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"If your young child has autism or an autism spectrum disorder the absolute best thing you can do is be treated by Dr. Paparella and her team at UCLA. If you cannot make that happen then you must read every word of this book. More Than Hope will guide you and your child through a very practical and effective journey. You will see dramatic results." Dr. David Feinberg, MD, MBA, President University of California Los Angeles Health System, Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist, Los Angeles, USA **** "Dr. Tanya Paparella's guidance was absolutely instrumental in helping my child become diagnosis-free. Now Tanya's priceless expertise is available to all families in a content-rich, yet very accessible how-to book. What sets this book apart from the others is its exceptional clarity in communicating powerful information. Using this book, parents see that success is manageable! Now, as a parent-trainer myself, I recommend this book as the essential, indispensable guide for parents seeking help for their young child." Elizabeth Spalter Iino, MSW, LCSW, Parent and Clinical Social Worker, Vienna, Austria **** "Brandon's progress has exceeded even my highest expectations. It feels like, after an almost 3 year infancy Brandon has finally become a real little boy." Dr. Lori E. Holt, Ph.D., ABPP-CN, Parent and Assistant Clinical Professor, Department of Psychiatry, UCLA, USA **** "Eli's gains have astounded us. We will be forever grateful." Crystal Weinstein, Parent, Los Angeles, USA **** "More Than Hope is an intelligent and practical guide, loaded with compassion, which readers will find immensely and, more importantly, immediately useful. Dr. Paparella's advice focuses on empowering parents and caregivers of young children with autism with the hands-on skills necessary to positively contribute to their child's development, and the resulting book is a treasure. As a parent of a child on the autism spectrum, I wholeheartedly recommend it as a must read." Regina Salathe, Parent, Tokyo, Japan **** "Finally, a book filled with easy to read language and encouraging information for parents entering into the world of Autism Spectrum Disorders. Dr. Paparella's experience allows her to empathetically address the apprehensive parent's concerns and struggles as well as deliver the practical tools necessary to begin the journey into understanding and helping their child. This book is a must-have guide for parents and early childhood professionals alike." Heather Marenda, M.S., CCC-SLP, Speech and Language Pathologist, Los Angeles, USA **** "I would have loved something like this in my boys' early diagnosis stage before we went to ECPHP!" Sonia G., Parent, Los Angeles, USA **** "The methods described in this book not only explain how differently our kids process information, but how we can use different methods to reach them. I have used them, and anyone who knew my son a year ago, can see the difference." Aline N. Osime, Parent, Kigali, Rwanda **** "I was lucky enough to have worked with Dr. Tanya Paparella and her colleagues at UCLA who taught me almost everything I know about early intervention in children with ASD. Now parents and caregivers reading this book will have the benefit of Dr. Paparella's knowledge delivered in a clear, comprehensive, and tremendously supportive how to guide that explains what autism is and how parents can provide the essentials of early intervention every day. Of course I wish every parent of a child with ASD could be face to face with Tanya Paparella, but this book provides a terrific alternative. For every parent, the diagnosis of ASD is a journey and I highly recommend this book as your guide." Dr. Sarah Spence, MD, Ph.D., Pediatric Neurologist, Children's Hospital Boston, Assistant Professor, Harvard Medical School, USA **** "An invaluable resource for parents of a suspected or newly dia
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Dr. Tanya Paparella is a specialist in the field of autism with more than 20 years of intervention and research with children on the autism spectrum. She is currently an Associate Clinical Professor in the Division of Child Psychiatry at the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA), a licensed clinical psychologist, and since 2001 Director of UCLA's Early Childhood Partial Hospitalization Program (ECPHP) which is now an internationally recognized treatment program for young children with autism. Dr. Paparella holds separate master's degrees in Special Education and Counseling Psychology from Rutgers University, New Jersey, and a BA from the University of Cape Town where she majored in Psychology and French. She also holds a higher education teaching diploma from what is now the University of Johannesburg and prior to coming to the US was tenured faculty at the National School of the Arts, Johannesburg where she taught French. Other spoken languages include Italian and Afrikaans. Dr. Paparella's formative years in autism intervention were at the Douglas Developmental Disabilities Center at Rutgers University from 1990 to 1996, where she designed, implemented, and evaluated educational programs for children on the autism spectrum. Dr. Paparella received her Ph.D. in Educational Psychology from UCLA and completed a two-year National Institute of Mental Health postdoctoral fellowship in the UCLA Division of Child Psychiatry. Dr. Paparella oversees the daily activities of ECPHP staff and is actively involved in the comprehensive evaluation and treatment of children with autism from 18 months to four years of age. She works closely with parents to support and educate them in all aspects of their child's treatment. Dr. Paparella provides ongoing clinical instruction for students, interns, and M.D. fellows from different specialties. Her clinical and research interests relate to the effectiveness of early intervention - particularly with respect to predictors of outcomes for toddlers on the autism spectrum. UCLA faculty page: http://people.healthsciences.ucla.edu/institution/personnel?personnel_id=194264 Author page: http://www.facebook.com/TanyaPaparella Dr. Laurence Lavelle attended Princeton University and the University of Cape Town graduating with several degrees (Ph.D., M.A., M.Sc.(Dist.), B.Sc.(Hons.), B.Sc.). He has published widely, coauthored many educational books and materials, and received several research and teaching awards including UCLA's highest teaching award - The University Distinguished Teaching Award. UCLA faculty page: https://lavelle.chem.ucla.edu/ Author page: http://www.facebook.com/LaurenceLavelle
Book Features: Table of Contents, Illustrated, Appendix, Glossary, References, Resources.