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Putting the pieces together : A mother's journey Kimberly M. Caggiano

By: Caggiano, Kimberly M
Material type: TextTextDescription: 137 pages ; 23 cmISBN: 9780578708911Subject(s): Books by parents | Resources for parents | Understanding autism | Understanding autism interventions | Communication | Social skills | Resources for practitioners and service providers | Early diagnosis and intervention | Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) | Creating autism-friendly environments | Meltdowns and shutdownsSummary: ""Putting the Pieces Together" is a heartwarming story packed with valuable information and insight to help other families recently diagnosed or approaching an autism diagnosis. Receiving a diagnosis can leave you feeling overwhelmed, confused and at times, alone. This book is a genuine depiction of the author's experience and her son's diagnosis when he was a toddler. It is filled with the raw emotion that often occurs when a child is diagnosed. This book is a compilation of research and gathered information that discusses the day-to-day struggles and victories experienced as a family. Discover tips, strategies and ideas designed to support and empower you on your journey. Kimberly attributes their triumphs as a family to the skilled professionals within their Early Intervention team. Working with the speech and language therapists, occupational therapists, physical therapists, ABA therapists, and psychologists in the earlier years has changed the trajectory of their son's future. Here is an honest account of Kimberly's personal journey."
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""Putting the Pieces Together" is a heartwarming story packed with valuable information and insight to help other families recently diagnosed or approaching an autism diagnosis.

Receiving a diagnosis can leave you feeling overwhelmed, confused and at times, alone. This book is a genuine depiction of the author's experience and her son's diagnosis when he was a toddler. It is filled with the raw emotion that often occurs when a child is diagnosed. This book is a compilation of research and gathered information that discusses the day-to-day struggles and victories experienced as a family. Discover tips, strategies and ideas designed to support and empower you on your journey.

Kimberly attributes their triumphs as a family to the skilled professionals within their Early Intervention team. Working with the speech and language therapists, occupational therapists, physical therapists, ABA therapists, and psychologists in the earlier years has changed the trajectory of their son's future. Here is an honest account of Kimberly's personal journey."