This book is a great tool to learn how to adapt to changes that many parents were not prepared for and how to tackle these issues head on. It also prepares parents for the bumps and setbacks that they might encounter throughout the process of fighting for what's best for their child.” Abby Rodgers, behavioral specialist
Dads And Autism is without a doubt a must-read for any parent, care-giver, teacher and therapist who comes in daily contact with an autistic youngster. This much-needed book is written with a bold and honest disclosure of a first-hand experience and generosity in sharing carefully constructed knowledge of current research and theories on the subject of autism.” Jadwiga K. Lon, M.A., special education
About the Author
Emerson B. Donnell III has a bachelor’s degree in business management from Rutgers University. He lives in Califon, New Jersey. Elaine Hardy, MS, RN, APN, C, is a board certified nurse practitioner and has more than 10 years experience in oncology, pediatrics, women's healthcare, and holisitc medicine, with special interest in the biomedical treatment of autism. She lives in New Jersey.