Autism Awareness Month – A Special Offer
Has your loved one been diagnosed with autism and you are unsure of how to help? Because autism is brain disorder, some of the symptoms and many treatments overlap with those for brain injury and brain trauma.
In honor of National Autism Awareness Month, we are offering a special 20% discount on the book, “Coping with Concussion and Mild Traumatic Brain Injury” until the end of April.
The treatments discussed in this book are effective for autism, including Neurofeedback training which has been proven helpful for individuals with autism.
To receive your discounted, autographed copy, use code AWARENESS at checkout. We hope you find this book to be a valuable resource!
Find more information about “Coping with Concussion and Mild Traumatic Brain Injury” please visit the book page here.
My Background in Autism
My initial research in neuropsychology and Autism began when I was teaching the first integrative classroom for Autistic children in Marshfield, MA. From my work, I introduced the first use of sign language as a means of communication with autistic children. From this experience, I completed my doctoral dissertation on the topic of Autism, titled “A Description of the Changes of Verbal and Nonverbal, Communicative and Non Communicative Behavior in a Group of Autistic Children.” I then presented this research at the 2nd International Conference on Autism.
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– Dr. Diane®