Children with Sensory Integration Issues + Warren Farrell


Sally Freyer Dietz, author of When Kids Fly!
Topic:
Solutions for Children with Sensory Integration Challenges.
Issues: How to know whenyou should worry whether there’s something wrong with your child; making sense of your child’s senses–and what they have to do with his or her development; how to be your child’s advocate; treatments to improve your child’s sensory motor development and function; the journey ahead.

warren farrellWarren Farrell, author, activist, thinker.
Topic:
The career and passions of a pioneer in men’s issues, women’s issues, and men’s health.
Issues: How the women’s movement backtracked on its goal of gender equality; the differences between fathers and mothers–and the advantages to children of having both; the need for a commission on men and boys, the need for a federally funded (and supported) Office of Men’s Health. Click to sign the petition to create the Office of Men’s Health.

Seeing Autism as a Unique Way of Being Human + The Grammie Guide

Barry M. Prizant, author of Uniquely Human.
Topic:
A different way of seeing autism.
Issues: We usually see autism as a checklist of deficits. But in this groundbreaking book, one of the world’s leading experts in the field portrays autism not as a tragic disability but as a unique way of being human.

Jan Eby, Laurie Mobilio, Lynn Noel, and Cindy Summers, coauthors of The Grammie Guide.
Topic
: Activities and answers for grandparents today.
Issues: Indoor and outdoor activities; reminders on child-development ages and stages; safety guidelines; grandparenting at a distance; music, books, and art for young children; and more

Breakthrough Results for Children with Autism, Brain Damage, Developmental Delays


Anat Baniel, author of Kids Beyond Limits.
Topic: Breakthrough results for children with autism, Asperger’s, brain damage, ADHD, and undiagnosed developmental delays.
Issues: The need to shift to connecting with the child rather than fixing him/her; nine steps to improve the child’s brain, which will produce remarkable—and sometimes immediate—results; harnessing the brain’s capacity to heal itself; how parents can incorporate the nine steps into everyday life.

Parenting an Atypical Child


Rita Eichenstein, author of Not What I Expected.
Topic:
Help and hope for parents of atypical children.
Issues: Defining “atypical;” how the diagnosis of an atypical child affects the child and the parents; the emotional stages parents go through as they struggle to help their child; how to get help when you need it.

Parenting with a Story + Not What I Expected

Paul Smith, author of Parenting with a Story.
Topic:
Life lessons in character for parents and children to share.
Issues: Tell a young person what to do–play fair, be yourself, stick to the task at hand–and most will tune you out. But show them how choices and consequences play out in the real world, with real people, and the impact will be far more profound.


Rita Eichenstein, author of Not What I Expected.
Topic:
Help and hope for parents of atypical children.
Issues: Defining “atypical;” how the diagnosis of an atypical child affects the child and the parents; the emotional stages parents go through as they struggle to help their child; how to get help when you need it.

Balancing the Brains of Kids with Neurological Disorders

Robert Melillo, author of Disconnected Kids.
Topic:
Balancing the brains of kids with autism, ADHD, dyslexia, and other neurological disorders.
Issues: How the developing mind is wired; what causes left- and right-brain disconnect; identifying left- or right-brain deficiency; (re)training the brain through physical stimulation.