I am F. Mike Campbell. I am a parent of a child with Autism and a Special Education. I have written a book about my experiences with Autism and what has worked for me and what has not worked. I have included some interventions that can be implemented. The book takes a look at school reform from the perspective of the Special Educator and a parent. IT is available on Amazon and is free to borrow on Kindle. I would love to get a national movement started that addresses issues for our children with ASD. ASD adults are the most unemployed people in this country. We are wasting a lot of talent. As parents we need to ensure all of our children get the best possible education they can receive. With the prospect of one in eighty eight children being diagnosed with ASD the matter will reach epidemic proportions as these children reach adulthood. The time is now to begin to resolve this issue. Please join me. F MIke Campbell M.S./Ed.S The link to my book:
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