Autism Every Day (Paperback)

Over 150 Strategies Lived and Learned by a Professional Autism Consultant with 3 Sons on the Spectrum

By Alyson Beytien

Future Horizons, 9781935274506, 286pp.

Publication Date: November 15, 2011

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Description

Stemming from a wealth of both professional and personal experience, this guidebook combines real-life stories of challenges and successes with practical ideas for handling autism, every day. Autism consultant Alyson Beytien outlines over 150 tried-and-true techniques for home, school, and community.

Alyson's three boys cover the whole spectrum of autism--Asperger's syndrome, high-functioning autism, and classic autism. She understands the wide range of needs these children have and has discovered what helps and what hinders. Covering a full gamut of issues--from picky-eating and echolalia to IEPs and "The Woes of Walmart"--Alyson's ideas and interventions will inspire and inform all those who are connected to a person with autism. Alyson believes that each day brings more opportunities to learn, problem-solve, and celebrate the joys that children with autism bring to our world--after all, today's crisis is tomorrow's humor. Her family's motto will soon become your everyday mantra: "Improvise and Overcome "



Praise For Autism Every Day: Over 150 Strategies Lived and Learned by a Professional Autism Consultant with 3 Sons on the Spectrum

“Alyson is able to turn the mundane into the extraordinary, and deliver life’s important messages in ways that resonate and linger.” —Diane Twachtman-Cullen, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, Editor-in-Chief, Autism Spectrum Quarterly



“Alyson has done a fantastic job in developing a family- and professional-friendly book, all rolled into one!” 

—Sharon Rettinger, Parent



“Written by a mother and autism expert, Autism Every Day combines wisdom with humor and what we know with practical applications and how-to's. The author's writing style is like sitting down for a cup of coffee with a parent at a support group.” 

—Marty Murphy, Individual with Autism