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Sep072011

Challenging the Myths of Autism Book Launch

On August 23rd we celebrated the launch of my friend Jonathan Alderson's new book entitled Challenging the Myths of Autism, published by Harper Collins.

First hand, I witnessed the blood, sweat and tears that Jonathan poured into this game changing book that's based on his 20 years of supporting young children and their families with his proprietary Intensive Multi Treatment therapy program.

Already subject to tremendous reviews from peers in the industry, Jonathan has also enjoyed some very strong media coverage, with appearances on CBC radio morning and CTV's Canada AM.

Congrats once again to Jonathan - success could happen to a nicer fellow.  And if you know a family who's touched by this condition, be sure to pick them up a copy of this book!

 

 

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