Autism Awareness Continues – Giveaway

Autism Awareness Continues – Giveaway

April is almost over.  Autism Awareness will continue on even after our outdoor blue lights are replaced with what’s “normal” for outdoor lighting… We all will do what we can to answer question, enlighten and discuss whenever we can.  The advocating for our children will always mean that our words will be voiced so our children’s voices will be heard.

As you continue through this next year, until the next ‘official’ celebration of Autism Awareness, I’m sure you’ll be looking for ways to help yourself in your journey… and I’d like to help.

In 9 days…

1 person will win this:
(Special Diets for Special Kids & Step Ahead of Autism)

Special Diets & Step Ahead of Autism Books Giveaway


1 person will win this
:
(Plan B – Empowering the Single Parent & $5 Giftcard to Starbucks)
Plan B book and $5 Starbucks Giftcard Giveaway


1 person will win this
:
(Treasure Chest of Behavioral Strategies & Ten Things)
Ten Things Giveaway for Autism Awareness


AND

5 People will win both of these:
(Autism Understanding … & Autism From a Father’s Point of View)
eBook by Stuart Duncan – Downloads

Autism eBook GivewawayAutism from a Father's... Giveaway

Can’t wait?  Most of the books can be purchased at 15% OFF
using the code SPECIAL upon checkout at the Future Horizons bookstore.  

For the eBooks by Stuart Duncan, you can purchase his first book here, and the 2nd here.

Now all YOU have to do is ENTER TO WIN!

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By | 2013-04-21T09:52:10+00:00 April 21st, 2013|Categories: All About Autism 2011, Giveaways, Series|Tags: , , |9 Comments

About the Author:

Gina St. Aubin

Gina St. Aubin is a former Victim’s Advocate who now advocates for those with intellectual and physical challenges. Her eldest son is diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy, Autism, Sensory Processing Disorder, Electrical Status Epilepticus during Sleep / Landau-Kleffner Syndrome (a rare epileptic disorder causing verbal aphasia) and Developmental Delays. In June, 2012, her son also underwent a successful hemispherectomy. Gina is the editor, author and owner of Special Happens, serves as a member of the Board of Directors for the SPD Foundation, and resides in Colorado where she is a mother of 3, wife, blogger, writer and special needs advocate.

9 Comments

  1. Jennifer Butler
    Jennifer Butler April 21, 2013 at 10:53 am - Reply

    I can honestly say that any of the book combos look amazing and I’d be excited to read any of them!

  2. Amy Roberts April 21, 2013 at 11:08 am - Reply

    I would like any of these books, but if I have to choose…it would be The Treasure Chest of Behavioral Strategies & Ten Things. My six year old is non-verbal and has severe behavioral issues. I cannot work because there is no one to watch him so money for books is hard to come by. Sending him to school is even something I can’t do right now.

  3. Amy T. April 22, 2013 at 2:03 am - Reply

    I would also be thrilled with any book as they would be added to our Loan Device & Related items Library! But for me personally I would love the Autism Understanding & Acceptance book with Autism From a Father’s Point of View- it is not often there is something written from a dad’s point of view, and that would be great for my husband to read.

  4. jacque cotterell April 22, 2013 at 2:13 am - Reply

    treasure chest of behavioral strategies and ten things because I really need help with my autistic sons behavior

  5. Missy Plenge April 22, 2013 at 4:41 am - Reply

    (Treasure Chest of Behavioral Strategies & Ten Things) Ten things is a book I’ve wanted for a long time and I think the behavioral one would help out a lot around here too 🙂

  6. Claire Arakaki April 22, 2013 at 7:57 am - Reply

    I think that all these books would be great resources not only for me, but for the parents I work with. I work with many children on the spectrum, and I think having these extra resources would be very helpful.

  7. Jennifer Stegma too would n April 22, 2013 at 4:09 pm - Reply

    I also would love to have any of the sets but if I had to choose, I would choose The Treasure Chest of Behavioral Strategies & Ten Things. I have a child with currently undiagnosed issues and it would be helpful to have some insight and suggestions.

  8. LaToya Edwards April 23, 2013 at 7:35 am - Reply

    I would love to win the set with Plan B as I am a single mom. Or the Treasure Chest one I could use some help with my son’s behavior since insurance won’t cover any ABA treatment for him.

  9. Ann Forell April 25, 2013 at 9:44 pm - Reply

    Special diets sounds like a great resource to add to our parent check out library at Kid-Link. ( Infant Toddler Program I work for in Kansas). We would love to have more resources to share with our parents on Autism.

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