Autism Dad: Adventures In Raising An Autistic Son

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Autism is a challenging puzzle ... but Autism Dad has a clue!

Funny, informative, poignant, and engaging, Autism Dad explores the initial devastation of an autism diagnosis, the autism/vaccine controversy, autism in the media, education, therapy and treatments. Above all, Autism Dad is about living with, raising, and loving a child with autism, told from a father’s perspective. More

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About Rob Errera

Rob Errera is many things to many people.

Here’s my official “writer” bio:

Rob Errera has worked as a writer, editor, musician, and literary critic. His fiction, non-fiction, and essays have earned numerous awards, including the First Annual Bloodcurdling Tales of Terror Contest. His work has appeared in Starlog, New York Review of Science Fiction, Cinefantastique, Agony In Black, Wetbones, 2 A.M. Magazine, and Dark Recesses among others. He lives in New Jersey with his wife, two kids, and a bunch of rescued dogs and cats. His book, Autism Dad: Adventures In Raising An Autistic Son, is available in print and digital format at all major online booksellers. He blogs at roberrera.com, and Tweets at @haikubob.

Some days I’m awesome. Today, I sucked. Tomorrow I will be better.

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Review by: James Jackson on Dec. 11, 2011 :
I will forever remember what the father did when their autistic son ruined his mother’s cell phone. I won’t give away the ending – but it is priceless! And there are few books on autism written by fathers. The book is informative, poignant and engaging.

As a psychologist in California who diagnoses autistic spectrum disorders, I follow the literature as much as time permits. Seems to me there are multiple tributaries that funnel into the lake of autistic spectrum disorders. Some children are fine and then lose language typically around 18-24 months. Others are not social and resist physical contact from birth and are not babbling by a year old. Perhaps some of my postings on Autistic Specrum Disorders may help others raising children with autism. Take a look at: www.freedomOK.net
A very good book. Perhaps the author could post some Resources (and update them regularly) for dads on his blog.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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