Welcome to Future Horizons!
In our breadth of book titles, you will find offerings from the best minds in the field, providing a wide variety of approaches to the challenges of autism and Asperger’s Syndrome.
We are selective in the items we add to our catalog and are very cautious about the word “cure.” If there is one theme in our publications, it’s the focus on the positive and the progress these special people can make.
Individuals with autism spectrum disorders have unique talents and challenges, as we all do. We’d like to stress how interconnected all the topics and strategies are. Communication, social skills, behavior, sensory issues—improvement or deficit in one area will usually affect the other areas as well. So, we encourage you to take your time and explore our resources. Thinking outside the box is not only beneficial, but essential!
Book Review Process
Future Horizons has published over 500 titles that span the topics of Autism Spectrum Disorder, Asperger’s and Sensory Processing Disorder from some of the brightest minds of the twenty first century.
We receive a variety of requests from news agencies, literary magazines and bloggers and are eager to work with the community to inform, educate and promote awareness on solutions, insights and inspiration.
Our book review process is simple, just click the email button to the right and you will be in touch with Lyn Dunsavage Young who will guide you through the process or visit our Contact Us area of the website.
Manuscript & Product Submission Guidelines
Future Horizons is a global leader in books, DVDs and multimedia for Autism and Asperger’s Syndrome.
We would love the opportunity to review your manuscript or product.
Please download and review our Author Guidelines.
Permissions Information & Requests
All requests to copy or reprint from our publications must be submitted in writing by fax, email, or postal service.
For copy requests (e.g., making copies for classroom use, the inclusion of our material in PowerPoint presentations and printing handouts for workshops, etc.), please provide the name and author of our publication, the pages/excerpt you wish to use, the number of copies you wish you make, and a brief description of your intent with the material.
For reprint requests (e.g., reprinting an excerpt in another book, periodical, or on a website), please provide the name and author of our publication, the exact excerpt you wish to use, a brief description of your publication, and an estimate of how many copies will be made (print run, readership, etc).
Permission requests are processed in the order they are received. Please allow at least two weeks for copy requests and four weeks for reprint requests.
If you and/or your organization are interested in selling our products, please contact Lyn Dunsavage Young for discounts, schedules and other support services for distributors.
If you are an individual who would like to sell our products, ask specifically about the Mini-Distributors’ program. To inquire about distribution, complete a Contact Form and Lyn will be in touch to handle your request.
Publishers or foreign agents inquiring about translation rights to our publications may contact Rose Heredia-Bechtel through the button to the right via email, or by fax or mail. Requests should include the author’s name, book title, copyright year, and foreign language of interest.
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