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Seeing Ezra by Kerry Cohen – A Book Review

Seeing Ezra by Kerry Cohen – A Book Review

I have read many stories written by parents, describing their journey through Autism with their child, but none from quite the perspective that this book is written. Seeing Ezra: A Mother’s Story of Autism, Unconditional Love, and the Meaning of Normal, written by Kerry Cohen, is one of the most honest books on the subject…Continue Reading

Visual Techniques For Developing Social Skills by Rebecca Moyes – A Book Review

Visual Techniques For Developing Social Skills by Rebecca Moyes – A Book Review

Though designed with teachers in mind, Visual Techniques For Developing Social Skills, by Rebecca Moyes, MEd, is a valuable tool for for many, not the least of which being parents. This book is packed full of activities and lesson plans targeting children with high functioning autism and Asperger’s Syndrome. The first thing that I love…Continue Reading

A Good and Perfect Gift – A Book Review

A Good and Perfect Gift – A Book Review

Amy Julia Becker takes the reader on the deeply personal journal of giving birth to her first child, a daughter who to their surprise has Down Syndrome. A strong Christian, with an equally well educated and devout husband, Amy finds herself in shock over her daughters disability and unsure of what the future will hold…Continue Reading

"Seeing Ezra" by Kerry Cohen – A Book Review

"Seeing Ezra" by Kerry Cohen – A Book Review

The story of Autism may or may not be familiar depending upon which side of the Autism “Fence” you sit. What you read may leave you feeling more alone than not. Many times, your readings may be either entirely informational, statistically based, factual and void of the emotions that intertwine within a diagnosis that, for…Continue Reading