Preparing for Your Future with Autism
Are you autistic? Are you a parent to an autistic child? Do you support autistic people as a career? This book is for you. This is a comprehensive guidebook into autism. The autistic author has lived through many experiences with ASD including anxiety, depression, psychosis, paranoia, and suicide ideation. This book will help get you through all the ups and downs of autism with grace and a smile. This book takes a look at how to build self-esteem for the autistic child, autistic adult, and parents of children on the spectrum. No one is left behind as the authors sees the importance in challenging everyone to challenge their belief system about Autism Spectrum Disorder. You will learn useful tips for challenging negative beliefs and replacing them with more positive beliefs about autism. Another aspect the author focuses on is how to survive in an autism community that has such differing viewpoints and outlooks for autism. This book will take you through depression, anxiety, psychosis, and paranoia by providing first-hand examples from the author’s life where he overcame all of those scenarios to live a successful, loving, and happy life. The author says there’s no situation with autism we can’t beat, if we stick together and help each other along the way. This book is full of tips and strategies to help you win at autism and succeed in life. Whether you are autistic, a parent to an autistic child, or a caregiver or support worker for an autistic person you will benefit from reading this comprehensive guidebook on ASD as it will prepare you for making the choices to live happily with Autism in your life.
Testimony by Betty Johnston
Travis’s books are REAL and GENUINE. He lives the life, triumphs and challenges that he writes about. Well written and informative and a MUST READ.
Testimony by Teresa Knutson
Travis has been one of the people who is most interested in learning about and understanding himself, autism and any issue he’s experiencing. He dives deep into himself and does a lot of research. He’s incredibly open and compassionate towards others. He helps others feel and know they aren’t alone with their issues.