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Special Learning Inc. eBooks Now Available on iBooks For Apple Devices

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Comprehensive eBook series that provides the latest information to parents, care providers and other individuals interested in learning more about autism is now available for purchase on iTunes.

CHICAGO, Illinois (PRWEB) January 14, 2013

Special Learning, Inc., the leading global provider of mobile technology applications and educational resources for the autism community, announced today that its comprehensive educational eBook series is now available in iBook format for iPad, iPhone (3G or later) and iPod touch (2nd generation or later). Parents, care providers and other individuals interested in learning more about autism spectrum disorder (ASD) can easily access relevant and helpful information by purchasing these eBooks for their Apple devices.

Special Learning’s eBook series offers thorough information on ASD and the evidence-based therapy of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). Parents and providers can read up-to-date information about topics including the basics of autism; pursuance of behavioral strategies and therapies including ABA; implementing an ABA program; and managing an autism diagnosis through different developmental stages.


Special Learning eBooks have been developed specifically for those looking to obtain a broad understanding of ASD and ABA therapy. Each book presents pertinent, well-researched information that provides a better understanding of ASD, the different ABA approaches used in dealing with the various symptoms of ASD and the challenges associated along the way.

Educator Teaching Series

The Special Learning Educator Teaching Series is a set of downloadable books for educators, parents, practitioners and other individuals involved in the care and education of children with autism or other developmental disabilities. Apart from providing theoretical information, these eBooks provide practical advice and examples that can be applied immediately by the readers.

Literature Summaries

Special Learning’s ABA Literature Summaries cover various topics that are helpful and educational to behavior analysts, educators and parents who prefer advanced reading about ABA and ASD. Each literature summary, developed and written by licensed industry experts, contains the latest facts and studies on different topics that are applicable to professionals in the industry.

Special Learning eBooks are also available on Kindle format.

The goal of Special Learning continues to be the spread of knowledge surrounding the topic of ASD and ABA therapy. With the expansion of its eBook series to now include iBooks, Special Learning continues its mission to make a positive impact in the lives of individuals, who are affected by autism, around the globe.

Special Learning’s library of eBooks can be purchased from iTunes. For additional information on Special Learning’s eBook series and select titles, visit Special Learning’s online store at https://special-learning.com/store/1/1.

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