The book, Conversations About Autism: Real-Life Experiences of Struggle, Acceptance, and Hope offers a connection for families of the one in 59 children diagnosed each year with autism spectrum disorder. The real experts, parents of children with autism, share intimate stories to help others through the challenges and blessings of raising a child on the spectrum. Facilitated by Debbie Frick, a retired educator, they discuss topics from language and sensory issues to family isolation and financial concerns.
“Conversations About Autism” is available now in paperback and e-book on Amazon.com and BarnesandNoble.com. It is also available at the Novel Neighbor in Webster Groves, MO.
Fun Activities for All Children – 2020
As a retired educator, my immediate thought about school and summer camp closings during the pandemic was to ask myself what I can do to help families find meaningful activities for their children to do during this time. I have added a page to this website under Information that includes links to interesting and fun home activities. If you know of other sites you would like me to share, send the link to me at Debbie@ConversationsAboutAutism.com.
Are you interested in Debbie speaking about autism awareness or joining your “Conversations About Autism” book club in St. Louis?
Email her at firstname.lastname@example.org or via the button.