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Turn Autism Around by Mary Lynch Barbera, Ph.D.
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Turn Autism Around

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Turn Autism Around by Mary Lynch Barbera, Ph.D.
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Mar 29, 2022 | ISBN 9781401965532

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“If your child has no words, few words, or is showing any kind of delays, Mary’s book will help, while also providing step-by-step instructions for potty training, feeding, tantrums, and more.”
— Temple Grandin, Ph.D., author of The Way I See It and other books

“It’s been amazing to watch Mary’s mission to turn autism around for millions. This book will be life-changing for many children and families around the world.”
— Jeff Walker, author of the #1 New York Times bestseller Launch

“As a professor of brain and cognitive science and the mother of twins born at 24 weeks, I deeply appreciate Dr. Barbera’s commitment to serving and empowering scared parents who are looking, not just for answers, but for a roadmap. Dr. Barbera takes parents out of the position of waiting on experts in a broken medical system and gives them the tools they need to begin helping their children now. Turn Autism Around is absolutely essential reading.”
— Dr. Susan Peirce ThompsonNew York Times best-selling author of Bright Line Eating

“Dr. Barbera’s book lays out a nice sequence of ‘what to do’ for a child with autism or signs of autism, presented by someone who really knows what to do. The timing of this book is perfect.”
— Mark L. Sundberg, Ph.D., BCBA-D, author of the VB-MAPP

“As a parent of a newly diagnosed toddler on the spectrum, I have to say that the advice and strategies in this book have been absolutely life-changing for our family. My 2-year-old daughter, Elena, is living proof that remarkable progress can be made in those precious months of ‘waiting’. This is a must-read for any parent who is concerned about developmental delays in their child.”
— Michelle C., parent of Elena (a toddler featured in the book)

“Mary Barbera has written the how-to, ‘action guide’ for parents concerned about their child’s development. Filled with personal anecdotes from her journey, Barbera provides practical, research-based ideas for navigating those first few years of an autism diagnosis and her recommendations will no doubt help families feel less alone and empower them to help their child.”
— Dr. Bridget Taylor, Psy.D., BCBA-D, co-founder and CEO of Alpine Learning Group

“When my daughter began displaying speech, behavior, and socialization difficulties before the age of 3, I didn’t know what to do. I knew something was going wrong with my child, and fortunately, I stumbled across a treatment that helped her. As it turns out, not waiting for a diagnosis was the best thing I could’ve done. That was lucky. But it shouldn’t be about luck. And now, it doesn’t have to be! This is the guidebook that I wish I’d had, and that so many parents desperately need.”
— Julie Ann Cairns, mom and author of The Abundance Code

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