Questions about Autism Parenting Magazine

Its really an exciting age when you can get the latest news, information and techniques from the world of Autism Parenting delivered to your ipad while you sleep, all for the price of the cafe latte per month.

We have had a really amazing response to our last email about the new Autism Parenting Magazine  along with some questions from our readers.  So we thought we would help clarify.

Why is the app free but the issues are charged?

When you download the magazine, the application itself is free to download, and while we may release the occasional free issue to owners of the app, there is currently a charge for each issue which is  $3.99 for individual issues or $2.99 for monthly subscribers of the magazine.

How does the free trial work?

When you opt in to a monthly subscription, you get the first month free. If you continue to subscribe at the end of the first month, you will move to a monthly subscription which can be cancelled at any time.

How does it work with the monthly subscription?

Currently we are offering monthly subscriptions with a 25% discount from the regular price. Every month the subscription will auto renew and be automatically charged to your apple account. You receive a receipt for this which can be cancelled at any time.

















Is it possible to get the magazine on kindle or android?

Currently the answer is no, although we may be do this later on. If this is something you would be interested please leave us a comment below. If we get enough responses we will look at doing this sooner rather than later.

If you have any more questions please let us know, otherwise we look forward to you joining the growing community of parents reading the Autism Parenting Magazine


Mark Blakey

Mark Blakey is the founder of the Aspergers Test Site, after a successful career working in IT Mark wanted to share what he learned from his own diagnosis. He is the author of "Emotional Mastery for Adults with Aspergers" and "An Introduction to Aspergers Syndrome". Having received lots of questions from parents with autistic children, Mark went on to found Autism Parenting Magazine. The magazine has become an essential resource aimed at improving the quality of life for families effected by Autism. Its a monthly publication containing lots of helpful articles to help develop social skills, manage challenging behavior and improve communication.

  • Thordnel says:

    You must really make a kindle app (or android) for this or perhaps a subscription mag in kindle newsstand. Lots of people are using kindles and android these days. Thank you. 🙂 We’re very excited about this e-magazine.

  • Robyn wilson says:

    I am really wanting a copy of the Autism mag especially the free trial as my son experiences SPD. I have an android ph. Robyn

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