Travis goes off to college with the wildest imagination ever. Escaping into his imagination to help him thrive with autism carried him through high school. Will it carry him through college? Learn how Travis escaped into his imagination in college to create the social relationships he desired. Would he be able to turn the relationships in his make-believe world into a reality in the real world?
Travis shares extreme detail in how he escapes into his imagination to create a make-believe world that serves him great purpose in coping with the confusing social world. Escaping into imagination is an excellent tool that he uses to thrive with autism and be successful in life. Learn the ins and outs of his make-believe world. You will also learn the pros and cons of having a make-believe world.
Puberty is a confusing time for autistic people leaving those who love and support them baffled by their actions. This book explains some of the reasons for aggressive behaviors during puberty and talks about how to sooth and comfort the autistic teen as their body is changing along with their emotions. This book gives you the social tools needed to help your loved one breeze through puberty.
Are you autistic? Are you a parent to an autistic child? Do you support autistic people as a career? This book is for you. This is a comprehensive guidebook into autism. The autistic author has lived through many experiences with ASD including anxiety, depression, psychosis, paranoia, and suicide ideation. This book will help get you through all the ups and downs of autism with grace and a smile.
The autism community is often wondering how we can measure quality of life for autistic people. This book argues that a group definition for measuring quality of life is inappropriate as quality of life is not a group-centered thing. Instead, this book argues that quality of life for autistic people is a person-centered definition that requires determining each autistic person's quality of life.
Travis shares his passion for wanting to be who he is without pressure of masking his autism from others including his therapists. He shares the emotional trauma years of masking his autism caused him. He tells how ABA therapy was emotionally traumatizing as an adult and shares how his treatment team wants him to be someone he's not in order to fit the mold of treatment for being autistic.
Most love in shades of grey. Tom loves in black and white. Diagnosed with Asperger's Syndrome, Tom is on a mission to fall in love. He loves differently than others and thinks only in shades of black and white. Will you find love from someone who thinks in Shades of Grey or will he find that special person who thinks in shades of black and white like him? Read to find out if Tom finds true love.
A man with Asperger's Disorder shares how co-morbid psychosis impacts his autism. Split into numerous different personalities through psychosis this book is written in two different perspectives. The first, by a man during a psychotic episode, the second by a man in a time of healing reflecting on his experience with psychosis. This book gives insight into the mind of aspie living with psychosis.
Follow along as Travis teaches how to provide positive reinforcement to people with autism in different social contexts that will help the person not just generalize to know when you are reinforcing them for a job well done but it will also help them generalize that skill of being able to read the context of reinforcement and make it a transferable skill to read other areas of context in life.
Travis shares how he took what he used to perceive as disadvantages and challenges associated with autism and turned them into strengths and super-powers that helped him change his life. Today those super-powers help him create the amazing life he loves living. Learn how Travis changed his beliefs from negative ones to positive ones that allowed him to see autism as an amazing super-power in life.