A one-stop compendium for parents of children with autism.
The most recent studies estimate that 1 in 68 children in America are on the autism spectrum. For the parents and families of these children, having support is vital. But the search for the right information can be difficult, and it may be even harder to find the time for the research that is needed. The Parent’s Autism Sourcebook brings that information to you, offering families of children with autism a full range of up-to-date resources on diagnoses, doctors, organizations, and much more.
Whether you are concerned about finding the right school, possible treatment options, methods for social interaction, or are just looking for the support of other parents of children with autism, this book can help you find what you need. The resources gathered from across the nation in this comprehensive sourcebook include information on:
Evaluation and screening methods Specialized doctors and clinics Schools and social groups Potential treatments and interventions Legal services and consultation And more Raising a child on the autism spectrum can present unique challenges for parents. Finding the resources and support they need shouldn’t be one of them. The Parent’s Autism Sourcebook will help families everywhere.
Kim Mack Rosenberg is the president of the National Autism Association’ s New York Metro Chapter, serves on the board of the Elizabeth Birt Center for Autism Law and Advocacy, is a member of the Health Choice Executive Leadership Team, and was a co-editor of Vaccine Epidemic. She’ s testified before various government organizations and discussed vaccines and autism on a variety of media platforms. She lives in New York, NY.