New SPD/Autism Recovery Book Coming Through the Fog Published by Outskirts Press
Author and mother who became a certified therapist after seeing benefits that helped her daughter, Tami A. Goldstein offers valuable tips from her own experience for navigating the frustrating medical and educational barriers to a child’s recovery from Autism.
Goldstein takes readers from her daughter Heather’s original diagnosis with a veritable smorgasbord of difficulties through the author’s own research into Sensory Processing Disorder and Autism as Goldstein sought out a therapeutic approach that actually worked. After comprehensive research, Goldstein found and accessed successful protocols for Heather which can be used by other parents of children with High-Functioning Autism.
The author shows exactly how a sensory lifestyle was developed to provide and maintain Functioning Recovery and she provides examples of projective trials that show benefits pertaining to sensory support. CranioSacral Therapy and Bio-Medical supports are explained as well as their value in recovery is documented as Goldstein illustrates how a sensory lifestyle gives crucial support for school, employment and independent living.
Goldstein also explores the controversy between the educational and the medical aspects of Autism and questions the legality of educational discrimination in these cases. She reports in detail the opinion of one attorney who charged her $17,000 to form a legal judgment on the matter.
A portion of the profits of Coming Through the Fog will be donated to the Sensory Processing Disorder Foundation, which expands the knowledge, fosters the awareness and promotes the recognition of Sensory Processing Disorders Coming Through the Fog is available on-line in paperback through Amazon and Barnes and Noble and at www.outskirtspress.com/bookstore for a maximum trade discount in quantities of ten or more.
Format: 6 x 9 paperback white ISBN: 978-1-4787-1413-2 SRP: $16.95
6.14 x 9.21 hardback with jacket 978-1-4787-1414-9 $27.95
Genre: Biography and autobiography/medical
About the author:
In 2002 Tami Goldstein began reaching out to other families in need of help with similar diagnoses to that of her own daughter. In 2005 she founded the Rock County Autism Support Group and she is the community resource liaison for the SPD (Sensory Processing Disorders) Parent Connections Support Group for Rock County and the surrounding areas.
She currently has 2 offices where she facilitates CranioSacral Therapy for children on the Autism Spectrum or with Sensory Processing Disorders.
(608) 758-9074 (home) or (608) 931-9488 (cell)
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