Reads for Parents on Autism

The Out-of- sync Child

recognizing and coping with sensory processing disorder

by Carol Kranowitz, M.A.
Before my youngest daughter was diagnosed last year with autism I was overwhelmed with all of the  books offering advice.  This book helps break down what you can do for your child who might not be on the spectrum but exhibit sensory overload. What really caught my eye was that all of them approaches that are mentioned in the book are drug-free. This is a book for my reference shelf.

The Golden Hat

Taking Back Autism

By Kate Winslet, Margret Ericsdottir, and Keli Thorsteinsson

“Thank you for taking this journey   with us. We hope this book brings a new awareness of the opportunity we have   to help those with autism learn to communicate and realize their ambitions.   People with autism have the potential to achieve great things, but only when   given the appropriate support and education. This is why the Golden Hat   Foundation was formed. All author proceeds from this book go directly to the   Golden Hat Foundation. With your help, we can change the world for people   with autism.”

The book is made up of Kate and Margret’s stories, their personal email   correspondence, and Keli’s poetry. Kate has shared this story with some of   the world’s most famous people, posing the question: “What is important   to you to express?” Their responses are a collection of self-portraits   and their answers to the question

All the author proceeds from this book   will benefit the Golden Hat Foundation, founded by Kate Winslet and Margret   Ericsdottir to build innovative living campuses for people with autism and   raise public awareness of their intellectual capabilities.

 

 

Stay tuned for my review of Carly’s   Voice. A book on autism from the inside!