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“You’ll never convince me there is a hopeless situation.” Read my November newsletter feature: Autism Mad-Libs: How to fill in the blanks.
Long-awaited French translation of Ten Things Every Child with Autism Wishes You Knew has arrived! “Pétillant d’intelligence, d’empathie, d’humour et d’amour…” = “Sparkling with intelligence, empathy, humor and love…exciting, often moving, resolutely optimistic.” Many thanks to my colleagues at De Boeck Publishing.
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This month in my Perspectives column in Autism Aspergers Digest: “On the Spectrum Between Context and Contest” examines how our cultural obsession designating the best, most, top, first, last, least and worst of everything hurts our kids.Did you miss my missed my last newsletter? In an age of social media tell-all, my most-read newsletter feature ever calls out Ten Things Your Child with Autism Wishes You Wouldn’t Share.
In the current issue of Children’s Voice, I turn my Exceptional Children column over to my son Bryce for his inspirational essay, I Choose to be Optimistic. Writing a book, or would like to? Contact me about affordable rates for developmental editing and writer coaching.
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