This publication discusses the basics of sibling relationships at all ages and how autism can affect these dynamics. It provides important advice for parents about balancing responsibilities for each child, encouraging their kids to share feelings, explaining autism to other children, and initiating play and interaction between siblings. It also includes tips on how technology can help siblings and their families connect with other families. Throughout the book, family case studies provide insights into how other families deal with common concerns and situations.
Harris, S.L., Glasberg, B.A. (2012). Siblings of children with autism: a guide for families. Bethesda, MD: Woodbine House.