Parents' Guide to Early Autism Intervention

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This book is intended to help other parents who are currently in the situation we were in. Our one year old had developmental delays. We immediately got him evaluated and he was placed into an early intervention program. We experienced the good and the bad during this time. I intend this book as a learning experience, and hopefully your road within the autism system will be smoother. More

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About Kimberly Kaplan

Author and mother of an autistic boy. I wrote about my passion, autism, in "A Parents' Guide to Early Autism Intervention," which is a useful guide for parents who are just beginning their autism journey. Another source for autism-related information came from writing my autism-related blog on the website, This lead to another book that I recently published called, "Two Years Autism Blogs Featured on" My second published ebook is a fantasy called, "Max and The Happy Prince." Max is a crane who cannot fly, but must learn to take to the sky in order to save a town trapped by an evil witch. My third ebook is "Warsaw Freedom," the story of two Jewish women who are smuggled out of the Warsaw Ghetto during World War II. I am the author of screenplays that include "Warsaw," "Max and The Happy Prince," "Winningdale," and "Mystery Shop Wedding." I am a produced screenwriter with credits "Don't Fall Asleep" (Amazon, Itunes), "Safeword" (due out in 2012), and my autism-related film short, "Autism and Cake" starring Ed Asner who plays a grandfather who struggles to accept his autistic grandson. I blog on the website weekly, tweet on @tipsautismmom, and you can find me on LinkedIn.

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Review by: Eric Kaplan on Aug. 3, 2011 :
This book has a good story to tell, about how the effects of autism can be mitigated. It is writen in clear prose with a strong voice that lets the passion of the author shine through. It gives concrete suggestions and encouragement to those about to set off on the same journey. It makes it clear that it is hard work but that it can be made to pay off.
I learned a lot and I hope that it gets in the hands of as many people close to young autistic kids as possible.
(reviewed 25 days after purchase)
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