Parenting Autism Experts Library, Vol. 2
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About this Summit
We brought together 28 of the world’s autism and parenting experts to share the most effective symptom management and parenting strategies for kids with less-obvious autism or Asperger’s, and their parents.
They share insights on the autistic brain and experience, the impact of sensory struggles, behavior, emotions, and regulation, social challenges, life as a teen or adult with autism, empowering your child for success, and so, so much more.
If you want to improve life for your child with autism, and improve life for yourself and your family, you can’t afford to miss this Parenting Autism Summit.
Sarah Wayland, PhD – PRINTABLE: 6 Skills Your Child Needs to Connect with Others
Dr. Susan Hopkins – PRINTABLE: Graphics by Kristin Wiens to Help You Understand the Stressors You Experience in the Five Domains of Self-Reg + Articles Explaining Self-Reg
Kelly Mahler MS, OTR/L – PRINTABLE: DIY Body Check Chart
Donna Henderson, PsyD – PRINTABLES: Myths About Autism, Autism in Girls, and Subtle Autism
Carol Stock Kranowitz, MA – BOOK EXCERPT: What Is Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD)? Adapted from The Out-of-Sync Child Grows Up
Debbie Reber – GUIDE: 5 Must-Listen to Episodes of the TiLT Parenting Podcast for Parents of Teens
Colleen Kessler, MEd– WORKSHEET: Developing Your Child’s Strengths
Penny Williams – PRINTABLE: Homework Tips Cheat Sheet
Ann-Louise T. Lockhart, PsyD, ABPP – PRINTABLE: In-the-Moment Parenting Strategies
Kim Clairy, OTR/L – E-BOOK: What I Wish They Knew When I Was Young
Sharon Saline, PsyD– CHEAT SHEET: 5 Steps to Change Your Relationship with Anxiety
Laurie Ackles, LMSW – WORKSHEETS: College Readiness Survey Questionnaires for Parent & Student
Dr. Stephen Shore– PRINTABLE: Developing Self-Advocacy Skills for People with Autism
Joan L. Green, MA CCC-SLP– GUIDE: Assistive Technology Resource Guide
Rachelle Sheely, PhD – PRINTABLE: 17 Pre-requisites for Successful Dyads
Kathy Dow-Burger, MA, CCC-SLP – CHEAT SHEETS: Vocabulary Building Strategies
Ed Hallowell, Ph.D. – ARTICLE: Twelve Points for Making Meaningful Connections with Others
Julie F. Skolnick MA, JD – PRINTABLE: 10 Advocacy Steps
Kristine Mastronardi – VIDEO: Mindguiding with RDI
Ruth Aspy, PhD & Barry G. Grossman, PhD– PRINTABLE: Intervention Ziggurat, 5 Questions
Julie Bowen, LCSW – PRINTABLE: Activities to Help Achieve Mindfulness
Elisa Song, MD – E-BOOK: The Top 5 Mistakes Parents Make When Their Child Has a Fever
Yulanda Swindell, MD – CHECKLIST: Important Information to Share with Your Pediatrician
Caron Starobin, LCSW-C & Jamell White, PhD, LCSW-C – CHEAT SHEETS: Strategies for Supporting Social Skill Development, Exiting Conversations & Handling Disagreements
Brendan Mahan, MEd, MS – E-BOOK: 5 Ways to Overcome the Wall of Awful
Abila Tazanu, MD – PRESENTATION: Autism 101 for Caregivers
Sasha Long, BCBA, MA – WORKSHEETS: Visuals for Time Management and Waiting
Kristin Cook – WORKSHEET: Taking Meeting Notes at School Meetings
What is Everything Else?
Everything Else is a product category on Amazon that is meant to be a catch-all for items that don’t fit into any other categories. Over time, as the Amazon catalog has grown and more specific product categories have been added, Everything Else has become less useful and more of a junkyard for cast off and forgotten listings.
Until recently, however.
Why are items listed in Everything Else when they shouldn’t be?
The answer to this is fairly simple. Some sellers are using Everything Else as an opportunity to get around Amazon’s gated category requirements. For example, DVDs with an MSRP of over $25 are now gated Selling certain products and bran… More and require permission to list. So we’ve seen some sellers create new listings in Everything Else to get around these requirements. We’ve noticed similar “workarounds” for other gated or restricted Selling certain product categorie… More categories as well.
Amazon doesn’t like this. It just makes the catalog more of a mess than it already is and ends up creating a worse customer experience.
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