Decoding AUTISM –
A Custom Guide to YOUR Child’s Autism Management

Angela Bayne - Decoding Autism
Decoding AUTISM

Interview with
Angela Bayne
the Creator of:



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As a parent, you know your child best, so why not give others a chance to understand how to interact with your child and take precautions on limiting potential issues?
A Fantastic Tool for You
Decoding My Autism is a custom book about your child with Autism, that you can give as copies to teachers, coaches, or anyone who needs to be aware of anything unique about your child, and Autism. It also helps to insure the person you give the book to understand your child instead of using familiar or more commercialized attributes of Autism.


Create a Unique Book, Helping Your Child
We invite you to browse through our store and shop by creating a CUSTOM-MADE book unique to your child. This book will be something you can share with important people in your child’s life. Give copies to teachers, coaches, or anyone that you need to be aware of anything unique about your child, and Autism.

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How it Works:

Pick the Cover — We will have Spanish and English and other languages coming soon.
You pick the pages that matter to your child, so the book can be a reflection of the warning signs and unique abilities that can turn a peaceful afternoon into a meltdown zone.
Pay for the book and we will then put your custom book together and ship it out.

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Interview with Susan Louise Peterson –
author of: Questionable Autism

Susan_Peterson-Questionable Autism

Interview with

Susan Louise Peterson

Author of:

Questionable Autism


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You are the author of Questionable Autism and other books on mental and emotional development. But before we discuss your book, I was hoping you could tell us a bit about your career as an educator and school psychologist – and how you started to work with children that presented developmental challenges.Susan_Peterson

I’ve taken an incredible journey into the public schools and worked in the tough inner city public schools of Las Vegas, Nevada for twenty years as a teacher and later as a school psychologist. My experiences include teaching and assessing students in at-risk situations from preschool to high school.

My work has included making thousands of home visits in the inner city housing projects of Las Vegas and conducting hundreds of parent meetings to encourage parents to help their children succeed. When I first started teaching, I only briefly heard the word ‘autism’, but this soon changed. Later, my interests lead me to be a school psychologist at a school diagnostic center working with early childhood students displaying developmental delays and autism concerns.


Autism (especially with regard to potential causes, diagnoses and caregiving) is such a difficult challenge for affected families. Can you give us some background on autism as a diagnosed condition. The big question is: What is autism?

We know that autism presents differently in children and they do not all appear to look or act the same way. I once heard a teacher of children with autism say that her class greatly varied in skills and abilities and that she had to really vary her teaching style and strategies. In many cases of autism we know that it significantly impacts the child’s communication and socialization skills as well as a variety of behaviors (i.e. repetitive behaviors, restricted interests or responds to sensory issues or changing routines).


What are the generally acknowledged causes…if known?

I really have difficulty answering this question because almost everyday
I hear a new cause or possible cause for autism. I will say autism is being
researched by many professionals so it is interesting to see their different
points of view.


You have conducted over 1000 multi-team assessments on young children with possible autism and developmental delays. What major trends have you seen during your career?

I see a bunch of confusion about autism, especially for parents. Parents often confuse autism and general developmental delays in children. Professionals are also confused and sometimes disagree about autism from different training and experiences.


In your book Questionable Autism are you speaking more to parents or to the professional community that performs evaluations?

I think the book, Questionable Autism speaks equally to parents and professionals. It is written to open up discussions about autism and to ask some questions we could think about as we explore the many issues of autism.


What are some of the biggest challenges facing educators and medical professionals when diagnosing development challenges?

There are many challenges for professionals related to testing, screening and identifying children with autism. Many of these challenges are discussed in the book Questionable Autism with possible questions to reflect on these challenges.


What do you want readers to know most about autism?

I hope the readers of Questionable Autism will see that autism is not the easiest area to understand and that there are many questions that could be asked about autism eligibilities and general clarifications about autism.


What do you hope that readers will take away from your book?

I want the readers of Questionable Autism to understand that there are different philosophies about autism in different agencies, school districts and organizations. As well individuals, parents and professionals can have quite a range of opinions about the field or autism.


To further explore this topic….

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Free Book -Chaos to Calm: Discovering Solutions to the Everyday Problems of Living with Autism


Chaos to Calm: Discovering Solutions to the Everyday Problems of Living with Autism


FREE October 1 and 2.

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Here are some of the things Martha explains in this book:

How to observe your child
How to use positive reinforcement to shape simple behaviors
How to notice even tiny moments of desirable behavior
How to break behaviors into tiny pieces
How to add simple behaviors together to build complex behaviors
How to communicate to the child “Yes!” without using words
How to organize the child’s environment to maximize success
How to arrange the day’s activities for maximum success
How to stop tantrums, aggressive, destructive and self-injurious behaviors
How to teach the child to go to bed, stay there and sleep
How to manage and teach without force, threats or coercion



BestSeller Spotlight: The Forgotten Child
by Lorhainne Eckhart

How do you tell a man there is something wrong with his child?

The Forgotten Child,
An Amazon #1 Bestselling
Western Romance


Emily Nelson, a courageous young mother, ends a loveless bitter marriage and strikes out on her own. She answers an ad as a cook and live in caregiver to a three-year-old boy on a local ranch. Ranch owner Brad Friessen hires and moves in Emily and her daughter. But Emily soon discovers something’s seriously wrong with his boy. And the reclusive difficult man that hired her, can’t see the behavior and how delayed his son is. So Emily researches, until she stumbles across what she suspects is the soft signs of autism. Now she must tell him. Give him hope, and help him come to terms with this neurological disorder–to take the necessary steps to get his child the help he needs………


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