ACC Network Resources

ACC and ME

This children’s book was published in 2007 in an effort to create greater understanding and awareness of ACC. The beautifully illustrated picture book was co-authored by Kathy Schilmoeller, Ph.D., cofounder of the ACC Network, and Lynn Paul, Ph.D., and illustrated by Cindy Reisenauer, a mother of an adult son with ACC. If you would like more information about the book, including how to obtain a copy, contact

ACC- Listserv

The ACC Listserv is an electronic discussion group focused on disorders of the corpus callosum and related issues. Currently, more than 500 people (parents, individuals with ACC, and professionals) participate in the listserv.

Selected ACC References

A list of published medical and scientific articles related to callosal conditions
Agenesis of the corpus callosum selected references (.pdf version)
Agenesis of the corpus callosum selected references (MSWord version)


The ACC Network newsletter, The Callosal Connection, includes news and information about callosal conditions, research reports, family stories and other items of interest to individuals, family members, and professionals.

You can download key articles from previous newsletters below:

2007 Fall The Role of Occupational Therapy for Children with ACC
What is Early Intervention?
ACC Network Research Report: Health-related Issues in Individuals with ACC
Resources for the Early Years
2007 Spring Transition Planning for Young Adults with ACC
Legal Issues to Consider During Transition
Resources for Transition Planning
2006 Summer Ongoing ACC Research
2005 Fall To Tell or Not to Tell
2005 Spring ACC Network Research Report: Children with ACC and Their Siblings Being the Other Child, Part 2 (Part 1 of this article can be found in Spring 2004 Issue)
2004 Spring Being the Other Child: Part 1
Will My Child Talk?
Resources for Sibling Issues
2003 Spring Neuropsychological Assessments: An Important Tool for Managing ACC
Learning to Ride a Bike: One Step at a Time
2001 Summer Working with Your Speech-language Pathologish
ACC Network Research Report: Minding the Gap
2000 Winter Educational Suggestions for Children with ACC