I’d like to introduce you to one of our new author, Pamela Bryson-Weaver. She has just published her book, Living Autism day.by.day. An autism diagnosis can be difficult for families to come to terms with, as well as the cause of much concern and many, many questions. Pamela has the answers. With her gift for storytelling, deep sense of compassion, and rich understanding of Autism-related issues, she takes the reader on a yearlong journey in just a few minutes a day.
Each day, Living Autism day.by.day offers words of hope, insightful stories, and gentle and kind advice from another parent who isn’t a doctor or therapist but another parent who is living through the same fears and “gets” exactly what other parents are going through, because she’s going through it too.
Some of the topics she covers in her book include:
- Clear explanations of the new terms families will hear as they enter the world of autism treatment and intervention
- How to handle the complex emotions and issues parents and caregivers will experience on a personal level
- Genetic and environmental factors that lead to atypical brain development
- How to deal with personal emotions, issues, and insecurities regarding autism
Living Autism day.by.day is a great resource for parents, caregivers, family and friends; it is a must-have for anyone who has or works with a child with an Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Also, Pamela is organizing an Amazon Launch Campaign for her book in hopes of hitting the Best Sellers list! Through the launch of this campaign she can get her book into the hands of as many families and parents as she possibly can. The more people she can get to read her book, the more parents and families she can potentially help.
If you or someone you know could benefit from her book, please join us in helping Pamela by purchasing a single copy of her book on November 25th. If we all order just one book on that particular day, she just may become an Amazon Best Seller!! How exciting is that?
Big congratulations to you Pamela, I am so proud of you!