Living Independently on the Autism Spectrum: What You Need to Know to Move into a Place of Your Own, Succeed at Work, Start a Relationship, Stay Safe, and Enjoy Life as an Adult on the Autism Spectrum
\An essential resource for people with autism. Soraya provides tools that enable people with autism to not only stay on their own path, but also feel proud of themselves for doing so.\" Scott Barry Kaufman, PhD, author of "Ungifted: Intelligence Redefined"
\"A great book filled with advice that's based on the life experience of adults on the autism spectrum. It's a good addition to any adult autism library.\" John Elder Robison, "New York Times" bestselling author of "Look Me in the Eye," "Raising Cubby," and "Be Different"
\"Being able to live a happy, safe, creative, and self-supporting life is the fondest hope for people on the spectrum. Lynne Soraya's book is a must-read for autistic people and those who love them.\" Steve Silberman, editor of "Wired" magazine and author of "NeuroTribes"
\"A practical, empathic guide for adults with ASD. This book is a must read for adults with ASD, their families, and those committed to educate, support, and mentor them.\" Sam Goldstein PhD, author of "Raising Resilient Children with ASD"
\"Lynne Soraya provides a comprehensive blueprint for building a life, from managing finances and housekeeping to navigating the complex social dynamics of love and friendship.\" Carlin Flora, author of "Friendfluence"
\"Lynne distills important advice into a readable and practical text that is anchored both by her own experience and by the voices of other autistic individuals.\" Landon Bryce, founder of ThAutcast.com and author of "I Love Being My Own Autistic Self"
\"Straightforward, inspiring, and packed with useful tips that will help adults who are on the autism spectrum to gain confidence and enjoy their lives.\" Alice Boyes, PhD, "Psychology Today blogger"
\"I would highly recommend this book to not only autistic adults but also to parents, teachers, therapists and human resource managers, as it provides the kind of insight into autism that only an autistic person can provide.\" Kym Grosso, MBA, "Psychology Today" blogg