years-old with disabilities. 1-800-284-0251

Autism Society of Colorado Aim is to improve the lives of all affected by autism. (720) 214-0794

Databases Available at Denver Public Library
(Available with a Library Card)

Consumer Health Complete – General health/medical database with information on autism.

Health & Wellness Center – General health/medical database with information on autism.


MedlinePlus – General health information provided by the U.S. National Library of Medicine.

Written by Dawn on December 16, 2013


Mary on December 16, 2013


Just to add to your list of resources at the Denver Public Library - The Reference Services Department at the Central Library subscribes to the Autism Spectrum Quarterly

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