Coach E on Autism

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“You have warmed my heart for life!” Pat Harvey, CBS News Anchor
“I got “such a deal” at Amazon and recently finished your wonderful book.  I couldn’t put it down!  Thank you for your lovingkindness, patience and for sharing your heart with us. Blessings and best wishes for you and yours as we count our blessings in this impermanent world…xox”

February was Jewish Disabilities Month. Here are what people said when Elaine Hall Visited Michigan:

A few comments from the parents and teachers:

  • “Wonderful speaker; dynamic and inspiring!

·         “It touched my Heart and soul. Thank You for making a Difference in our community”

·         “Excellent movie!”

  • “Thank you for a profound and moving experience”

A few comments from the Social Workers:

  • “Very engaging & warm, topic very relevant for parents & professionals “

·         “What a great movie with an amazing message!”

  • “Excellent”

Enjoy the trailer

“You have warmed my heart for life!” Pay Harvey, CBS News Anchor

Elaine,

I am not sure if you remember me… I met you right before the children’s performance at the Autism Society’s conference in Dallas… we talked about Autism the Musical and I wanted to share that we require it as a “text” in our autism certificate course work.. you gave me your book.

I just finished your book(instead of my lectures for next weekend- we teach our autism courses on Friday night and all day Saturday four times a semester). I am honored that you that I have read your journey.   Paula Kluth says that “good teachers  always read to their students” I have never read to my cohort of grad students in the autism certificate courses… this changes next weekend with your book, not sure where I will start and what I will read because this is the last class in the last course of their certificate work.  But I wanted you to know. Thank-you for all of your special gifts.

PS     I shared with our local  Autism Society Chapter how much I was enjoying your book.  Linell Weinberg, their Executive Director,  may be in contact with you to come and give a lecture/workshop.  She provides workshops for parents and professionals-  in part through a local family empowerment grant from a our board of Developmental Disabilities. I hope it works out that our paths cross again. Take care.

Anderia Trail Ryley, M.Ed.
School of Intervention Services
Bowling Green State University

You have warmed my heart for life!

Pat Harvey
KCAL/CBS2 News

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  • Agirlsplace

    Hello Elaine,
    Thank you for all you do with Autism! You are so inspirational…

    My little boy Hunter, age 9 was diagnosed at 3 – he is now mainstreamed in school and has come so far… He loves music, especially the crooners and performs in solo and ensemble singing here in Las Vegas. He performed for 300 people this week and says,”he would rather be onstage instead of off”!

    I would love for you to see some of his videos if you get a chance :)
    http://www.youtube.com/user/luxeshop

    Best wishes,
    Lisa (Hunter's proud mommy)