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About this Library
*This library will be most helpful for parents of kids identified as “high-functioning,” Levels 1 “requiring support” and 2 “requiring substantial support”, or Asperger’s.
“Thank you, thank you, thank you for this summit. It has been SO eye opening. I am seriously in tears because it is the perfect message at the perfect time. I’ve passed the link on to all of my fellow Autism mom friends. All of your efforts in organizing this are appreciated.”
— Bethany, U.S, 2018 Parenting Autism Summit
You have forever access to all the 2018 Parenting Autism Summit sessions, the companion Empowerment Workbook, and the downloadable bonuses offered by every one of the experts.
What You’ll Learn
Autism is a complex neuro-developmental disorder. Understanding the gifts and challenges will help you better understand your child so you can help them succeed.
Treatment and therapies can greatly improve the lives of individuals with autism, even those with symptoms that are less obvious. Learn about the options so you can determine what will be helpful for your child.
Many parents worry about how to change autistic behaviors, but it’s more helpful to understand what causes the behaviors. Learn what your child’s behavior is telling you, and how to address it.
School, Work & Life Skills
Many families wonder how to help their autistic child function in a neurotypical world. We’ll tackle school issues, transition strategies, college success, and employment readiness for individuals with autism.
Friends & Family
Social and communication skills are a well-known struggle for those on the autism spectrum. Learn how to strengthen the parent-child relationship, improve social skills, and navigate relationships.
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Thank you very much | Sarah Wayland, Ph.D. – Parenting Autism Experts Library, Vol. 1