Autism and the Family by Jennifer O’Toole
Jennifer was diagnosed as an Aspie in adulthood, is the mother of three Asperkids, the wife of an Aspie, and the author of the “Asperkids” book series. Famous for her perspectives on girls and women with autism/Asperger’s, she is also respected for her books aimed at helping children to adapt and succeed. Jennifer’s dynamic two hour presentation is laced with humor, charm and caring. Everyone-teachers, therapists and family members of a person with autism-will benefit from Jennifer’s insights. Jennifer O’Toole is the winner of the 212 Temple Grandin Award, a recipient of GRASP’s 212 Distinguished Spectrumite Medal, 2012 AuKids Speaker of the Year, and a nominee for the 212 Autism Society Book Award and Godiva’s Woman of the Year. TV actress/Activist Holly Robinson Peete even listed Jennifer among her “Autism Parent Superstars.” Jennifer was added to the “Who’s Who” list of International Aspie Mentors-along with Temple Grandin and Stephen Shore- to contribute to Dr. Tony Attwood’s Been There. Done That.
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