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Patricia Bashe Romanowski
Senior Education Specialist At the Cody Center for Autism and Developmental Disabilities
Stony Brook University
Stony Brook University
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Patricia Romanowski Bashe
Patricia Romanowski Bashe, MSEd., BCBA, is first, the mother of a son w a certified special education teacher, early intervention provider, and Board Certified Behavior Analyst.
Currently senior education specialist at the Cody Center for Autism and Developmental Disabilities at Stony Brook University, she is also the coauthor of twenty-three books and four national bestsellers.
Her works range in topic from popular culture and celebrity autobiography to children's issues, parapsychology/bereavement, psychology, and self-help.
Before becoming a writer, she worked as an editor at Rolling Stone Press.
She lives in Baldwin, NY.
Autism Spectrum Quarterly
Patty Romanowski Bashe, M.S.Ed., BCBA
I Don't Have Asperger's!
Authors Patricia Bashe and Barbara Kirby are both parents of children with Asperger Syndrome.
and Barbara Kirby.
The Oasis Guide to Asperger Syndrome
Patricia Bashe and Barbara Kirby are both parents of children with Asperger Syndrome.
Bashe holds a master degree in Special Education and serves as director of the David Center, a non-profit organization in Long Island that helps families facing autism spectrum disorders.
Seven years ago, Bashe
and Kirby collaborated on a comprehensive guidebook for parents of children with Asperger Syndrome
and Kennedy conclude that while the diet seems to help some children and may be worth trying because it does no real harm, it probably will not produce dramatic results.
Of the hundreds of parents in the OASIS survey who tried the diet, very few saw noticeable improvements in their children.
The authors have no magic cure at this time for children with Asperger Syndrome; however, they remain optimistic and upbeat.
and Kirby's Guide manages to live up to its subtitle, which is to provide "Advice, Support, Insight and Inspiration" for parents of children with Asperger Syndrome
, Patricia Romanowski and Barbara Kirby.
University of Michigan Depression Center
Oasis Guide to Asperger Syndrome: Advice, Support, Insights, and Inspiration by Patricia Bashe, 2001