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Autism with HEART: A Guide for Parents with Newly Diagnosed Kids by Katherine Kanaaneh is a book for parents handling an autistic child at home. It will guide them on how to handle themselves when they are around the autistic child and will simplify their lives so they get more time for themselves. Moms of autistic children lead stressful lives and this book is for all those parents who feel overwhelmed with the demands of being parents of a special needs child. The tools and techniques to manage the stress will help them to manage the child and their homes in a better way.
The steps in the book, if followed properly, will help to simplify your life and give you more time for yourself. The H.E.A.R.T. Method suggested in the book will help you to gain control of your life so that you can help your family better. The author’s personal experiences and examples will reach out to readers and will help the parents of autistic children connect well with her words and find a sense of comfort in them. It also helps parents to focus on what exactly is needed, make their journey easier, and decrease their stress levels so that they and their family are happy. The author’s tips are simple and straightforward and it is a must-read for parents, counselors, caregivers, therapists, and educators who handle autistic children. The book is helpful and will strike a chord with all those who are working with autistic children.