The puzzling behavior of a two-year-old boy baffles his parents. Why would a child flap his hands, t respond to his name, and regress in his language skills? A specialist reveals the news-autism. Yet amid the heartache, the couple discovers a road to overcoming autism. A Life to Rescue relives the wonder of this child's deliverance providing a hope available to other young children with autism. ** The book appendix includes: therapy basics, hiring tips, scheduling, meetings, payroll, workshops, peer play, learning in a group/school, success and depression. I found it [A Life to Rescue] very readable and a valuable presentation of ABA (Applied Behavior Analysis). How anyone could read this mother's account and t be informed, impressed, and inspired by the method and the results gained with her son is totally beyond my imagination. I learned so much, and I've been working in the field of autism from over thirty-five years. Dr. Laurence A. Becker, Ph.D. What a great book! A fantastic reference for parents. A great tribute to all that ABA/Lovaas therapy can do. Crystal Burns Held, ABA Consultant. Website: www.aLifetoRescue.com ---- Karen Michelle Graham is a wife and mother of two children, a 22-year-old daughter, Jennifer, and a 17-year-old son, Jeremy. Karen received a Bachelor of Arts in Business Management, worked as a computer programmer for fourteen years, and is currently a writer and speaker. She has served as a Christian school board member, been president of her local Toastmasters club, and taught Women's Bible Study at her church.