By Helen Conroy and Lisa Joyce Goes, with Foreword by Robert W. Sears, MD
The Thinking Moms’ Revolution (TMR) is a group of twenty-three moms (and one awesome dad) from Montana to Malaysia who all have children with developmental disabilities. Initially collaborating online about therapies, biomedical intervention, alternative medicine, special diets, . . . → Read More: The Thinking Moms’ Revolution
11-year-old Max from NBC’s Parenthood asks his Dad, “Well, what is Aspergers Syndrome?” His dad struggles to explain, but when Max hears him use words like disability and aspergers syndrome, it leaves Max feeling confused and alone.
Getting an Aspergers Diagnosis
When a child is diagnosed with Aspergers Syndrome (AS), an autism spectrum . . . → Read More: Aspergers Syndrome Awareness Found on TV
The statistics are grim: today, autism affects 1 in 88 children. And with recent news that the American Psychiatric Association is changing the definition of autism (http://nyti.ms/A9pAmb), the personal stories and the lives behind the statistics and headlines are often lost in a sea of confusion and controversy.
Just in time for Father’s Day, . . . → Read More: Autism and Father’s Day – New Book Available
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This cookbook takes the guesswork out of shopping and cooking delicious meals everyone will enjoy.
There’s no missing out with such tasty delights as:
NoNut Crunchy Coffee Cake Eggless French Toast DairyFree Risotto Curry No Soy Pork and Veggie Stir Fry Wheat and . . . → Read More: The Everything Food Allergy Cookbook – FREE on Kindle Today!
The Center for Disease Control reports that 5.4 million children between the ages 5-17 have been diagnosed with ADHD by a healthcare professional. Of those children, boys were (13.2%) more likely than girls (5.6%) to have been diagnosed with ADHD.
Children with ADHD can have a difficult time fitting in at school. There are . . . → Read More: Raising Boys with ADHD
First time children’s book author Nick Dazé, is in the final days of his campaign to raise funding to independently publish his children’s book Roger Nix President at Age Six.
The story is about kindergartener Roger Nix, an ordinary boy: Roger loves kindergarten, playing make-believe, and hanging out with his imaginary friends (a baby . . . → Read More: Roger Nix President at Age Six
I want to make you aware of a great autism related book that I think, some of you would really enjoy reading. It is called “What Happens Next? Raising a Son with Autism,” and it is a father’s story of one family learning with and from their autistic son, Greg.
When a parent first . . . → Read More: Great New Book on Autism