Step Ahead of Autism: What You Can Do to Ensure the Best Possible Outcome for Your Child (Google eBook)

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Sunrise River Press, Oct 6, 2011 - Family & Relationships - 160 pages
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Readers will learn how to transform themselves-their intentions, beliefs, attitudes, and reactions-so that they have more power over how their child does. Provides the reader with step-by-step, attainable, parent-tested exercises, techniques, and tips on how to step up to the challenge and become the parents they need to be to guide their child to a positive outcome.
  

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User Review  - signrock - LibraryThing

I received this book from Early Reviewers, As a mom with a child on the spectrum and someone who works closely with the Autism community, I found little that was new or insightful in this book. That ... Read full review

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User Review  - JaneHuber - LibraryThing

This book is part memoir, part self-help. While I felt it had helpful content, I think it would have been stronger as one thing or the other. There isn't quite enough practical guidance for the book ... Read full review

Contents

Prologue Step Ahead to a Better Outcome
1
Step One Trust
7
Step Two Observe
14
Step Three Accept
27
Step Four Ascertain
40
Step Five Adapt
51
Step Six Advocate
61
Step Seven Assess Your Attitude
76
Step Ten Aspire
106
Putting the Steps into Practice
119
Defining and Redefining Success
128
Your Next Steps
136
Joeys Valedictorian Speech
141
Resources
143
Index
145
About the Author
147

Step Eight Assert Your Authority
83
Step Nine Delegate
97

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About the author (2011)

Anne Moore Burnett: has twenty years experience successfully raising an autistic child. Educators, doctors, psychologists, and counselors have referred hundreds of parents to Burnett over the past fifteen years for direction and advice in the field of autism. Burnett has sat on the Tri-Town Curriculum Board for Special Needs for the past ten years and holds a Director certification from the Office for Children in Washington, DC.

T. Berry Brazelton: Professor of Pediatrics Emeritus, Harvard Medical School and found of the Brazelton Touchpoints Center

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