Autism in the Family -- Describing Life on the Autistic Spectrum
Everyone is Welcome!!! Parents, Educators, Spouses, Autistics, and members of the public.
Autism in the Family has been a member of the Medicine Hat & District Chamber of Commerce since June 2011.
Business License for Presentations & Consulting with the City of Medicine Hat No. 185960
Tuesday, February 27th -- Meltdowns and Autism-- Diane and Peter will discuss what to do when having a meltdown and what to do when others are.
This Presentation is at 1:30pm to 2:30 pm
$10 per person, payable at event.
at Community Futures Entre-Corp -- 556 4th St. S.E.
Please register by phone or by email at 403-928-6638 or email@example.com
Autism in the Family is a small business, our presentations are designed to be interactive.
Tuesday, February 27th -- Meltdowns and Autism
Tuesday, March 20th -- Why Autistics Are All Different?
DIANE'S BOOKS ARE AVAILABLE !!!
"Congratulations Your Bipolar!" by Diane MacNaughton
Is one woman's story of being diagnosed bipolar and how she cope's with it by going to a support group in her area. In Mood Disorders she meets other people like herself and slowly finds that she is not alone. Although she lives on disability she is awarded several prominent volunteer awards in her city and is able to live a full and rewarding life.
Available at www.smashwords.com, www.kobo.com, www.bn.com, and iTunes.
"Autism in the Family -- A Journey" by Diane MacNaughton
this book tells the story about how Peter and then Diane were diagnosed on the ASD. How "Autism in the Family" started out as first a Respite business for Diane, how then she started to do presentations after she received the Humanitarian Civic Award for 2010 from Medicine Hat and discovered she could indeed talk in front of people. Then Peter join her in doing presentations. Their presentations are mainly advocacy and they enjoy doing it very much.
available on www.smashwords.com, www.kobo.com, www.bn.com, and www.itunes.com
"Getting Back My Sanity" by Diane MacNaughton
available on www.itunes.com, www.kobo.com, and www.bn.com
excerpt "As you can see in my story so far my autistic brain protected me from abuse and helped me to function. Also with the "Gift of Mental Illness" and the support groups I was able to leave an abusive husband. I think most people who hear about a woman in my situation you will feel sorry for me but my story is not over yet. I have more to tell. At the moment, I have left my husband of 19 years, have one child with me, and I am starting over. It will be a rough few years but everyone in town is telling me how well I look. I do look good because I have just left "Hell" and the only ways is "UP!!!"