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Being Joyful with Autism Little Steps to Enjoy the Ride Everyday

Author Name: Abhipsa Parida | Format: Paperback | Genre : Families & Relationships | Other Details

This remarkable book is intended to inspire people to find more joy & more ease everyday despite any situation/condition.

Written by a pediatric occupational therapist especially in view of children with special needs, this book is filled with a number of real-life stories & examples from her experience of working with children with special needs.
Using a combination of several Fun Activities, & Practical Techniques, this book will unravel many of your  doubts about why a child is showing a certain behavior & how you can help him the right way through several clarifying examples to make your day a little Easier, Happier & more Peaceful.

When a child grows up following the techniques given in this book, he/she will definitely grow up into a confident, compassionate & happy person who knows how to maintain his calm state of mind in any unpleasant situation. 

Above all, the purpose of this book is-

To alleviate the fears any parent faces, when their child is diagnosed to have some "disorder".

TO GIVE HOPE to the parents that their life's journey can be joyful & meaningful too!

Not just for a Parent, or a Teacher, or a Child, the techniques given in this book WORKS EQUALLY WELL FOR EACH ONE OF US.

No matter who you are or what situation you are living, this book will help you to find Happiness & Hope.

Afterall, Life is a Ride.

Let's make it Joyful!

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Abhipsa Parida

The writer’s name is Abhipsa Parida. She is an occupational therapist specialised in pediatrics and has been handling kids with special needs since 6 years. She is quite experienced and skillful in observation, assessment and planning intervention for kids with special needs. She uses evidence based practice and is very creative in her approach while handling kids with special needs. 

Along with that, she is also a blogger who has published a number of articles on different common problems faced by children with special needs & ways to handle them. 
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