Autism Tomorrow: The Complete Guide to Help Your Child Thrive in the Real World

Autism Tomorrow: The Complete Guide to Help Your Child Thrive in the Real World

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By (author) Karen L Simmons, By (author) Bill Davis

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  • Publisher: Autism Today
  • Format: Paperback | 225 pages
  • Dimensions: 150mm x 226mm x 15mm | 340g
  • Publication date: 1 August 2011
  • Publication City/Country: Seattle, WA
  • ISBN 10: 0972468226
  • ISBN 13: 9780972468220
  • Edition statement: Original
  • Sales rank: 645,390

Product description

Autism Tomorrow is a comprehensive resource that addresses many questions pertaining to your child with autism, such as financial planning, long-term care, employment options, and employer relationships, community resources, education, bullying, puberty, doctor visits, sex, nutrition, fitness, family relationships, and more.

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Autism Tomorrow is coauthored by Karen L. Simmons and Bill Davis, both parents of a child with autism. They have become national experts, spokespersons, and advocates for those with autism. Each contributing author shares their expertise and deep commitment to you and your child's happiness and success, today and in the future.

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Autism is not a declaration that normalcy is impossible. "Autism Tomorrow: The Complete Guide to Help Your Child Thrive in the Real World" is a guide for parents of Autistic children who want to help their child overcome their disorder to live something close to what we call normal, as Karen Simmons and Bill Davis advise parents on how to advise their children on the many things that make up the real world, finances, sexuality, employment, health, and so much more. "Autism Tomorrow" is a strong pick for any parent who has higher expectations and hope for their children than to treat them like children their entire life.Book ReviewMidwest Book ReviewLibrary BookwatchThe Parenting ShelfJuly 2011James A. Cox, Editor-in-Chief