Tuesday, June 24, 2014

'Questionable Autism' by Susan Louise Peterson


The book Questionable Autism is focused on opening discussions about a variety of autism topics.

Looking at professional, parenting, research and testing issues numerous questions are developed to consider the broad impact of autism topics for both parents and professionals.

Author Susan Louise Peterson, an award winning autism author weaves her experiences as an educator and school psychologist for young children into a discussion of some of the major issues impacting the field of autism.

Questionable Autism includes many real world examples related to parenting topics, field issues and general practices in the area of autism.

Questionable Autism has opened the door for broader discussions in the field of autism.

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About the author:

Susan Louise Peterson took an incredible journey back to the public schools and worked in the tough inner city public schools of Las Vegas, NV for twenty years as a teacher and later a school psychologist. She taught and assessed students with at-risk situations from preschool to high school. Susan also worked with parents making thousands of home visits in the inner city housing projects of Las Vegas and conducting hundreds of parent meetings to encourage parents to help their children succeed.

When Susan first started teaching she had not even heard the word-autism, but that soon changed. Later, Susan worked as a school psychologist in a school diagnostic center for early childhood students with development delays and autism concerns. She has conducted over 1000 multidisciplinary team assessments for children with possible developmental delays and autism concerns beside speech therapists, occupational therapists, physical therapists, school nurses, vision/hearing specialists, special education teachers and regular education teachers. In that process she realized that professionals can have different perspectives and varying opinions about autism and developmental delays. As well, parents struggle with questions of autism and delays from information they receive from professionals with different training experiences.

Susan has received numerous national awards for improving educational practice including being named to the Practitioners Hall of Fame by NOVA University.

Susan is the author of books in the areas of education, child behavior and research.

Monday, June 9, 2014

'French Women Don't Get Fat' by Mireille Guiliano

When it is about “French paradox”, usually people think to the benefit of red wine consumption on the health of French People. It is well known that French food is rich in saturated fats but in spite of this, in this country the incidence of cardiac disease is low.

The Mireille Guiliano book “French Women Don’t Get Fat” looks from a feminine point of view the “French paradox”: French women do not keep a diet, they enjoy the bread, patisserie, wine, chocolate and the regular meals without gaining weight or getting ill.

In a wording full of charm, the writer reveals her own experience which resulted in the discovery of some healthy life principles which she always followed.

Reading this book we find out about the principles of the classic French gastronomy, old tips of French women, some example of daily menus or recipes of delicious French cuisine.

Following the Mireille Guiliano advices, we learn how to fullest enjoy the things you like without severe diets or guilty fillings.

Step by step, the writer presents the ingredients of a healthy life without privations, how to act in emergency situations (additional kilos) or the little daily satisfactions.

The all story is developed around her personal life presented in short episodes such as; first sip of champagne, the trips for finding mushrooms or forest fruits, the meeting with oysters.

We also find out about other women experience, how they discovered the “French style of life”.

Why should we buy our food from the market instead of supermarket?

Which are the benefits of making sport?

How can we aging nicely?

The lecture of “French Women Don’t Get Fat” will give you the answers revealing in the same time the valuable secretes of an old culture retold for nowadays.

For all the persons that tried at least once in their life to keep a diet, Mireille Guiliano offers in her book an optimistic way to have a nice silhouette while enjoy the bred, wine and even chocolate. As sports is the best suggestion for a healthy body we invite you to read attractive news from the author in Epyxa.com