Susan Walton was raised in Connecticut and has lived in California for many years. As a parent of three kids she was always interested in finding fun, but when her eldest was diagnosed with autism she became positively passionate about it. After starting a parent group to unite the community of special needs parents in her area, she began creating events both big and small. Opportunities for parent education were already available and even ubiquitous - but what the community really seemed to need was accessible and genuinely fun recreation. Finding both thrilling and quietly happy times has become a family adventure, one she hopes to share with many others.
Coloring Outside Autism's Lines: 50+ Activities, Adventures, and Celebrations for Families with Children with Autism
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“Coloring Outside Autism's Lines: 50+ Activities, Adventures, and Celebrations for Families with Children with Autism” (ISBN: 1402241208) is a book that celebrates family life by sharing workable ways to handle recreation without compromising everything to the difficulties presented by autism. It teaches parents of kids with autism to look outside of the ordinary and keep perspective in order to find a happy family life full of adventure.