About Pamela Bryson-Weaver
Pamela Bryson-Weaver is the leading force behind LivingAutismNow.com. She is an established dental professional for over 30 years and is a co-owner of the Regent Dental Care in Canada. Pamela is also a book author (Living Autism Day-byDay), a national and international keynote speaker and an activist who is uniquely qualified to speak on Autism being a past president of the Autism Society in New Brunswick.
She was renowned for her hard work and dedication, to which she was able to raise approximately 1.8M in funds for therapy by going the extra mile of conferring with government agencies and working alongside parents with the same fervor as she is. Today, all children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorders in New Brunswick receive some Ca$20,000 annual stipend for treatment.
More information about Pamela: http://livingautismnow.com/about-us/about-pamela/
Living Autism day.by.day
Daily Reflections and Strategies to Give You Hope and Courage
The information you need to learn on autism spectrum disorders can be overwhelming. Living autism day.by.day will give you hope and courage 365 days of the year.
Pamela Bryson-Weaver will provide a comfortable way for parents and caregivers to learn and understand the volumes of information out there on autism spectrum disorders. In just five minutes a day, through the 365 days of the year, readers will read new and hopeful information.
ABOUT THE BOOK
A Gold Award Recipient from Mom’s Choice Awards.
Winner a Silver Award in the 2015 IBPA Benjamin Franklin Awards, Parenting & Family Issues category.
Winner of a Bronze Award from 2015 Independent Publisher Book Awards (IPPY) in the gift/specialty/journal category.
Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASDs) are reaching epidemic proportions throughout the world–in families of all racial, ethnic, and social backgrounds. Autism is five times more likely to be found in boys than in girls. Autism is a devastating neurological and biological disorder that typically affects children between the ages of 18 months to five years of age.
This diagnosis is so heartbreaking to most families that parents and caregivers are desperately seeking answers. The strenuous demands of specialized care and overwhelming strain of information leave little or no time to absorb the knowledge available.
In her new book, Living autism day.by.day: Daily Reflections and Strategies to Give You Hope and Courage, Pamela Bryson-Weaver shares how she learned that her youngest son is autistic.
The past 16 years, Bryson-Weaver has worked with doctors, autism organizations, and both government and private professionals. This book is a wonderfully easy-to-digest resource book for parents and caregivers. It will help parents identify a child with autism, guide them through the early years, and offer suggestions on how to pick the right course to take when all paths seems equally daunting.
Bryson-Weaver hopes her book will provide a comfortable way for parents and caregivers to learn and understand the volumes of information out there on autism spectrum disorders. In just five minutes a day, through the 365 days of the year, readers will read new and hopeful information.
A share of proceeds from book sales will go to the resourceful web site–LivingAutismNow.com–which offers FREE membership.
“A good book, very insightful! You are a wonderful mother to John and I have seen first-hand what a blessing you are in his life.” – Fr. Jack Dolan
“Just received the book, ”Living autism day.by.day”, and it’s great! Wish I had had this book when Megan was growing up. I will be reading it, and of course, loving Megan’s photo on page 120!!! I will be sure to leave a glowing review on amazon.com when it appears there. Thanks again!– Debra Miller
“Living autism, day by day” is a must read for anyone dealing with autism whether it be for years or a recent diagnosis! Truly exceptional!!” – Dr. Perley WeaverTrenton, ON, Canada