The Ringmaster’s Tale: Autism, Asperger’s, Anarchy!: One woman’s remarkable journey from desperation to hope, successfully parenting four children on the autism spectrum

One woman’s remarkable journey from desperation to hope, successfully parenting four children on the autism spectrum. Hilarious, poignant and full of brilliant advice, her voice will inspire you to enjoy your life, whether it’s touched by autism or not.

Whether you’re new to the world of autism or have years of experience under your belt, this book is a unique and fascinating read. It provides a detailed guide to what autism is, and more importantly what it isn’t, as well as offering unique self-help strategies and practical advice that can genuinely lead to a better quality of life for you and your family.
Told in an easy, informal style, the book includes many highly relatable anecdotes that will make you laugh, move you to tears, and most importantly give you a true insight into just how much can be achieved when you adopt a positive approach to living with this complex and intriguing condition.
A book you’ll find hard to put down and impossible to forget.

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3 Responses to The Ringmaster’s Tale: Autism, Asperger’s, Anarchy!: One woman’s remarkable journey from desperation to hope, successfully parenting four children on the autism spectrum

  1. Andy Johnston says:

    A research report I once read concluded that the brain feeling good and pushing the facial muscles into a smile can … This is a brilliant book written in a sympathetic, understanding but lighthearted way. This brilliant author has five children with autism of various degrees so knows what she is talking about. It is helpful and full of ideas and had me thinking “now why didn’t I think of that”. I shall follow her progress with great interest, and the progress of her children. I am the grandmother of Grace an autistic girl of 11 going on 5, and a grandson aged 8 who is brainy beyond compare whose…

  2. Tracy says:

    A great read and immensely informative Vol.1 covers so much ground, it’s hard to see what could be left for Vol.2 and later! But can’t wait!.I’m privileged to know Helen W-I, as her daughter Isabelle is a friend and class-mate of my son. And let me say up front that Izzie is, in every sense of the word, a lovely person.Knowing Helen, I found that her informal writing style, so that the words are written as they would be spoken, which I know takes a lot of hard work, connects directly to my reading brain in…

  3. Anonymous says:

    This is a wonderful book on so many levels. It made me laugh and cry in equal measure. I read it as a counsellor and hypnotherapist with an interest in autism and it was a fascinating insight into day to day real life living with autism with all its highs and lows. I think it would definitely benefit autism parents, particularly those with a recent diagnosis, as there is so much good advice within. As well as being so inspirational. It wouldn’t hurt everyone else to read it too so that true…