Living Autism Day by Day Book Review
Since my son’s officially diagnosis of Autism, life had been crazy hectic. One of the first things I did was look online for other bloggers and resources to help my family and I adjust. I was looking for some comfort and I found that last December in a book. Living Autism Day by Day has really be a huge blessing in my life and it’s kept me going on days when I wanted to just hang my head and cry. Pamela Bryson-Weaver, did an amazing job with this book. Making it sort of a devotional for parents or people caring for someone with Autism. Pamela herself is a parent with an autistic child so reading this book made me truly feel like someone understood what I was dealing with on a daily basis. I received a copy of this book for review. Any opinions expressed are my own.
Living Autism Day By Day has given me so much hope. It had only been six months since we found out that our son was on the spectrum and we were going through stages. In December I was still learning to accept and deal with our lives. I was looking for some understanding and that’s what I found in the pages of this book. It really comforted me on days I just wanted to cry and I’m sure it will continue to give me hope and strength throughout our journey with my son. I like that the book is set up so you can choose how you want to read it. I like to skip around and find what I need. You can read a new page each day in order. It’s really up to you how you choose to use this book as a guide. I would recommend this book to any parent with an autistic child. It’s truly inspirational.
About Living Autism Day by Day:
Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD’s) is reaching epidemic proportions throughout the world in families of all racial, ethnic, and social backgrounds. Autism is five times more likely to be found in boys than in girls. Autism is a devastating neurological and biological disorder that typically affects children between the ages of 18 months to five years of age.
This diagnosis is so heartbreaking to most families that parents and caregivers are desperately seeking answers. The strenuous demands of specialized care and overwhelming strain of information leave little or no time to absorb the knowledge available. In Living autism day.by.day: Daily Reflections & Strategies to give you hope and courage, Pamela Bryson-Weaver shares as a parent how she learned that her youngest son is autistic.
In the past 16 years, she has worked with doctors, autism
organizations, and both government and private professionals.Her goal is to help parents identify a child with autism, guide them through the early years, and decide which is the right course to take when all paths seems equally daunting. Bryson-Weaver hopes her book will provide a comfortable way for parents and caregivers to learn and understand the volumes of information out there on autism spectrum disorders. With just five minutes a day, through the 365 days of the year, readers will learn new and hopeful information.
A share of the proceeds from book sales will go to a resourceful new website–LivingAutismNow.com–which offers FREE membership