Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Do you feel like your alone with Autism?

Autism Is Not A Life Sentence
Lynley Summers - Behaviorist, Speaker, Trainer

First I want to say that Lynley Summers is amazing! She was
my son's disability advocate for his IEP last year. I wanted
to pass this information on to those of you who may have children,
know someone with children etc with Autism.

Author: "Autism Is Not a Life Sentence"
A true story of a mother and daughter team winning the battle over Autism. Lynley Summers developed and implemented a new groundbreaking behavioral regimen that allowed Jessica to conquer her obstacles with Autism. Her techniques are also being used to help her stepson Averie, and many other children. Her book has been published by AAPC, Autism Asperger Publishing Company and is available on this website. Lynley and Jazz's work is also published in Danielle Wendel's "Girls Under the Umbrella," and Jazz has contributed to The Essential Autism 101 Manual, which went to #13 on the bestseller list.

Sixteen years of the best kind of experience---HANDS ON.

Lynley is a representative for Autism in the state of Arkansas. She has spoken in front of members of Congress on several issues concerning persons with disabilities. Lynley and Jessica "Jazz" Summers are currently on the speaking circuit. They presented alongside Stephen Shore at the Autism Society of America conference in July, 2005, and Stephen mentioned Lynley's work in the closing keynote of the conference, having her stand and wave at the crowd.
Areas of Expertise
She is an authority in the field of Autism Spectrum Disorder. She is sought out by parents, teachers, and government officials alike for her expertise. She has helped countless people from around the world and from all walks of life, who live with or work with persons with disabilities and Autism Spectrum Disorder.

1 comment:

Maddy said...

It seem that I'll have to visit Amazon again! Not sure if my bank balance or night stand can stand the strain.
Best wishes