"Navigating Autism" Is a Must-Have Guide for Parents Struggling to Get Services for Their Children With Autism
"Repeat After Me: It Is Not My Fault That My Child Has Autism -- Everything Will Be Okay. Good. Now Let's Get to Work..." -- Introduction From "Navigating Autism: The Essential How-To By Parents For Parents"
(MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) -- "Navigating Autism: The Essential How-to By Parents for Parents" is a heart-warming, accessible and empowering "how-to" guide to help parents work through educational, governmental and medical obstacles to get the critical help their autistic children need. Written by Melissa Martinez-Areffi and Andrew Areffi, the parents of three children diagnosed with autism, the book also offers warm, honest anecdotes about their own experiences, providing inspiration and support to any parent going through the autistic journey.
Published by Amazon ($24.95, www.amazon.com )on July 17, 2012, "Navigating Autism" is the first book of its kind to gather all of the necessary information about autism in one place and lay out specific instructions for parents. It demonstrates how to decode the jargon of therapists and teaches parents a way of thinking that will allow them to navigate the system of medical and educational administration in which they find themselves. In "Navigating Autism," parents can find... READ MORE >>
Barry Smith / Bonnie Winings
email@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.org