The first magazine devoted to Autism Parenting launches on Apples Newstand
The release of this magazine is significant as it’s the first of its kind devoted purely to parents. Written by parents for parents, it features the most important subjects such as special education, behavioral issues, and parenting techniques
The launch of the first dedicated Autism Parenting Magazine is designed to help parents with autistic children get the best information for their child.
While all parents can experience challenging behavior from their children, having a child with Autism can be extremely demanding. Approximately 1 in every 110 children has Autism and while significant, it does mean that parents don’t easily have other parents they can talk to about the issues they are experiencing. Many struggle to get the advice they need and have an ongoing battle to get the government services that they are entitled to.
The release of this magazine is significant as its the first of its kind devoted purely to parents. Written by parents for parents, it features the most important subjects such as special education, behavioral issues, mitigating meltdowns, sensory processing issues as well as autism in the news. The information is relevant for parents of children with Aspergers Syndrome, PDD-NOS and Kanners Autism.
Edited by Leslie Burby, who’s eldest daughter has Autism. Leslie brings with her many years experience working as a special educator, as well as authoring several books and being one of the primary writers for Asperger’s Test Site.
The magazine is released monthly with a subscription price of $2.99. By having the magazine released on Apples Newsstand it enables the automatic delivery of the magazine to devices like the iPad.
For the month of February there is currently a free one month trial for anyone that wants to try the magazine.
- Contact Information
- Mark Blakey
- Sales Manager
- Autism Parenting Magazine
- Contact via E-mail
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