• Positive Parenting for Autism Spectrum Disorder

  • Peaceful Parent Strategies to Help Your Child Overcome Challenges and Thrive. How to Stop Yelling and Love More Children with Autism and ADHD.
  • By: Janet Goodchild
  • Narrated by: Mary Johnson
  • Length: 3 hrs and 32 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Categories: Health & Wellness, Children's Health
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (96 ratings)
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Publisher's Summary

Are you familiar with positive parenting?

Do you want to learn effective ways to be more responsible parents?

Are you searching for a program of action for your child based on the proven strategies that have already helped children with autism with success?

If you've answered yes to at least one of those questions, then keep reading....

With positive parenting, you can raise your kids by focusing on support and encouragement to teach proper behavior instead of punishments or reprimands in response to their misbehavior. This kind of parenting is useful in building a healthier relationship between you and your kids.

This book will help you get around that, and provides you with step-by-step information in chapters that include:

  • The critical elements of positive parenting
  • How to combat autism symptoms, including obsessions, rigidity, and overstimulation
  • How to help your child grow up happy
  • Common discipline mistakes
  • How to connect with your toddler
  • How to create a program of action for your child based on the proven strategies that have already helped children with autism
  • Much, much more

Whether you are a first-time parent or not, this book delivers practical guidance that will empower parents to implement the techniques used by professionals to help their child with autism build essential social and life skills in an encouraging, affirming way.

Now it is your turn to take action.

Scroll up, buy now, and improve your parenting decision. 

©2020 Janet Goodchild (P)2020 Janet Goodchild

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This audible inspires me to continue

I love the examples! It is an extraordinary quality. The pages are thick so nothing goes onto different topics. Many thanks to the author for giving us such a beautiful book. This book is a scary eye-opener that is a necessary listen for anyone living in this world today. Lots of great information about Positive Parenting for Autism Spectrum.

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Excessive valuable data involved in this guide!!

Excessive valuable data involved in this guide. This audio book plays a very good and very effective book. I benefit by following this. Thanks to the author for sharing the knowledge. Thanks a lot author!

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A very simple and well-spoken this audible.

Great audio book. Listening it is very pleasant. It has interesting and useful content. I recommend it for anyone that has doubts about Positive Parenting for Autism Spectrum.

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This book gives me a better understanding way

This book is important, and both are very clear and straightforward. I am very much pleased to listen this book. The book is simple and easy to listen and understand. I really liked this book.


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This audible provides a great way of instruction

The wonderful thing about this book is that it is very easy to listen. After listen a couple of other books on Positive Parenting for Autism, I found this book to be the very best to use as a useful guide in making selection of Parenting .

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great content, bad reading

loved the content, but the robotic voice was painful to listen to. needs new voice

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I have no idea what this book was about. Within 5 minutes I couldn’t listen.

I’m a seasoned audiobook listener,,, over 200 books. Never had I made such a statement.

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I didn't recieve any helpful info. I expected more

This really didn't provide me with much help. I might have been expecting so much more. I should have look for reviews on Google first.

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the narrator is terrible and sounds like a robot. makes it really hard to follow. what a waste...

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Wish I had this when we first got a diagnosis!

Like other parents, upon receiving a diagnosis, I took a deep dive into different therapies and parenting strategies. I was getting lost in controversies and "experts" defending their practices. Everyone seemed to contradict and bash each other, yet say many of the same things. This book is a VERY well balanced take on all of them. It does a great job at respecting the child while explaining to parents what an autistic child is experiencing and why traditional parenting methods don't work. Yet it also gives a good framework for building a bridge with your child. The ADHD section flared my skepticism, but she explains the reasoning well.

The narrator is SUPER robotic, BUT I've found that books aimed at those in the the ASD and ADHD world tend to be that way. So I think it's intentional. Speeding it up a little helped!