You are here

Parent Account

Autism Life Skills, From Communication and Safety to Self-Esteem and More, 10 Essential Abilities Every Child Needs and Deserves to Learn

Author: 
Chantal Sicile-Kira
Type: 
Book
Location: 
Lending Library, Danvers ASC
Notes: 
This selection is full of advice from adults with ASDs, and advice from the author. This book has the potential to help people with ASDs reach their potential.

Ten Things Every Child With Autism Wishes You Knew

Author: 
Ellen Notbohm
Type: 
Book
Location: 
Lending Library, Danvers ASC
Notes: 
The author names the top ten things a person with autism would want you to know. She is a mother, and a professional in the autism field.
Library: 

The Gift of Autism

Author: 
Rebekah Shumway
Type: 
Book
Location: 
Lending Library, ASC Danvers
Notes: 
This book tells a mother's account of the first few years following her daughter's diagnosis of autism disorder, and the joyful discoveries hidden in the journey that is life. (From back of book)
Library: 

my daughter, my teacher, Mary Ann, Autistic in English and Spanish

Author: 
Martha Hanes Ziegler
Type: 
None
Location: 
Lending Library, Danvers
Notes: 
Martha Ziegler and her daughter Mary Ann, now 46 and autistic, share their lives together as they move through mystery and discrimination to revolutionary change in the disability arena. Mary Ann's story extends from a time when her local public school legally excluded her, to an experience of full inclusion in middle school, and ultimately to adult life in a welcoming community. Mary Ann proves that someone with Autism can make remarkable progress, even learn a second language. At the same time, Martha's leading role in changing state and federal policies demonstrates the power of informed, enthusiastic parent involvement. (From the back of the book)
Library: 

Knowing Jesse, A Mother's Story of Grief, Grace, and Everyday Bliss

Author: 
Marianne Leone
Type: 
Book
Location: 
lending library, Danvers
Notes: 
In this selection, Marianne Leone, chronicles the transformation by the remarkable life and untimely death of her child. An unforgettable memoir of joy, grief, and triumph, Knowing Jesse unlocks the secret of unconditional love and speaks to all families who strive to do right by their children. (From the book jacket)
Library: 

The Horse Boy, A Father's Quest to Heal His Son

Author: 
Isaacson, Rupert
Type: 
Book
Location: 
Lending Library, Danvers
Notes: 
This is a parent's unique account about raising a son who has autism.

The Accidental Teacher, Life Lessons from My Silent Son, An Autism Memoir

Author: 
Lehmann, Lubliner Annie
Type: 
Book
Location: 
Lending Library, Danvers
Notes: 
This is a mother's personal account about her life raising a son with a disability.
Library: 

diary of a CRAZY WOMAN, One Woman's Fight to Help Her Son with Autism Find a Place in the World

Author: 
Ron, Mayra
Type: 
Book
Location: 
Lending Library, Danvers
Notes: 
diary of a Crazy Woman is a mother's first hand personal account about having a child with autism, and, being a woman, living in a man's world.
Library: 

Three Times The Love, Finding Answers and Hope for Our Triplets with Autism

Author: 
Gaston, Lynn and Randy
Type: 
Book
Location: 
Lending Library, Danvers
Notes: 
A parent's account about having triplets who are on the spectrum.

Dancing in Cornmeal Life with Autism

Author: 
Silvernail, Nannette Beyea
Publisher: 
Writers Club Press; (2002)
Type: 
Book
ID: 
3815
Price: 
$17.00
Location: 
Lending Library; Danvers
Notes: 
NEW/DONATED 04/04 A parent's story, an educational manual and an inspirational collection of essays that will help you see through the eyes of a child with autism and into the hearts of the people who love her.

Pages

Subscribe to Parent Account