Overcoming Autism: A Message Of Hope
Robert Reed Publishers
On Sale: April 1, 2009
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78 SKILLS AND DRILLS FOR OPTIMUM CHILD DEVELOPMENT'Raindrops
on Roman and Whiskers on Kittens...These are a few of my
favorite things...'Songs, rhymes, and a large repertoire of
fun-filled methods bubbled out of this exemplary creative
mother, Elizabeth Scott, to gently and firmly teach her son
to overcome symptoms of autism.Raindrops on Roman will move
you to tears, punctuated with a few bursts of spontaneous
laughter, as you marvel at this touching true story. You
will learn very specific skills and drills that she used,
what materials to obtain to implement them, and what areas
each activity helps to develop and improve. This is a
must-have book for all parents and every professional
working with children who have autism.Elizabeth became an
educator and spent her career prior to Roman as a teacher.
Hopefully, the new recommendations by the American Academy
of Pediatrics (screening for autism for all children at 18
and 24 months), along with stories like Roman's will help
countless children overcome autism in the future. - Dr.
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